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Conneaut Port is in Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States.
Dock 3 is used for outgoing coal and energy products.
The terminal is situated at Conneaut, Ohio on the south shore of Lake Erie.
Conneaut Port is owned and operated by the Pittsburgh and Conneaut Dock Company (P&C Dock) of Canadian National Railroad. Use of the dock has slowed with the decline of the steel industry. According to US Coal Exports, the port has a coal-handling capacity of 9 million short tons per year (approximately 8.17 million metric tonnes).
Port Infrastructure Progam
The city of Conneaut has embarked on a multi-year plan to revitalize the waterfront area, with hopes to increase the port's economic utility. In 2020, the city received a US$19.5 million U.S. Department of Transportation grant to aid the redevelopment initiative, formally called the Port Infrastructure Program.
- "Conneaut Looks to Port, Biomass Projects for Jobs," Business Journal, June 24, 2013.
- Existing and Potential Coal Export Infrastructure US Coal Exports, Accessed December 2021
- "City of Conneaut 2017 Comprehensive Plan Update" City of Conneaut, January 22, 2018.
- Douglas Clark "U.S. Transportation Department funds aid Ohio port project" Transportation Today, October 14, 2020.