Oregon Pipeline – affiliated with Oregon LNG’s proposed liquefied natural gas facility in Warrenton, Oregon – is proposing the installation of an 85-mile pipeline, connecting the terminal with the Williams Northwest Pipeline in Woodland, Washington.
Worldwide demand for clean energy is increasing and natural gas is by far the cleanest source of reliable energy available. Millions of homes, businesses, and industries around the world rely on natural gas imported as Liquefied natural Gas (LNG) and the supply from existing sources is struggling to meet demand.
Oregon Pipeline, in concert with its affiliated company Oregon LNG, is working to meet this demand by providing a safe and reliable conduit between the existing Interstate Pipeline System in Woodland, WA and a new LNG production facility in Warrenton, Oregon. 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.
We are committed to working with all landowners to ensure that our pipeline can be installed with the least amount of inconvenience to impacted landowners 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 share these principles and who are as committed as we are to adhere to our Guiding Principles.
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