Jordan Cove LNG

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) voted 2-1 Thursday to approve the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas project in Oregon, but it still has some barriers in its way. KDNK’s Lucas Turner has more.

Jordan Cove LNG Project Still Not Approval-Ready

Feb 4, 2020
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The Jordan Cove Energy Project has undergone permit approvals and denials lately. The project plans to export western US natural gas to Asian markets but has not yet been approved by the state of Oregon or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh spoke to Paonia activist Pete Kolbenschlag for an update.

Garco Commissioners Support Jordan Cove

Jul 3, 2019
Julie Albrecht

Garfield County Commissioners have not backed down on their support for the proposed Jordan Cove Liquified Natural Gas Plant in Coos Bay, Oregon. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more.

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Oregon activist Alex Budd was on the West Slope in mid-September as part of a tour that he and North Fork Valley organizer Pete Kolbenschalg put together to connect western Colorado and southern Oregon communities. These communities are on both ends of the proposed Jordan Cove Liquid Natural Gas pland in Coos Bay, OR and the Pacific Connector pippeline. Alex talks about the project, the impacts, and why he wants CO and OR residents to unite.