Is the Palomar Pipeline back?

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Longtime supporters of Bark and Columbia Riverkeeper probably remember the stunning victories over the Palomar Pipeline, proposed across Mt. Hood, and the Bradwood LNG terminal, planned for the Columbia Estuary. Now it’s time  to dust off our banners and rally chants. A pair of natural gas-to-methanol refineries in Kalama, Washington and Clatskanie, Oregon, and the new Trail West Pipeline are the potential heirs to the ill-fated Palomar Pipeline and Bradwood LNG terminal.

Join Columbia Riverkeeper and Bark for a presentation to learn how the Trail West Pipeline threatens Mt. Hood and why the world’s largest methanol refineries would undermine our region’s commitments to fight climate change.

WHEN: Tuesday, January 31, 2017, 6:30-8:00 PM
WHERE: Bark office, 351 NE 18th Ave., Portland, OR 97232
RSVP here (an RSVP helps us ensure that there are plenty of snacks for everyone!)

Each proposed methanol refinery would use more natural gas than every gas-fired power plant in Washington combined and could pave the way to more dangerous and destructive fracking, natural gas pipeline infrastructure, and climate change.

Please join us to learn more and help us stop new massive fossil fuel infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest and protect Mt. Hood.