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Published on Jun 22, 2015
Oregon's Jordan Cove Energy Project is the final frontier for West Coast LNG exports after CA & WA both said no. 36 Inches is a recovering apathetic millennial's journey to understand this $7.6 billion project and it consequences for local residents, the state, and our country.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In addition to the export of US gas, the project is slated to export large volumes of Canadian gas via the Pacific Connector Pipeline and Jordan Cove export facility. Some estimates say 70% of the gas could be Canadian sourced. Eminent domain would still apply.
Additional Video: “Forward on Climate Rally – Feb. 17th JOIN US!” by 350.org, https://youtu.be/ZLZt2ZMouB0, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License “President Nixon's Energy Policy Address” by Richard Nixon Foundation “Maintaining Classroom Discipline” by McGraw-Hill Films courtesy of Prelinger Archives, licensed under Creative Commons Public Domain “Progress Parade” courtesy of Prelinger Archives, licensed under Creative Commons Public Domain “Oregon Responds to the LNG Pipeline” by Commonlink Productions “President Barack Obama at UN Climate Change Summit” by The White House “Sen. Franken's Colloquy with Sen. Whitehouse on Climate Change” by Sen. Al Franken
Our thanks to Media Arts Center San Diego for acting as fiscal sponsor on this project.
The Production wishes to thank the following for their support & generosity: Deb Evans, Ron Schaaf, Bob & Suzi Given, Hair on Fire Oregon, Stacey & Craig McLaughlin, Bob & Gail Barker, Mary Geddry, Patricia Gouveia, Janet Stoffel, Gilbert Horst, Richard Chasm, Alan Bunce, Diarmuid McGuire, Julian Bell, Mahkah Wu, Alex Harris, Torrey Byles, Teri Karobonik, Ross Kallen, Eliza Schaaf, Anne-Marie Parker