Please view our fact sheets about the project:
Project Overview (PDF)
Liquefied Natural Gas Facts (PDF)
Pipeline Facts (PDF)
Regulatory Process (PDF)
Safety Design Features (PDF)
Vessel Transit (PDF)
Community Benefits (PDF)
Environmental & Cultural Resources (PDF)
Kentuck Mitigation (PDF)
Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline (PCGP) project will provide natural gas to the Pacific Northwest and international markets. The Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline project is a proposed approximately 229-mile, 36-inch diameter pipeline designed to transport up to 1.2 million dekatherms of natural gas per day from interconnects near Malin, Oregon, to the Jordan Cove LNG terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon, where the natural gas will be liquefied for transport to serve overseas markets, particularly those in the Pacific Rim.
Have questions or concerns about how the Pacific Connector Project will impact you? Get answers and information on our FAQ page.
September 22, 2017
Veresen Announces Filing of FERC Applications for Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline. Read more
May 1, 2017
Pembina and Veresen to Create Leading North American Energy Infrastructure Company. Read more
February 10, 2017
Jordan Cove LNG Approval for Pre-Filing Granted. Read more
December 15, 2016
Jordan Cove LNG Intends to Re-file with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Read more
December 13, 2016
Jordan Cove Announces Community Grant Awards in Southern Oregon. Read more.
December 9, 2016
Veresen Comments on FERC Decision to Deny Request for Rehearing of the Applications of Jordan Cove LNG and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline. Read more.
March 11, 2016
Veresen Comments on FERC Decision to Deny Applications of Jordan Cove LNG and Pacific Connector. Read more.