COOS COUNTY — On Monday, the Trump administration approved the Jordan Cove liquid natural gas terminal.
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A request for extension submitted last week by the Jordan Cove Energy Project on its removal-fill permit with the Oregon Department of State Lands has been denied.
Since last April, the Jordan Cove Energy Project has stopped funding the Coos County Sheriff’s office for the Combined Services Unit. The cut in funding has caused the Sheriff’s Office to absorb the five deputies from its LNG division, leaving the division unmanned.
The Jordan Cove Energy Project received approval on its application, securing the last of 14 local government permits across four counties.
On Nov. 22, the Bureau of Land Management announced the availability of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission prepared Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed Jordan Cove Energy Project and related Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline.