Bradwood Landing LNG Terminal

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Bradwood Landing LNG Terminal, also called the Northern Star LNG Terminal, was a proposed LNG terminal in Oregon, United States. The terminal would have been located east of Astoria, Oregon along the Columbia River.


The terminal will be built in Astoria, Oregon, United States.

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Project Details

  • Owner: Northern Star Natural Gas
  • Location: Bradwood, Oregon, United States
  • Status: Cancelled
  • Type: Import
  • Start Year: NA

Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day


Bradwood Landing LNG Terminal was a proposed LNG terminal in Oregon, United States.[1] The project would have been the first LNG receiving terminal in the US Pacific Northwest. In May of 2010, NorthernStar Natural Gas, the owner of the proposed project, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, ultimately cancelling plans for the Bradwood Landing project. [2]


There were many opponents of the project, including the conservation group Columbia Riverkeeper. Opponents celebrated the project's cancellation. Columbia Riverkeeper Executive Director Brett Vandenheuvel told the Oregonian, "It's a huge victory for Oregonians, for family farms, for clean water, for salmon habitat, for fisherman."[3]

Articles and resources


  1. Bradwood LNG Facility, Oregon, United States of America, Hydrocarbons Technology, accessed May 2017
  2. NorthernStar files for liquidation bankruptcy, Tony Lystra, The Daily News, 5 May 2010
  3. LNG developer pulls the plug on Bradwood Landing project, Ted Sickinger, The Oregonian, 4 May 2010

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