Hi Jeanne,

This summer, over 1,000 people urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to reject TC Pipeline’s plans to expand the capacity of its Gas Transmission Northwest (GTN) fracked gas pipeline by 150,000 dekatherms of gas per day—equivalent to adding 754,000 cars on the road each year until 2052. It’s a ridiculous amount of new gas for a region fighting hard to end our dependence on climate-wrecking fossil fuels.

Today, FERC issued its Final Environmental Impact Statement, mostly ignoring major concerns and opposition from the Attorneys General of Oregon, Washington, and California; Columbia River Tribes; and a broad coalition of community groups.

Urge FERC to Deny the GTN Xpress Project:

Now that the Final EIS has been issued, it’s up to the five-member FERC Commission to make a decision on the GTN Xpress project. Join us in demanding that FERC consider the climate, public health, and environmental concerns raised by states, Tribes, and community groups all over the Northwest.

The clock is ticking. FERC is expected to make a decision in early 2023. Take action today!

Dan Serres
Conservation Director
P.S. Want to get the word out in your community? Check out this guide to submitting a letter to the editor to a local newspaper. It’s a great way to share the message that GTN Xpress is wrong for our region.
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