Now is the time to show your support for the Jordan Cove project. In addition to state and local regulatory processes, Jordan Cove is being reviewed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). This agency has the power to decide whether or not Jordan Cove will go forward and will be taking public comments on the project until July 5, 2019. Let FERC know you support this $10 billion-dollar investment in Oregon. Share your unique voice of support with the FERC now.
The Jordan Cove Project is committed to Southern Oregon and the South Coast.
The Jordan Cove Project will build a safe, clean, reliable natural gas pipeline and a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Coos County, Oregon.
The Project will bring $10 billion in private capital, one of the largest-ever private investments in Southern Oregon and the South Coast. This includes more than $60 million per year in average property tax revenue to Coos, Klamath, Douglas and Jackson counties at a county-level, and an additional $50 million dollars to Oregon in state taxes to support critical public services including local schools, libraries, roads, and public safety at the state level.
The Jordan Cove Project will create more than 6,000 good-paying construction jobs at peak and an estimated 8,500 spin-off jobs in hospitality, retail, tourism, and healthcare.
Pembina, the parent company of the Jordan Cove Project, is a 60-year-old company with strong, positive relationships with the communities where they work. We are committed to a transparent process and we are engaged in continual, constructive dialogue with the many community stakeholders who are interested in the Jordan Cove Project.
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We are committed to supporting our communities with grants to local organizations. To date, the Jordan Cove-Pacific Connector Grant Program has awarded over $400,000 in grants. The grant program is now open.