Category LNG

Updates on the LNG Issue

As many of you know, the Puyallup Tribe and concerned residents of Tacoma and beyond have been fighting Puget Sound Energy’s Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility for years now. In reality it is a fracked methane gas refinery (also producing…

The Origins of LNG as a Maritime Fuel

Why Liquefied Natural Gas? How did Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) come to be seen as viable fuel source for ships?  Why is a refinery and storage tank being built in the Port of Tacoma? To answer this, let’s first go…

PSE LNG: Steve’s Verdict Is In

The action behind the case Last December Carlo Voli and I climbed a crane at the construction site of Puget Sound Energy’s LNG plant on the Tacoma Tideflats. We stayed there for the duration of the work day. (That kicked…

Court Update: February 20th Activist Hearing

by Carol Kindt Court Date: February 20, 2018 The municipal court hearing on February 20, 2018 for the four people arrested in December 2017, Stephen Way, Carlo Voli, Sarah Long, and Juan Delgado began in confusion. Steve Way’s attorney Blake…

Court Update: LNG Site Arrests

On December 11, 2017 Carlo Voli and Steve Way were arrested for climbing a construction crane on Puget Sound Energy’s LNG plant construction site, which effectively rendered that crane inoperable for the day. One week later, Juan Delgado and Sara Long were arrested…

PSE HQ Sign Wave – Action #1!

Happy New Year! We’re kicking off the new year with renewed commitment but we need your help! In 2017, the signs of our climate crisis were impossible to ignore: wildfires ravaged millions of acres, our skies were choked with smoke,…

Crane Sitting: How and Why

By Steve Way Before dawn on December 11th, my friend Carlo and I made our way onto Puyallup Tribal property currently misappropriated by Puget Sound Energy’s LNG construction site on the Tacoma Tideflats. We were there to help stop construction…