Opponents of the proposed Pacific Connector natural gas pipeline asked the Douglas County Board of Commissioners Wednesday to schedule public hearings on the project.
More than 100 curious community members, union representatives and concerned landowners came to the Jordan Cove open house Wednesday at Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville.
ASHLAND — Teenagers wearing hats protesting a proposed liquid natural gas pipeline filed into their high school gym in Ashland Thursday morning to join a crowd of 2,700 people at U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden’s town hall gathering.
About 100 protesters greeted members of the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce as they made their way to the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Monday for their monthly membership meeting and to hear an update on the Pacific Connector Gas pipeline project.
The proposed Pacific Connector pipeline may have been rejected twice, but the developers appear not to be giving up. Last week, they filed a document called a “Request for Approval of Pre-Filing Review” with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission — the agency that turned the project down Dec. 9.
Two foam display boards outlining the Douglas County general fund and timber revenues were on display at the Douglas County commissioners meeting Wednesday.
Jordan Cove LNG announced this morning that it plans to file a new application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied the Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline’s request for a rehearing Friday. This came nine months after the commission denied the companies’ applications to construct a liquefied natural gas pipeline and export terminal …