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|Thursday, July 08, 2010|
Backers of the proposed $800 million Palomar Gas Transmission pipeline told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that the program "was reviewing its project plan" before moving forward.
The project needs to secure additional funding after the bankruptcy of its biggest prospective customer, a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal on the Columbia River.
Read the full report at OregonLive.com.
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