Jordan Cove Energy Project, L.P. and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, LP (PCPG) has received approval from the FERC for their proposed LNG and Terminal Pipeline. The project is designed to create a new LNG export point on the Oregon coast to serve overseas markets particularly around the Pacific Rim. The LNG Terminal would be capable of receiving natural gas, processing the gas, liquefying the gas into LNG, storing the LNG, and loading the LNG onto vessels at its marine dock. The plannned liquefaction facility would be capable of producing up to 7.8 million metric tons per annum of LNG. PCGP is planning to construct and operate a new, approximately 233-mile long, 36-inch natural gas transmission pipeline crossing through Klamath, Jackson, Douglas, and Coos Counties, Oregon. The pipeline would be designed to transport 1,200,000 dekatherms per day of natural gas to the LNG Terminal from interconnections with the existing Ruby Pipeline LLC and Gas Transmission Northwest LLC systems near Malin, Oregon. The project has a projected in-service date is projected for 2024.