No sooner had the decision been made to scrap plans for a Liquid Natural Gas Sea Shipping Terminal near Coos Bay (it wasn’t needed) than another proposed LNG terminal has been similarly been dispatched to the scrap heap of fallen dreams on the Columbia River.
The company trying to build an LNG plant at Warrenton, near Astoria, has bit the same dust as Coos Bay. Local and state regulators predicted tough sledding for the plant because of a lack of a need for this one too, along with criticism of environmental degradation which was also a pox on the Coos Bay project.
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