The proposed Oregon LNG project includes a bidirectional liquefied natural gas terminal located in Warrenton and an associated 86-mile natural gas pipeline to be routed through Clatsop, Tillamook, and Columbia counties in Oregon, continuing into Washington State. The proposed LNG terminal would be located on the northern portion of the East Bank Skipanon Peninsula near the confluence of the Skipanon and Columbia Rivers in Warrenton.
Oregon LNG has applied for air and water quality permits to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas shipping and receiving terminal. The terminal will have the capacity to produce nine million metric tons of LNG per year, which is equivalent to the liquefaction of approximately 1.25 billion cubic feet per day of pretreated natural gas. The proposed project also will include project approximately 121 miles of new pipeline. The first phase of this proposed project is the construction of the terminal.
DEQ received an application for stormwater construction general permit coverage for the proposed pipeline. DEQ determined the application to be incomplete, lacking the necessary land use findings required by DEQ rule. DEQ requires applicable land use findings for the entire project impact area prior to review of pipeline related applications.
The company also must get other approvals for this proposed project from several state and federal agencies.
In late January, DEQ held information meetings in Warrenton and Vernonia on a 401 water quality certification. DEQ has begun its review of the application and will use the information received through public comments and questions to inform the review.
The comment period for the proposed Oregon LNG terminal and pipeline application for 401 water quality certification ended on Feb. 16.
Application materials are available for public review at the DEQ Northwest Region office, 2020 SW 4th Ave., Portland, OR 97201
Construction stormwater permit application (pipeline)
DEQ received an application for stormwater construction general permit coverage for the proposed pipeline. DEQ determined the application to be incomplete, lacking the necessary land use findings required by DEQ rule.
, North Coast Regional Solutions Team, Tillamook, OR, 971-212-5745.