Ore. Halts Plans For LNG Plant

Law360, New York (January 29, 2009, 12:00 AM EST) -- Plans for a liquefied natural gas terminal in Oregon have hit a stumbling block, as a board of appeals Tuesday backed environmental groups and ordered the county commission responsible for permitting the project to review its decision.

While the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals denied the majority of the objections to the Bradwood Landing terminal planned for the Columbia River, two challenges to the Clatsop County Commission’s endorsement of the plan prevailed.

The appeals board sustained two of the 23 challenges raised by the group...
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