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Company Overview of Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, LP

Company Overview

Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, LP engages in the construction, operation, and maintenance of a liquefied natural gas import terminal and an interstate natural gas transmission system. Its pipeline is used for the supply of natural gas to the Pacific Northwest, northern California, and northern Nevada. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Roseburg, Oregon.

161 NE Garden Valley Boulevard

Suite 101

Roseburg, OR 97470

United States

Founded in 2006

Phone:

541-673-5108

Key Executives for Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, LP

President of Williams' Natural Gas Pipeline Business
Age: 59
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, LP Key Developments

Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline Files Federal Application to Construct, Own and Operate a Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline in Southern Oregon

On June 6, 2013, Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, LP (Pacific Connector) filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for approval to construct, own and operate a natural gas transmission pipeline in southern Oregon. The Pacific Connector pipeline would deliver approximately 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day to the Jordan Cove Energy Project in Coos Bay, Oregon in addition to serving other potential markets along the proposed pipeline route. At Coos Bay, Jordan Cove would cool the natural gas to form liquefied natural gas for export to growing Asia-Pacific energy markets. The FERC is the lead agency in a multi-agency review of Pacific Connector's application to determine if it complies with all environmental, safety and security requirements and conditions of federal, state and local agencies, including compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act. Pacific Connector will continue to work with landowners, regulators and affected communities throughout the permitting process to provide project information and address community questions. Pacific Connector anticipates receiving approval from the FERC by mid-year 2014. In addition to the value of enhanced energy infrastructure, Pacific Connector will provide direct economic benefits throughout southern Oregon. The project will cost approximately $1.7 billion, and pay an estimated $14.7 million each year in taxes to counties it crosses. More than 1,000 construction jobs will be created for up to two years to build the pipeline, with a peak construction workforce of approximately 1,400, many of which will be hired locally.

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