The State of Oregon can stop Jordan Cove LNG & the Pacific Connector pipeline. Here's how.

Oregon's Governor Kate Brown recently told CSPAN that the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and the Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline proposed in southern Oregon was just a “federal decision.” However, Governor Brown and the state of Oregon do have the authority to stop this project for good, despite what the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) may do under Trump.

In fact, Oregon has denied an LNG terminal once before, despite FERC granting an approval.

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New Report Details Climate Impacts of Jordan Cove

New Report Provides First Comprehensive Scientific Analysis of Climate Impact of Jordan Cove LNG Terminal & Pacific Connector Pipeline
Annual climate emissions would be equivalent to more than 15 Boardman coal plants

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Hundreds to Rally at Oregon State Capitol at on Thursday to Urge Governor Brown to Put an End to Jordan Cove LNG

On Thursday, January 11, hundreds from Oregon and Northern California will gather on the steps of the Oregon State Capitol Building in Salem to ask Governor Brown to stand up for the climate by using the state’s authority to stop the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and Pacific Connector Pipeline for good. 

A rally on the Capitol steps will start at 12:30 pm Thursday and will include live music, street theatre, and speakers including former Oregon Secretary of State Bill Bradbury, State Representative Pam Marsh, and youth from impacted communities. The rally coincides with the release of a report from Oil Change International that details the climate impacts of this proposal from fracking to the burning of gas overseas. 

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Over 400 People Intervene in FERC Process

2017 FERC INTERVENTIONS between September 26, 2017 to October, 26 2017

Prepared by Lucy Lefkowitz, Rogue Climate Intern

An analysis of the Motions to Intervene filed under the 2017 Jordan Cove Energy Project L.P. and the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, L.P. Dockets # CP17-494 and # CP17-495 between September 26 and October 26 of 2017, reveal over 420 filings. See below for a breakdown of the types of filings.

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A Big Thanks from the Rogue Climate Board!


Almost five years ago, southern Oregonians came together to start planning the community art project that launched Rogue Climate. Little did we know how our climate movement would grow over the next few years. THANK YOU for being a part of it.

As 2017 comes to an end, please consider making an end of year donation to Rogue Climate.

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