Review Process Extended For $6B Oregon LNG Project

Law360, New York (January 2, 2014, 2:40 PM EST) -- Natural gas company Oregon LNG and state regulators on Monday said they've agreed to a three-month stay of the application process for a $6 billion natural gas terminal and pipeline that is expected to boost the state's economy and create hundreds of permanent jobs.

The stay gives Oregon LNG until April 3 to ensure that its Coastal Zone Management Act application contains necessary data and information for the state to make a consistency determination on the project. The roughly $6.3 billion project is expected to result...
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