Klamath Basin Tribes Oppose the Jordan Cove Energy Project
Jordan Cove Energy Project
UPDATE! Feds finalize denial of Jordan Cove LNG project:
The Jordan Cove Energy Project is a proposal by Calgary-based energy company Veresen to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal at the International Port of Coos Bay, Oregon. The natural gas would be transported to the terminal by the 230-mile Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, connecting the LNG export terminal with natural gas supplies from Canada and the Rockies.
Allies: Sierra Club, Rogue Riverkeeper, Friends of Living Oregon Waters, Citizens Against LNG and Landowners United.
Corporate Interest: Jordan Cove LNG is owned by Veresen and the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline is equally owned by Veresen and a subsidiary of The Williams Companies, Inc.
Tribes: Klamath, Modoc, Yahooskin, Hoopa, Yurok