For more than 14 years, southern Oregon communities have been fighting a proposal from a Canadian energy company to build a 229-mile Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline and the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal, collectively called “Jordan Cove”. If approved, the pipeline and terminal would require the use of eminent domain to build across private property, be the largest climate polluter in the state, and pipeline and terminal construction would threaten Oregon rivers, streams and the Coos Bay estuary.
What can you do?
Write comments to let FERC know why you are concerned about the Jordan Cove project and Pacific Connector pipeline and how you would be impacted by the project.
Read the NEC’s LNG Opposition Letter 20190522.