About the Project

Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline project will provide natural gas to the pacific northwest and international markets. The Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline project is a proposed 232-mile, 36-inch diameter pipeline designed to transport up to 1 billion cubic feet 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 international markets.

Creating more than 4,600 New Construction Jobs

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March 11, 2016

Veresen Comments on FERC Decision to Deny Applications of Jordan Cove LNG and Pacific Connector.

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March 11, 2016

On March 11, 2016, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) denied Pacific Connector’s request for a certificate of public convenience and necessity to construct and operate an approximately 232-mile-long, 36-inch-diameter pipeline and Jordan Cove’s request for authorization to site, construct, and operate its LNG terminal in Coos Bay County, Oregon.

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