|In a meeting lasting about two minutes, the Coos County Board of Commissioners has approved the International Port of Coos Bay's land use application for a marine terminal on the North Spit of Coos Bay, according to a January 3, 2008 article in the Coos Bay World. |
A local group, Southern Oregon Pipeline Information Project, Inc., has been formed by landowners who would be affected by the proposed pipeline connecting the LNG terminal in Coos County to a pipeline junction in Malin. The groupís board has already filed a notice of appeal for that application, after consulting with other opposition groups, including Citizens Against LNG, said Jody McCaffree, of North Bend.
Umpqua Watersheds, Inc. has a description of the proposed 223-mile pipeline route to California.
Jody McCaffree 's Citizens Against LNG (somewhat out of date)
Articles on topic 'Coos: LNG':
Oct 30 2012 LNG Abuses Get Their Moment in the Spotlight
Sep 22 2012 Protection for Marsh Achieved Through LNG Agreement
Aug 31 2012 FERC Invites Public Comment on LNG Export Scheme
Jul 26 2008 Setback for LNG proposal in Coos Bay
Jan 14 2008 Oregon Shores' Position on LNG Terminals, Ships, and Pipelines
Jan 2 2008 Coos Commissioners Approve LNG Land Use Application
Nov 27 2007 Coos Hearings Official Approves LNG Facility, Disapproves Port Slip
Contact: January 3, 2008 article in Coos Bay World, by Alexander Rich