Jordan Cove LNG is ideally located on the North Spit of Coos Bay, Oregon. The Jordan Cove LNG terminal will have an initial liquefaction design capacity of 7.8 million metric tons per annum (mtpa).
- 1.5 hours to open ocean
- Approximately 7 miles from the mouth of the channel to the LNG Terminal
Jordan Cove LNG has all of the essential characteristics for an optimal export facility
- Proximity to Asian markets
- Gas supplied from interconnections with two existing pipelines – the Ruby Pipeline and Gas Transmission Northwest pipeline
- Strategically located to provide access to supplies from basins in the U.S. Rocky Mountains and Western Canada
- Strong political and community support