Discover how Jordan Cove LNG can support economic development, create jobs, and help the local community thrive.
We’re proud of our commitment to environmental stewardship and responsible development.
The largest commercial venture in Oregon’s history means prosperity and growth for the community.
Please view our fact sheets about the project:
Project Overview (PDF)
Liquefied Natural Gas Facts (PDF)
Pipeline Facts (PDF)
Regulatory Process (PDF)
Safety Design Features (PDF)
Vessel Transit (PDF)
Community Benefits (PDF)
Environmental & Cultural Resources (PDF)
Kentuck Mitigation (PDF)
We are pleased to announce that the Fall 2017 round of the Jordan Cove-Pacific Connector Grant Program is open!
Please go to https://grants.jordancovelng.com/ to apply.
Jordan Cove LNG has selected KBJ as the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contractor. This is a significant milestone in the development of the project.
Read the official press release here.
Jordan Cove LNG Terminal
The proposed Jordan Cove state-of-the-art LNG terminal will be located in the Port of Coos Bay in Coos County, Oregon. Read more…
Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline
The Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline project is a proposed 229 mile, 36 inch diameter pipeline designed to transport natural gas from Malin, Oregon, to the Jordan Cove LNG terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon. Read more…
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Coos Bay Benefits
This multi-billion project will establish the Port of Coos Bay, Oregon, as the premier energy center on the US West Coast. Jordan Cove LNG will bring construction jobs and permanent full-time jobs to the community, as well as millions in revenue from property taxes to Coos County.
Jobs & Training
Find out how Jordan Cove LNG will bring jobs to Coos County.
Jordan Cove LNG will generate millions in ongoing revenue for the area – money earmarked for investment in the community through the Community Enhancement Plan.
Prosperity brings prosperity. Learn more about the plan to invest in Southwest Oregon.