Natural gas terminal plan includes power plant


A proposed natural gas export terminal at Coos Bay will now include a power plant to chill and condense the fuel into LNG.

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A proposed natural gas export terminal at Coos Bay will now include a power plant to chill and condense the fuel into LNG.

At a public meeting Tuesday night, opponents of the project heckled a spokesman for the project, Roy Hemmingway, and officials of the state Department of Energy threatened at one point to shut the meeting down.

To build a power plant, Jordan Cove needs a permit from the Oregon Department of Energy.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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