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Jordan Cove LNG
Proposed Terminal and Pipeline
Jordan Cove Energy Project proposes a receiving terminal for liquefied natural gas on a 170-acre parcel of the Port of Coos Bay, near the city of North Bend, about five miles up Coos Bay from the Pacific Ocean. The facility design calls for a peak send-out capacity of 1 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas. For more information on the proposed terminal, see the Jordan Cove website.
 
Subsidiaries of the Williams Companies, Inc, Pacific Gas & Electric Corporation and Fort Chicago Energy Partners L.P. are proposing the Pacific Connector Pipeline, a 231-mile natural gas pipeline that would link the Jordan Cove terminal with PG&E's interstate pipeline. The proposed pipeline would terminate in Malin, Oregon. For more information, see the Pacific Connector Pipeline website.
 

Federal Permit Activity
The Jordan Cove LNG terminal and the Pacific Connector Pipeline are in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) pre-filing process. To view documents that have been filed with FERC, visit the  FERC website and enter the following docket numbers on the search page.
  • Jordan Cove LNG terminal: docket number PF06-25
  • Pacific Connector Pipeline: docket number PF06-26
 

State and Local Activity
In addition to the proposed Jordan Cove LNG terminal and Pacific Connector Pipeline projects, the Port of Coos Bay proposes to partner with the Jordan Cove Energy Project to construct a two-berth waterway adjacent to the lower Coos Bay deep-draft navigation channel to accommodate a single LNG tanker berth and provide a second single berth for a multi-purpose cargo facility. For more information, visit the Port of Coos Bay's Oregon Gateway website.

Links
Jordan Cove website
 
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Review Process
 
U.S. Coast Guard Bradwood Landing homeport