It's been a long odyssey for the Jordan Cove LNG (liquefied natural gas) project proposed for the Oregon Coast near North Bend.
The plan, resurrected after an earlier federal denial, requires a pipeline crossing the region from North Bend to the Klamath Falls area.
State agencies make up a piece of the regulatory puzzle, and a comment period is now open on whether the state should issue a water quality permit.
The Army Corps of Engineers is also accepting comments.
Rogue Climate is one of several groups opposing the permit and the project.
The group's Sarah Westover visits.