More Information on the Jordan Cove Proposed LNG Project The Pacific Connector 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 near Klamath Falls, where the Ruby pipeline ends). The pipe would be buried at least 30” … Continue reading LNG: More Information
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. The Jordan Cove Energy Project would require a 229-mile pipeline from Malin, Oregon to Coos Bay, culminating in a massive export terminal … Continue reading No Pacific Connector Pipeline or Jordan Cove LNG Terminal
Cascadia Wildlands opines on Jordan Cove proposal and prognosis. April 24, 2012:
FERC withdraws permits. The World News, April 17, 2012
September 23, 2011: Jordan Cove petitions the Department of Energy to change the proposed import terminal near Coos Bay, Oregon, to an export terminal. No longer do we have to fight the proposal to increase on our energy dependence on Russia. Instead, we have to fight the reckless methods of "fracking" for natural gas in … Continue reading Jordan Cove announces change from Import LNG Terminal to Export LNG Terminal.