Two proposed liquefied natural gas terminals in Oregon are next in line with federal regulators to consider their applications to export natural gas.
In his January 29th State of the Union address, President Obama credited natural gas as one of the top factors in bringing the U.S. closer to energy independence for the first time in decades. He is quoted as stating:
January 17, 2014 - Sponsors Not Worried by Local Opposition to Oregon LNG Plans
January 13, 2014 - Oregon LNG today filed an application with the Canadian National Energy Board ("NEB") to export natural gas from Canada to the United States to provide feed gas for the Oregon LNG processing facility located at Warrenton Oregon. The full application can be viewed here.