Ore. Breaks With FERC In $6.3B LNG Export Hub Review

Law360, New York (July 12, 2013, 6:06 PM EDT) -- Oregon state officials indicated on Thursday they might oppose Oregon LNG's latest plans for a controversial $6.3 billion liquefied natural gas export terminal at the mouth of the Columbia River, setting up a possible showdown over the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s conditional-approval process.

The Oregon Department of Energy and several other state agencies moved to intervene in the agency’s proceedings after Oregon LNG submitted an amended application on July 7 seeking approval for the import-export hub and an affiliated 87-mile pipeline, saying they would fight to...
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