Pacific Connector Pipeline: Journey or Destination?     

January 2017, Vol. 244, No. 1

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor

Over a decade of twists and turns underpin what has become an ever-changing saga for the proposed Pacific Connector natural gas pipeline, a 36-inch conduit through southern Oregon whose fate is tied to the increasingly tough job of permitting and building the first U.S. West Coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. While the proposed pipeline has generated its share of optimism and pessimism over its long history, its backers have managed to keep their eyes on the prize. And although 2016 produced somewhat equal amounts of both good and bad news, the vision for the…

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