August 2019 – PNW News

Final study: Proposed Western Washington methanol plant a net positive for greenhouse-gas emissions

Tacoma’s LNG plant: Pursue clean-energy economy instead

As a natural gas plant nears completion, Tacoma residents continue to protest

Report: Law Enforcement Took Unusual and Perhaps Illegal Interest In Jordan Cove LNG Project Opponents

Environmental assessment of Kitimat LNG project underway

The Future of Tacoma’s LNG Plant Hangs in the Balance Today

Contract provisions in LNG pipeline project could stop indigenous protests (Canada)

Tuesday’s LNG hearing to be met by march, rally

LNG hearing offers last chance for both sides to make case (video)

LNG foes protest ‘affront to human rights,’ backers see ‘right direction’ at latest hearing

LNG plant: Fracked gas mustn’t gain foothold here

‘Deceptive solution’ or bridge fuel? Fight over half-built LNG project continues in Tacoma.

Trump rewriting rules to expedite gas pipeline projects, including Jordan Cove and Pacific Connector projects in southern Oregon

Voters in Tacoma and Seattle to decide who sets the vision for our ports

Conclusions of oil-by-rail study encourages North Dakota officials seeking to overturn Washington law

A Lobbyist-Tied Industry Group Was Behind Officials’ Letters Of Support For Gas Project

Green Groups Urge Insurers To Drop Coverage Of Trans Mountain Pipeline

Jordan Cove opponents worry about federal surveillance

Appeals court sides with Washington state in opposing coal terminal at Longview

Climate crisis poses ‘catastrophic’ potential impacts, B.C. government study says

North Dakota: Study “undermines” Washington state’s rail law

Appeals court deals blow to big coal export terminal proposed for Longview, Washington

Port of Kalama 3rd on West Coast in bulk exports

Despite lawsuits, Millennium hums along