- Associated Press - Monday, December 1, 2014

FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) - An energy company owned by the Navajo Nation has named an executive whose last project sparked conflict with Oregon tribes as its new CEO.

The Daily Times reports (https://bit.ly/1y0mHlu) that Clark A. Moseley has been chosen as CEO of Navajo Transitional Energy Co. LLC after a nationwide search.

The company said in a press release Thursday that Moseley has 40 years of experience in mining and energy development.

Moseley was the CEO of Morrow Pacific, a proposed coal export terminal in east Oregon that would facilitate shipments of coal down the Columbia River and to Asia.

Umatilla tribes argued the terminal’s dock would interfere with their fishing rights.

NTEC last year purchased the Navajo Mine in Farmington, which is the sole coal provider to the Four Corners Power Plant.

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Information from: The Daily Times, https://www.daily-times.com


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