Palomar Pipeline

Palomar victory hike and Timberline controversy

Oregonian: Palomar gas partners pull the plug on controversial pipeline proposal

Northwest Natural Gas Co. and TransCanada Corp. have withdrawn their joint venture's application to build the controversial Palomar pipeline...

Sustainable Business Oregon: Palomar natural gas pipeline shelved

A proposed 217-mile natural gas pipeline project in Oregon was shelved Thursday after demand for it waned.

Molalla Pioneer: Palomar withdraws pipeline application

Palomar Gas Transmissions filed a notice of withdrawal today for their application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build a natural gas pipeline that would have traveled through Oregon, including some private properties outside Molalla.

The Seattle Times: Gas pipeline pulls application, cites low demand

"We interpret this as the result of Oregonians being willing to stand up for their values, clean water, healthy forests, and intact fisheries and to protect our rural communities from needless projects - especially projects designed to perpetuate our dependence on dirty fossil fuels," Schmidt said.

The Daily Astorian: Palomar withdraws pipeline application

A Palomar Gas pipeline will not be built through Clatsop County at this time.

Bark News Release: Palomar Pipeline stopped

LNG Opponents celebrate victory over the Palomar Pipeline

Bark Special Alert- Palomar Pipeline Cancelled!

At 1pm this afternoon Palomar withdrew its permit with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Clatsop County votes against LNG project in Warrenton

The vote marks another major victory for those who oppose importing liquefied natural gas to Oregon, throwing the viability of the controversial project in doubt after years of engineering, environmental and permitting struggles.

Court throws out Bradwood LNG license

In the wake of FERC's decision, the future of the Palomar Pipeline is unclear.

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