The good news just keeps on coming! Jordan Cove filed its applications with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the Jordan Cove LNG export facility and the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline. This kicks off FERC’s review of the latest proposal and tees up Boosters to learn about project improvements so we can start writing letters of support to our elected officials, the agencies and the media.
“Completing the pre-filing phase and submitting the formal applications to FERC is a major milestone for the projects,” said Don Althoff, President and CEO of Veresen. “Our significant efforts to optimize the design to minimize its environmental footprint and accommodate landowner requests, as well as the support of our world-class LNG buyers, should result in the receipt of the positive regulatory decisions required to build Jordan Cove. We look forward to continuing our work with the local community, Tribal leaders and FERC, as well as other federal and state agencies to advance Joran Cove.”
To read the full announcement, click HERE.
FERC has assigned new docket numbers: PCGP Docket No.17-494 and JCEP Docket No.17-495.
Please call, write or email your elected representatives and tell them you support Jordan Cove!
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Thank you for all you do,
Boost Southern Oregon, Chair
Southern Oregon Boosters believe it’s time to put us back on the path of self-reliance. That is why we support:
- The Jordan Cove LNG project located on the North Spit of lower Coos Bay, Oregon. The project will process, liquefy, and transfer natural gas to maritime vessels for export worldwide.
- The 234-mile Pacific Connector Pipeline to deliver natural gas to the facility from across the western US and Canada.
We will work with Boosters to convey your support for the Jordan Cove LNG project to the Oregon Congressional delegation and other key policy-makers in Oregon and Washington, DC. Boosters will receive project updates and alerts about opportunities to engage members of the Congressional delegation.