March 2016, Vol. 243, No. 3

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Feds Deny Permit for Liquefied Gas Port, Pipeline

COOS BAY, Ore. (AP) – Federal regulators denied permits Friday for a liquefied natural gas terminal in the southern Oregon coastal town of Coos Bay. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued the 25-page ruling, saying the Jordan Cove Energy Project would hurt landowners, The World reported. The ruling also said there’s little evidence to support the need for a pipeline and not enough evidence of a public benefit. The 230-mile pipeline route from the farming town of Malin east of the Cascades just north of the California border to Coos Bay has been opposed by private landowners and conservation groups. It crosses rivers, mounta ranges and a mix of private and public lands. Regu

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