Jordan Cove

Jordan Cove, Pacific Connector Pipeline Project Stalled

Feb 25, 2019

The Jordan Cove/Pacific Connector Pipeline Project, which would ship natural gas from Colorado and Canada to a liquifaction plant in Coos Bay, Oregon, has been mired in the permit process for more than a decade. It was dealt another blow recently by a Circuit Court Judge. Amy Hadden Marsh has an update.

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Oregon activists were in western Colorado last week protesting the proposed Jordan Cove Liquid Natural Gas plant and Pacific Connector pipeline. But, what does western Colorado have to do with a project in Oregon? KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.

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Discussions at a House Natural Resources Field Hearing in Grand Junction this month focused on boosting the market for natural gas from the Piceance Basin with the Jordan Cove Energy Project. Congressmen from Utah and Colorado at the hearing claim Piceance natural gas can be developed responsibly. But, protestors outside the hearing said politicians and the natural gas industry are selling out public health and western Colorado’s iconic natural beauty. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this report. You can read more about the Jordan Cove Energy Project controversy by clicking here.

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North Fork Valley activist Peter Kolbenschlag and others held a People’s Press Conference outside a House Natural Resources Field Hearing in Grand Junction Friday, calling on Colorado and Utah Congressmen Scott Tipton and Rob Bishop to protect public health and safety instead of oil and gas industry interests. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this audio postcard.

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