Oregon LNG Asks FERC To Approve Terminal Project

Law360, Washington (June 12, 2013, 4:01 PM EDT) -- Oregon LNG on Monday asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to approve a $6.3 billion liquefied natural gas terminal at the mouth of the Columbia River that could facilitate natural gas imports and exports, a move that may thwart local efforts to nix a proposed pipeline attached to the project.

Oregon LNG, a subsidiary of Oregon Pipeline Co. LLC, plans to construct a bidirectional LNG terminal in Warrenton, Ore., which would connect to existing facilities, enabling it to accept and export LNG shipments from Canada. According...
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