Blow for Oregon's export hopes

The last remaining planned LNG export plant on the US West coast was dealt another blow by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), potentially delaying the project even further. Pembina’s 2-train, 7.8m t/y Jordan Cove Energy Project, located on the North Spit of Coos Bay in Oregon, planned for 2025, has been on the table for an age it seems. It was originally authorized as a proposal for an import terminal in 2009, but in December 2011 plans for the project switched to an export plant as the US performed an LNG about-turn. With its associated Pacific Connector pipeline transporting natural gas from the Malin Hub to the export plant, it is ideally placed to reduce future shipping ti

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