Day before yesterday, Oregon LNG confirmed plans for adding liquefaction capability to the Warrenton. It will be a facility that can both import and export LNG, according to OPB.
Also, the company will do great changes in the pipeline route. They will add 39 miles of pipeline, and eliminate 75 miles of the original route plan. (ako je major change – onda navedi taj major change)
Initially, Oregon LNG planned the pipeline to run from Warrenton to Molalla. New plan eliminates the section of pipeline that would go through Washington County.
The company plans, in its filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, to build an LNG import/export terminal early next year. The terminal is expected to start operating by early 2019.
LNG World News Staff, July 05, 2012; Image: Oregon LNG