Once more with feeling: the battle is renewed over the proposal for the Jordan Cove LNG (liquefied natural gas) export terminal at North Bend.
If built, Jordan Cove would take gas from a long pipeline across Western Oregon, chill it to a liquid, and pump it into ships for sale overseas.
Last year the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission nixed the project. Then Donald Trump moved into the White House and put new people in FERC. So the applications have been re-submitted.
Project opponents visited on October 11.
Now it's time to hear from the pro side: Michael Hinrichs is the public affairs director for Jordan Cove.