Opposition Groups Respond To LNG Ruling
Gas in, gas out, application made, application withdrawn... you can be forgiven if you've missed a few of the twist and turns in the saga of the Jordan Cove LNG project.
As most recently proposed, Jordan Cove would be a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal on the Oregon Coast, with a 230-mile pipeline running to it from the Klamath Basin.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC, pushed off a decision on its fate on February 20th, a process watched closely by LNG opponents Rogue Riverkeeper and Rogue Climate. Stacey Detweiler and Allie Rosenbluth from those groups join us with reactions to FERC's decision process.