Oregon Pipeline – affiliated with Oregon LNG’s proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Warrenton, Oregon – is proposing a new state-of-the-art 85-mile pipeline, connecting the LNG terminal with the existing Williams Northwest Pipeline in Woodland, Washington.
Clean-burning natural gas is in high demand in Asia, in part to replace coal as a fuel to generate electricity. This can reduce emissions in Asian countries that are carried across the Pacific to the U.S. West Coast.
Oregon Pipeline, in concert with its affiliated company Oregon LNG, is working to meet this demand by providing a safe and reliable pipeline connection between the existing Interstate Pipeline System in Woodland, Washington and the new LNG produ8ction facility in Warrenton. In addition, Oregon Pipeline will provide new and more reliable interconnections between the Interstate Pipeline System and various points in Oregon's Intrastate Pipeline System. These could provide clean fuel to new job-creating industries along the pipeline route.
We are committed to working with all landowners along the route to ensure that this pipeline is installed with the least amount of inconvenience while also minimizing any environmental impacts. Our efforts to build a safe, clean and reliable pipeline are governed by our Guiding Principles.
Throughout the process of constructing the pipeline, we will employ individuals and outside experts who as committed as we are to our Guiding Principles.
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