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Voters Reject Local Oregon Anti-LNG Project Ballot Measure

A local ballot measure in Coos County, OR, intended to block a long-proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) project was rejected on Tuesday by voters amidst heavy spending by project backers and concerns that the "sustainable energy" measure was unconstitutional. More than 75% of the votes cast were against the proposal.

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Lack of FERC Quorum Not Hurting Jordan Cove LNG Project, Veresen CEO Says

While touting an enhanced ability to complete large-scale projects like the multi-billion-dollar Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal and connecting pipeline with the friendly merger now pending with Pembina Pipeline Corp., Calgary-based Veresen Inc. officials said they are not concerned that the lack of a quorum at FERC will hurt the project’s pending rehearing filing.

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Jordan Cove LNG Project 'Long-Term Option' For Veresen, CEO Says

The stalled multi-billion-dollar Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal and connecting 232-mile Pacific Connector transmission pipeline in Oregon is still a long-term option for Calgary-based Veresen Inc., but it won't move ahead unless the proposed 1 Bcf/d capacity facility is fully contracted, the CEO said Wednesday during an earnings conference call.

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Jordan Cove LNG Project Plans to Re-Apply at FERC

Within a week of being denied a rehearing, the Canadian-based backers of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project on the south-central coast of Oregon said they will re-apply at FERC for the $7.5 billion export facility and connecting gas pipeline project that bids to be the first U.S. West Coast LNG export facility. Read More

Local Opposition Dogging Jordan Cove LNG Project

A coalition of activist groups, citing parallels to the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline project, is urging Oregon officials to reject the proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export terminal and the 232-mile Pacific Connector gas pipeline. Read More