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March 20, 2020

US panel approves pipeline, natural gas terminal in Oregon

  • Jordan Cove would be capable of liquefying up to 1.04 billion cubic feet of natural gas a day for export to global markets.
  • By ANDREW SELSKY
    Associated Press

    SALEM, Ore. — A U.S. regulatory agency on Thursday approved a controversial natural gas pipeline and marine export terminal project in Oregon, with one member saying the environmental impacts are acceptable considering the public benefits that will be provided by the project.

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in Washington voted 2-1 in favor of the terminal. Commission Chairman Neil Chatterjee said it is now up to Pembina, the Canadian energy company behind the Jordan Cove project, to obtain all the necessary permits.


     
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