Submit a comment!
We are in an open comment period to submit comments on Jordan Cove LNG and the Pacific Connector gas pipeline!
Teams of attorneys, landowners, tireless community volunteers, and staff of environmental organizations are working to read the 5,600 pages of Jordan Cove’s project application in order to compile suggestions on what to write comments about. As more inadequacies in the project plans are discovered, we will update the comment guide, but you can get started now!
Tell the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that Jordan Cove is not in the public interest by July 5th 2019.
For more than 14 years, southern Oregon communities have been fighting a proposal from a Canadian energy company to build a 229-mile Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline and the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal, collectively called “Jordan Cove”. If approved, the pipeline and terminal would require the use of eminent domain to build across private property, be the largest climate polluter in the state, and pipeline and terminal construction would threaten Oregon rivers, streams and the Coos Bay estuary.
Comments must be received by 2PM PST, July 5th
The online submission process includes a lot of steps, and if we had the power to change it, we would! Thank you for taking the time to follow FERC’s instructions and make your voice included in this process.
By mail: Print and fill out the Comment Template, or be sure to reference the project docket numbers (CP17-494-000 and CP17-495-00) with your submission:
Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary,
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 First Street NE, Room 1A
Washington, DC 20426
Electronically (not for Intervenors): Visit www.ferc.gov, and under “Documents and Filings,” using the “eComment” feature with Dockets CP17-494 and CP17-495.
Step-by-step instructions —> http://bit.ly/fercinstructions
Electronically (for Intervenors, or to attach a file or photo): Visit www.ferc.gov, and under “Documents and Filings,” use the “eFiling” feature with Dockets CP17-494 and CP17-495. Select “Comment on a Filing” as the filing type. (New eFiling users must first create an account by clicking on “eRegister.”
Step-by-step instructions start on page 2 —> http://bit.ly/fercinstructions
If you are an intervenor, you must also take extra steps to “serve the list” after filing your comment by emailing the link to your submission to all other intervenors and including your address.
Step-by-step instructions start on page 3—> http://bit.ly/fercinstructions