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Jordan Cove project is DENIED

On March 11, 2016, FERC denied the Jordan Cove LNG project

Feds reject Jordan Cove LNG terminal

On Friday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied applications from two Delaware companies, to site the massive Jordan Cove Energy Project in the Southern Oregon coastal town.

U.S. Rejects Multibillion-Dollar Jordan Cove Gas Export Plan

U.S. regulators rejected Veresen Inc.’s multibillion-dollar proposal to build a terminal in Oregon that would export as many as two tankers of natural gas a week. They also denied its plan to build a pipeline with Williams Partners LP to supply gas to the terminal.

FERC rejects Jordan Cove LNG project; opponents rejoice

COOS BAY — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has denied Jordan Cove Energy Project's permit to operate a pipeline to carry natural gas through southwestern Oregon to a terminal on the Oregon Coast.The pipeline and terminal were the central pieces of a controversial project to run the natural gas line from Malin to Coos Bay, where it would be processed at the terminal and the resulting liquefied natural gas exported by ship.The 25-page ruling issued Friday said the project would

FERC issues decision to deny Jordan Cove permit

COOS BAY — In a surprising decision, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has denied Jordan Cove Energy Project's permit to operate a liquefied natural gas terminal.

Federal regulators reject LNG project near Coos Bay

Read Federal regulators reject LNG project near Coos Bay from The Daily Astorian

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Grand Junction - A federal commission on Friday denied an Oregon pipeline and liquefied natural gas export project, in a blow that reverberates all the way

LNG Project Denied

The Western Environmental Law Center reports that conservation groups that have been battling the Jordan Cove Energy Project, a liquefied natural gas pipeline and terminal had a major win on Friday, March 11.

Feds deny permit for pipeline, liquefied gas port in Coos Bay

COOS BAY — Federal regulators denied permits Friday for a liquefied natural gas terminal in the southern Oregon coastal town of Coos Bay. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued the 25-page ruling, saying the Jordan Cove Energy Project would hurt landowners, The World newspaper reported. The ruling also said there’s little evidence to support the need for a pipeline and not enough evidence of a public benefit. The 230-mile pipeline route from the farming town

Federal regulators kill proposed Coos Bay Jordan Cove gas line and terminal

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission declined Friday to issue permits for the construction of the Jordan Cove Liquefied Natural Gas terminal on Coos Bay. The proposed terminal would have been the first LNG port on the West Coast. It would have linked to existing pipelines by construction of the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline across southwestern Oregon.

U.S. regulator rejects Jordan Cove LNG plant in 'shocking' decision

An Oregon LNG export terminal and feeder pipeline proposed by a Calgary company has been rejected by the U.S. energy regulator because it failed to line up customers to demonstrate need.