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A U.S. regulatory agency on Thursday approved a controversial natural gas pipeline and marine export terminal project in Oregon, with one member saying the environmental impacts are acceptable considering the public benefits that will be provided by the project.
The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development chose to deny the Jordan Cove Energy Project’s Federal Consistency application.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has postponed its decision on whether to approve a permit for the Jordan Cove Energy Project. The decision, which was on the agenda to be discussed and voted on at the commission's Feb. 13 meeting, instead will be discussed at the Feb. 20 meeting.
The Confederated Tribes Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw’s attorneys filed an appeal with the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals regarding the City of Coos Bay’s decision to approve dredging in Coos Bay.
The Jordan Cove Energy Project has withdrawn its application for a removal-fill permit from the the Oregon Department of State Lands.
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.