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Many lives of Jordan Cove may have come to an end

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities, like cats, are known to have many lives. They also have a tendency to land on their feet after a fall. 75 more words

The Oregonian

With LNG dead, we need to pursue Plan B

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s final denial of Jordan Cove calls for a reply to a nagging question, often asked by anxious LNG boosters: “If not Jordan Cove, what else?” But it would hardly do, as County Commissioner John Sweet once told an incredulous audience, that: “There is no Plan B.” 13 more words


Jordan Cove announces plans to re-file application

Nearly a week after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied an appeal by the company behind the Jordan Cove Energy Project, that company announced its intent to re-file its application. 12 more words

The World

FERC rejects Jordan Cove appeal

The Klamath Tribes have praised a decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to deny a hearing for the Jordan Cove Pipeline that could have restarted the project.On Friday, FERC issued an order denying a re-hearing of its March 11 decision to reject an application for the pipeline, which would carry liquefied natural gas 234 miles from Malin to Coos Bay. 9 more words

Klamath Falls Herald & News

Our View: LNG ruling should be the last straw 

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s announcement that it will not reconsider its denial of a natural gas pipeline through Oregon should spell the end of that on-again, off-again project, although the company that requested the rehearing can still go to court – or start the whole process over again. 41 more words


FERC denies Jordan Cove re-hearing

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday announced that it would not consider a re-hearing of its March 11 decision to deny a permission to build a a 234-mile-long interstate liquefied natural gas pipeline that would end in an export terminal in Jordan Cove. 10 more words

The World

Utility seeks to negate fish passage law;

Federal authorities should negate an Oregon law requiring fish passage as part of relicensing for a hydroelectric project on the Snake River where it forms the border between Idaho and Oregon, a utility company says. 35 more words

Bend Bulletin