This photo taken at the Jordan Cove Energy Project’s Open House on Tuesday, March 27th, pretty much says it all. The proposed Jordan Cove Energy Project will not end up being a benefit to our community. Detrimental impacts and ramifications of the project far outweigh its benefits. Not only are hundreds of landowners at risk of losing their property […]
Total Insanity = Building an LNG import-export terminal on dredging spoils located on a sand spit (an unstable sand dune area) directly across the bay from an airport runway, in the flight path of the runway, in an extreme tsunami inundation zone, in an earthquake subduction zone, in an area known for high winds and ship disasters, less than a mile from […]
NOTICE OF JORDAN COVE LNG EXPORT ONSITE ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW – On March 27, 2012, the Office of Energy Projects staff will be in Coos County, Oregon to gather data for the environmental analysis of the proposed Jordan Cove Liquefaction Project. Staff will examine the proposed liquefied natural gas terminal site. This will assist […]
On March 13, 2012, Coos County Commissioners approved the (LUBA Remanded) Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline land use permit and deferred the Olympia oyster issue and process in Haynes Inlet to the Army Corps, DEQ and DSL with oversight from the Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife. Opponents have a 21 day time frame to appeal the decision. For Arial Map Click – Pacific Connector […]
Citizens Protest on Coos Bay Boardwalk – We are concerned citizens of the South Coast of Oregon who oppose the proposed Jordan Cove LNG (liquefied natural gas) Terminal in our area and the 234 mile, 36 inch interstate Pacific Connector gas pipeline to the California border.