Oregon LNG is committed to making sure that all questions are answered and information available to our stakeholders. The links below will take you to the websites of each agency that is a part of our approval process. We have also provided links to industry sites that may also provide information about LNG.
FERC is the federal agency responsible for the siting of LNG import facilities. Their website provides access to the federal permitting process of all onshore U.S. LNG facilities being developed.
The Coast Guard is responsible for approving LNG vessel movement plans.
This branch of the Department of Energy is responsible for providing energy forecasts, trade and relevant price data regarding LNG markets and other pertinent issues for the US and international markets.
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