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 The Pacific Connector Pipeline The pipeline would be a 3-foot tube carrying unodorized gas at up to 1,480 pounds per square inch, beginning at from Malin, Oregon (at the California border … 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

Putting Fracked Gas Infrastructure on Kate Brown’s Agenda


The third resurrection of the zombie pipeline is upon us. Like the premise for an 80s horror film, the Jordan Cove Energy Project proposal slated for southwest Oregon makes little sense, yet it just won’t seem to be forgotten.   First proposed in 2004, the 232-mile Pacific Connector LNG pipeline and accompanying Jordan Cove liquified … Continue reading Putting Fracked Gas Infrastructure on Kate Brown’s Agenda

No Pacific Connector Pipeline or Jordan Cove LNG Terminal


(Rally at the state capitol. Photo by Cascadia Wildlands.) The Public Comment period for the Department of State Lands removal fill permit closes at 5pm on February 3rd. Tell the Department of State Lands to deny the removal-fill permit here!  The Jordan Cove Energy Project is a plan by Pembina, a Canadian energy company, to … Continue reading No Pacific Connector Pipeline or Jordan Cove LNG Terminal