Green map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and British Columbia. Each state is in different shades of green. Starting in Southern Oregon, through Northeast Washington, through Western Idaho is a red and black line representing the GTN XPress pipeline. With red and black circles along the line marking the 11 compressor stations. Along that line there are 4 different larger circles with black and red images of compressor stations calling out details of those 4 compressor stations which would be expanded.  1 of those 4 large circles has a yellow background and represents a new compressor station proposed in Morro County, OR for GTN XPress expansion. Near the pipeline, there are 5 blue circles marking the Tribal nations including, from South to North, including Klamath, Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribes of Indians, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Confederated Tribes of Umatila Indians, and the Coeur d’Alene. The Columbia and Snake Rivers are indicated in blue.

Take action to stop
GTN XPress: tell FERC to DENY the pipeline expansion!

On November 18th, 2022 FERC released an inadequate Final Environmental Impact statement for GTN XPress. Commissioners will have 90 days to review those findings and comments from community members and stakeholders before making their final decision on February 16th, 2023. 

You can help by writing comments to let federal regulators at FERC know why you are concerned about the GTN XPress project and how you and others would be impacted by this fossil fuel expansion.

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