LNG: Background and History


Background and History of the LNG Pipeline Project Go back to recent info on the: Proposed Jordan Cove Fracked Gas Pipeline and Export Terminal Timeline March 11, 2016: The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) denied the LNG pipeline proposal in an unprecedented decision. FERC found that the Canadian developer Veresen and pipeline company Williams did … Continue reading LNG: Background and History

Join Us for a Rally Against the Fracked Gas Pipeline – January 15, 2019


Cascadia Wildlands is teaming up with 13 other organizations to coordinate a rally in opposition of the Jordan Cove Energy Project.  If built, this LNG/Fracked Gas Pipeline and Export Facility would harm nearly 500 waterways (100,000+ public drinking water), seize property from private landowners through eminent domain, create major safety and public health hazards, impact … Continue reading Join Us for a Rally Against the Fracked Gas Pipeline – January 15, 2019

Combating Climate Change


Climate change is currently the greatest and most formidable threat that we face as a planet. The science supporting climate change is conclusive and repeatedly borne out by myriad weather anomalies and arctic ice patterns, as well as biological phenomenon such as altered timing of migrations and species’ distributions. Cascadia Wildlands recognizes the immediate need to take … Continue reading Combating Climate Change

No Pacific Connector Pipeline or Jordan Cove LNG Terminal


The Jordan Cove Energy Project is a plan by Pembina, a Canadian energy company, to export fracked liquified natural gas (LNG) from Canada and the Rockies to Asia using Oregon as a right-of-way. Fracked gas is a highly unstable fossil fuel known for polluting waterways and leaking methane in its extraction, transportation and liquefaction process.  … Continue reading No Pacific Connector Pipeline or Jordan Cove LNG Terminal