Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission On Thursday that they must study all alternatives to supplying natural gas to the region. He added that these studies must occur before any permits are issued for liquefied natural gas terminals in Oregon.The statement came a day after a public hearing was held in Astoria about the proposed terminals. Hundreds of people came to that hearing to voice opposition to the project. Their Concerns range from safety issues to whether the project would benefit the state. Dan Serres, with the Friends of Oregon Living Waters speaks here.
Natural Gas Alternatives Hearing: Interview with Dan Serres
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Thu, 02/14/2008 - 4:00pm