Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal Project
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Summary Information

  • Ownership: Veresen
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  • Location: Port of Coos Bay, Oregon
  • Capacity: 6.0 million tons/annum
  • Status: Planned

Brief Description

  • The project was originally an import project, the Jordan Cove LNG Terminal. It is now a 6 million ton per year liquifaction facility

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity: Two 160,000 cubic-meter, full-containment LNG storage tanks
  • Constructor:
    • Black & Veatch and Kiewit: Front-end engineering and design (FEED)
  • Licensor: Black & Veatch

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

  • Commissioning is expected in 201X

Suppliers / Customers


  • 2013 - Filing of Formal FERC Application
  • 2013 - Front-end engineering and design (FEED) work and pre-construction planning activities completed
  • 2013 - Application for export licence
  • 2013 - Heads of Agreement sign with 3 prospective customers
  • 2014 - NEB oks long term gas export
  • 2014 - DOE awards permission to export to non FTA countries
  • 2014 - FERC awarded draft Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS")

Other Information

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Relevant Links

  1. Veresen Reaches Major Milestone on Jordan Cove Energy Project with Filing of Formal FERC Application
  2. Black & Veatch and Kiewit complete first stage of Jordan Cove LNG Facility
  3. Veresen Applies for Long-Term Export License for the Jordan Cove LNG Project
  4. Veresen Provides Update on Commercial Activity for its Jordan Cove LNG Project
  5. Veresen Receives NEB Approval to Export Natural Gas to Supply the Jordan Cove LNG Project
  6. Veresen Announces that Jordan Cove Receives License to Allow Export of LNG to U.S. non-Free Trade Agreement Countries and Provides Commercial Update
  7. Jordan Cove LNG and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline Receive Draft Environmental Impact Statement

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