Jordan Cove files Coos Bay LNG export application

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Jordan Cove Energy Project filed a formal application to build a liquified natural gas export facility in Coos Bay.

The project's developers described this week's filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as a "major milestone," though the company still has much of its permitting marathon to run.

Veresen says the project would take 42 months to build, with an average workforce of 900 and a total price tag of $7.5 billion. It bills the facility as the largest ever construction project in Oregon, bigger than an Intel factory and double the size of the Columbia River Crossing.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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