An industrial hauler at the heart of Idaho's "megaload" controversy is now looking to move massive equipment loads through Eastern Oregon.
Every year, vessels carry more than [15 billion](http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/spills/studies_reports/ecypspreview-dwhcommissionreport.html "") of gallons of oil and fuel through Pacific Northwest waters, putting Washington and Oregon at constant risk of spills that could cripple parts of their economies and devastate marine life and environmentally sensitive shorelines.
Colonel Anthony Wright is finishing up at his post as Seattle District Commander of the Army Corps of Engineers. He’s steered the Northwest through major flooding events and millions of dollars in military construction projects. But he’s leaving behind one unfinished piece of business. The Corps is in possession of a report detailing the risk of an oil spill in Washington waters. And some say it’s high time that report was made public.