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Oregon LNG

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11 March 2015

Oregon LNG

Report summary

Oregon LNG is a proposed greenfield LNG export project 16 kilometres (10 miles) inland on the Columbia River in Skipanon Peninsula, Oregon, on the US West Coast. The site was slated for development as an LNG import terminal in 2004, called Skipanon Natural Gas Facility. However, in April 2012, Oregon LNG notified regulators that it was reversing its proposal and would pursue LNG exports instead. The project consists of two 4.5 mmtpa liquefaction trains, supplied by gas from the Western ...

Table of contents

  • Key facts
    • Summary
    • Key issues
  • Commercial structure
  • Timeline
  • LNG marketing strategy
  • Shipping strategy
    • Potential upstream development plan
  • Liquefaction plant overview
  • Costs
  • Fiscal and regulatory

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  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Commercial structure: Image 1
  • Timeline: Table 1
  • Index Map

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