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Oregon LNG Proposes Pipeline Related to LNG Terminal in Oregon

Oregon LNG has proposed a 117-mile natural gas pipeline to traverse six counties in Oregon, running from Oregon LNG’s proposed regasification terminal at the mouth of the Columbia River to a main pipeline near Molalla, Ore. Construction is anticipated to
June 10, 2007

Oregon LNG has proposed a 117-mile natural gas pipeline to traverse six counties in Oregon, running from Oregon LNG’s proposed regasification terminal at the mouth of the Columbia River to a main pipeline near Molalla, Ore. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2009 and the completed pipeline would have a capacity of 1.5 Bcf/d. The Associated Press has details (via Oregon Live).

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