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Developer Responds to EPA's Concerns Regarding Proposed Jordan Cove Gas Pipeline Route

The Associated Press (via the Hillsboro Argus) reports that Williams-Northwest Pipeline, the company backing the natural gas pipeline that will connect the Jordan Cove LNG terminal with existing pipeline infrastructure, does not have a preference as to a
January 5, 2009

The Associated Press (via the Hillsboro Argus) reports that Williams-Northwest Pipeline, the company backing the natural gas pipeline that will connect the Jordan Cove LNG terminal with existing pipeline infrastructure, does not have a preference as to alternate pipeline routes. Recently the EPA expressed concerns with a pipeline route that would have crossed Coos Bay.

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