Stop the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and fracked gas pipeline

Stop the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and fracked gas pipeline

A Canadian fossil fuel corporation, Pembina, wants to build the Jordan Cove Energy Project to export fracked liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Canada and the Rockies through southern Oregon to Coos Bay and then to Asia. This would require the 229-mile Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline across private and public land, creating a permanentclearcut through southwest Oregon’s forests, farms and rivers.

The pipeline would terminate in an export facility in southern Oregon on the North Spit in the Port of Coos Bay. This facility would be located in the tsunami hazard zone, placing thousands of people in the hazardous ...

A Canadian fossil fuel corporation, Pembina, wants to build the Jordan Cove Energy Project to export fracked liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Canada and the Rockies through southern Oregon to Coos Bay and then to Asia. This would require the 229-mile Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline across private and public land, creating a permanentclearcut through southwest Oregon’s forests, farms and rivers.

The pipeline would terminate in an export facility in southern Oregon on the North Spit in the Port of Coos Bay. This facility would be located in the tsunami hazard zone, placing thousands of people in the hazardous burn zone in the case of an accident. This project would pollute more than 400 waterways and harm salmon, impact hundreds of landowners, threaten tribal territories and burial grounds, raise energy prices, and create the largest source of climate pollution in Oregon.

The project faces opposition from a broad coalition that includes Tribal members, landowners, commercial fishermen and crabbers, health professionals, climate action and water quality advocates, and more. The State of Oregon has denied multiple permits for the project because Jordan Cove LNG does not comply with the regulations that protect our clean water, coastal resources, and communities.

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Stand With Oregon Landowners In the Face of Pipeline Property Seizure

After two back to back wins against the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and fracked gas pipeline, landowners along the pipeline route are still faced with the threat of eminent domain and the seizure of their property for a project that has no permission to move forward. Join us in calling on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to revisit their outdated pipeline policy and ensure that landowners are protected ...

After two back to back wins against the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and fracked gas pipeline, landowners along the pipeline route are still faced with the threat of eminent domain and the seizure of their property for a project that has no permission to move forward. Join us in calling on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to revisit their outdated pipeline policy and ensure that landowners are protected from eminent domain, and to include considerations of the impacts of climate change in their decision-making process regarding whether a project is in the public benefit.

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