WARRENTON, Ore. — Liquefied natural gas company Oregon LNG is changing its plans for an import facility in Warrenton, Ore.
Oregon Public Broadcasting (http://is.gd/jSNnM7) reports the company has sent the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a preliminary application for an LNG export project.
The filing indicates the new project would include both export and import facilities, and it would have a different pipeline route.
The company plans to eliminate 75 miles of the proposed pipeline through Washington County. But it would add 39 miles of pipeline along a new route through Columbia County and across the Columbia River to Cowlitz County, Washington. The Clatsop County portion of the pipeline wouldn’t change.
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