"The developers that had hoped to build the Pacific Connector Pipeline and Jordan Cove Energy Project have told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission they do not intend to move forward with the project.
The developers filed a brief with FERC Wednesday that announced the decision.
“Among other considerations, Applicants remain concerned regarding their ability to obtain the necessary state permits in the immediate future in addition to other external obstacles,” wrote Donald Sullivan, manager and associate general counsel for Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Pipeline in Wednesday’s brief.
FERC had been slated to reconsider its permit due to the project’s failure to secure necessary state permits."
Carisa Cegavske reports for the Roseburg News-Review December 1, 2021.
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