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Energy Facilities Under Federal Jurisdiction

​The Oregon Department of Energy’s Siting Division takes an active interest in projects which fall outside the jurisdiction of the Energy Facility Siting Council.

Proposed energy generation projects (with the exception of hydropower) or infrastructure projects that have triggered analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act are monitored by the division to ensure the best interests of the state of Oregon are considered. In some cases, the Oregon Department of Energy and other state agencies comment on these projects through the NEPA process.

These particular projects are listed below.

For a general overview of liquefied natural gas projects in Oregon, please go here.

 

FACILITY NAME
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
LINKS
​Boardman to Hemingway ​298-mile, 500 kv transmission line ​Morrow, Umatilla, Union, Baker, Malheur, Owyhee (Idaho) counties

ODOE project page
Developer's website

BPA: I-5 Corridor Reinforcement Project 
500 kv transmission line
Multnomah County
BPA: Pacific Direct Current Intertie
Improvements to the Celilo Substation
Wasco County
Carty Lateral Pipeline
Export terminal; 25-mile, 20-inch natural gas pipeline
Morrow County
Crump Geyser
Proposed 30 MW geothermal facility
Lake County
Jordan Cove LNG/Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline
Export terminal; 234-mile, 36-inch natural gas pipeline
Coos, Klamath, Jackson, and Josephine counties
Lime Wind
Family-owned 3-MW, 6-turbine wind farm on BLM land
Baker County 
 
Neal Hot Springs
23 MW binary cycle geothermal power plant, sitting on 9.6 miles of surface and mineral rights leased from BLM
Malheur County
Oregon LNG/Oregon Pipeline
“Bi-directional” terminal; 85-mile, 36-inch pipeline
Clatsop, Tillamook and Columbia counties
West Butte Wind
104-MW, 52-turbine facility located on private land. A portion of the transmission line and access road crosses BLM land
Deschutes, Crook counties

 
​To review projects in any state being tracked by ETRANS, the Federal Permitting Transmission Tracking System, go to: http://trackingsystem.nisc-llc.com/etrans/utility/Search.seam