Approval Recommended for Power Plant Adjacent to Jordan Cove Energy Project’s LNG Terminal

The Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) has released a draft proposed order recommending approval of Jordan Cove Energy Project’s (Jordan Cove) application to construct and operate the South Dunes Power Plant, a natural gas-fueled electric generation facility with a nominal generating capacity of 420 megawatts, which would serve Jordan Cove’s proposed LNG export terminal at Coos Bay, Ore.  According to the ODOE website, the power plant is the only component of the proposed LNG export project that is not subject to FERC jurisdiction.  A public hearing on the draft proposed order is scheduled for June 25, 2015.


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