Believing in Oregon, Investing in Coos Bay

Jordan Cove Energy Project

2013_JCEP_Rendering

$7.3 Billion – 2600 Construction Jobs, 900 Ancillary Jobs

The Project is located within the Port of Coos Bay on the North Spit of lower Coos Bay, on an undeveloped site zoned for industrial development, approximately 7 nautical miles from the entrance of the federally controlled and maintained navigation channel. Jordan Cove and the South Dunes Power Plant sit on 500 acres of privately purchased land designated an Enterprise Zone by the State of Oregon.

  • LNG Storage Capacity – 320,000 cubic meters
    • Two 160,000 m3 full containment tanks
  • Liquefaction Capacity – 6 million Metric Tons per Year
  • Sendout Capacity – 1,000,000 dth/day with a peak send-out of 1,200,000 dth/day
  • Pipeline Interconnections
  • Marine Facilities
    • Single LNG Marine Berth
    • Dedicated Tractor Tug dock
  • 2013_South_Dunes_RenderingAssociated Power Generation Plant
    • South Dunes Power Plant
    • Combined cycle natural gas fueled
    • Peak capacity 420 Megawatts

    The Jordan Cove Energy Project is a proposed new, state-of the art liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal that will establish the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay as the premier energy center on the U.S. Pacific coast. The infrastructure built by and for the Jordan Cove Energy Project includes:

    • Jordan Cove LNG Terminal
    • South Dunes Power Plant
    • Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline

    The aggregate investment for these facilities will be greater than $7.5 billion, provide long-term stable employment for more than 150 direct hire personnel at wages significantly above the area average.he Jordan Cove Project’s ideal location in the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay in Coos County, Oregon provides:

    • A catalyst for regional economic development through job creation, increased port utilization and increased access to competitive reliable sources of energy
    • Superior site characteristics through its utilization of a large, 170-acre parcel for the LNG terminal and a 190 acre parcel for the South Dunes Power Plant in an existing marine industrial port development area, remote from residential development
    • A location in the Port of Coos Bay that allows for short inland transit distance via an existing, Federally maintained channel

    More information at www.jordancoveenergy.com.

Courtesy of www.portofcoosbay.com