OREGON – An Oregon non-profit released a report Tuesday highlighting the dangers of burning fossil fuels in homes. The report from Beyond Toxics says gas stoves produce “chronically harmful” levels of nitrogen dioxide inside homes. Nitrogen dioxide is an air ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- The leader of the Northwest Gas Association (NWGA) was the featured speaker at Medford’s Chamber Forum at the Rogue Valley Country Club on November 13th. The NWGA was there to tell people that switching  to electric isn’t the ...

Author: Kale Williams (KGW) EUGENE, Ore. (KGW) — The city of Eugene reversed a controversial policy about natural gas appliances after it faced both local opposition and a federal legal threat. The Eugene City Council, arguing that natural gas is ...

EUGENE, Ore. – Eugene’s city council voted Tuesday night to end natural gas hookups for some new homes. There will no longer be natural gas-powered furnaces, stoves and other appliances in some new construction. They are the first city in ...

SALEM, Ore. – Avista utilities and other natural gas providers are suing Oregon over the state’s “Climate Protection Program.” Late last year, Oregon’s Environmental Quality Commission adopted rules establishing the CPP to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to address the effects ...

SALEM, Ore. — Your natural gas bills might be going up beginning next week. The Oregon Public Utility Commission recently approved an increase in natural gas rates for Avista customers due to an annual ‘Purchased Gas Adjustment’. It goes into effect ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A controversial natural gas pipeline project in southwest Oregon was dealt yet another blow. The Jordan Cove Project has been in the works for well over a decade. The proposed pipeline would span 229 miles through Oregon, ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A controversial natural gas pipeline project in southwest Oregon hit yet another major roadblock. The Jordan Cove Project has been in the works for well over a decade. The proposed pipeline would span 229 miles through Oregon, ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Federal authorities have approved the construction of a natural gas pipeline and terminal in southwest Oregon, but the State of Oregon still has a roadblock put in place. The Jordan Cove Project has been in the works ...

COOS BAY, Ore. – A permit crucial to the construction of a natural gas pipeline and liquefied natural gas depot on the Oregon Coast has been withdrawn. The proposed Jordan Cove Pipeline would extend from Malin to Coos Bay, where ...

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