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Multi-Media Report on Oregon Resistance to the Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals

Audio and video files on the subject of the Liquefied Natural Gas terminals proposed for the coast of Oregon.
The Palomar Pipe Line will cross the Clackamas River along this trail
The Palomar Pipe Line will cross the Clackamas River along this trail
View of the Clackamas from crossing site, south, upriver
View of the Clackamas from crossing site, south, upriver
View of crossing site directly west across Clackamas River
View of crossing site directly west across Clackamas River
Audio from the June 2008 Bark Hike to the Palomar pipe line crossing of the Clackamas River. Dan Serres, Columbia Riverkeeper and Friends of Oregon Living Waters speaks for about 12 ? minutes about the pipe line proposed to be dug through a flowing Clackamas River.
Dan Serres Audio


Video from the Bark for Mt. Hood Public Access program featuring the March Bark Hike to the proposed Palomar pipe line crossing site on the Clackamas River.
Bark for Mt. Hood

Don't forget the Hike the Pipe event scheduled for June 14-15!

Hike the Pipe!

Video from the Salem No LNG Rally, posted to YouTube:
Salem Rally Video #1
Salem Rally Video #2
Salem Rally Video #3

Video from the Portland Oregon No LNG Rally in front of Northwest Natural Gas, posted to Google:
Portland No LNG Rally

Both these rallies feature local fisherman, farmers, representatives from Indigenous tribes, and other local people whose livelihood is threatened by this technology. Land will be confiscated by the government in order to facilitate this venture by private multi national corporations.

Don't forget the Hike the Pipe event scheduled for June 14-15!
Hike the Pipe!

Audio of Dimitri Lisitsyn of speaking about the environmental damage caused by the LNG terminal in Sakhalin district of Russia. This terminal liquefies the natural gas which is shipped to points throughout the world, gasified and then piped to energy markets.
Dimitri Lisitsyn, Audio

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Hike the Pipe photos 16.Jun.2008 17:05

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Photos from "Hike the Pipe"

Forest near the proposed pipeline
Forest near the proposed pipeline
Young treehugger
Young treehugger
Bark and OWF hike the pipe
Bark and OWF hike the pipe