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Weaver’s Cove LNG Project Developer and Project Opponents Participate in Public Forum

Earlier this week Gordon Shearer, CEO of Weaver’s Cove Energy, Jonathan Stone, executive director of Save the Bay, and Evan Smith, CEO of the Newport and Bristol County Visitors and Convention Bureau, participated in a public forum that addressed the pros and cons of the proposed Weaver’s Cove LNG import project. According to Newport Now, the majority of the two hundred...

Oregon Gubernatorial Candidates Discuss Views on LNG Import Proposals

Several candidates running for governor in Oregon participated in a debate last night. The Oregonian reports that the event was organized by a number of environmental groups and featured discussion of the LNG import project proposed in the state. Democratic candidates Bill Bradbury and John Kitzhaber offered their views on the LNG proposals, with Bradbury saying that the state should...

Opponents of Pacific Connector Pipeline to Focus Efforts on State Authorities

At a meeting held yesterday to discuss the Pacific Connector pipeline proposal, which is associated with the planned Jordan Cove LNG import terminal, opponents of the pipeline said that they expect to focus their opposition efforts on state authorities. KDRV News offers additional coverage.

Op-Ed: LNG Terminals and Storage Facilities Present Security Challenges

An op-ed carried by the Baltimore Sun yesterday argues that LNG import terminals and storage facilities present safety and security challenges.

Sierra Club to Host Meeting on Jordan Cove LNG Tonight

The Sierra Club and other environmental groups opposed to the Jordan Cove LNG import project and associated natural gas pipeline will host a public meeting in Medford, Ore., tonight. The Mail Tribune provides further details.

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