Stopping the Pacific Connector Fracked Gas Pipeline
A massive fracked gas export pipeline is proposed for southern Oregon that would stretch 229 miles from Malin, Oregon to Coos Bay, Oregon. The Jordan Cove LNG (liquefied natural gas) Export Project is a proposal by Canadian energy corporation, Pembina, to ship fracked natural gas from Canada and the Rockies through southern Oregon to the coast to be shipped overseas.
The associated Pacific Connector Pipeline, also known as the “LNG Pipeline,” would impact more than 485 rivers, streams and wetlands including the Rogue, Klamath, and Umpqua rivers. Many of the 600 landowners who would be directly impacted by the pipeline will face eminent domain if they don’t give up their property for the pipeline route. Constructing the pipeline would require clear-cutting a 95-foot buffer through public lands impacting a region with significant fire and earthquake hazards.
Rogue Riverkeeper has been working to stop the Jordan Cove LNG Project since its inception in the mid-2000’s. With our coalition partners at Rogue Climate, we have helped bring this issue statewide and national attention. The Jordan Cove LNG Project is the only LNG export project proposed for the US west coast threatening our rivers, private property, tribal territories, public lands, communities, and climate.
We are determined to stop this project to protect the Rogue River, our communities, and our climate.
At Rogue Riverkeeper, we work to:
Lead a coalition to oppose the Pacific Connector pipeline & Jordan Cove LNG terminal;
Track and respond to state and federal permitting processes;
Read and disseminate thousands of pages of permit applications;
Write and submit technical comments about the impacts to the health of the Rogue and our communities;
Work with community members to demonstrate local opposition to the project.
Protect the Rogue and its fish from this harmful project.