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Demo, Demo & More Demo


Demolition work on the Tacoma LNG site continues to go on schedule. The last remaining section of a large office building located on the Tacoma LNG site is being torn down this week. Ground improvement for the tank area is also on schedule.

After many weeks of preparation, this large office building located on the Tacoma LNG site, is on track to be completely demolished this week.



Rain or Shine - Construction Continues & Remains on Schedule


Even with February being one of the rainiest in the history of Tacoma, ground improvements at the Tacoma LNG facility remain on schedule. Installation of new power, sewer and water lines for the control building will begin this week.

Demolition has begun on this large office building on the Tacoma LNG facility site and is staying on schedule, regardless of the record-setting rainfall.



Despite Winter Weather Conditions, Construction Remains On Schedule


Even with the winter weather conditions, construction at the Tacoma LNG site continues to make good progress. Utility work at the LNG facility’s control building, including new power, sewer and water lines, is nearly finished. Ground improvement tests are complete for the LNG tank area, and the ground improvement work to create a stable foundation for the tank continues to be on schedule.

Utility work to provide water, sewer and power to the control building was completed last week.


Temporary access road was built in the ground improvement area to facilitate truck traffic.


Tacoma LNG Facility is Under Construction


We have moved into the construction phase of the Tacoma LNG facility. All construction is being executed entirely on site. We are currently in the last phases of demolition and have begun ground improvements for the new construction.


This photo was taken sometime between 1940 and 1961 at what is now the future site of the Tacoma LNG facility. Most of these buildings are being demolished at this point in construction.


Future site of the LNG tank – ground is being prepped for improvements.

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November 18, 2016 Online Forum Presentation



Learn about the LNG facility – three opportunities


We're holding a series of public forums about Puget Sound Energy's Tacoma Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project. To make these as accessible as possible, we have three different opportunities to learn more and have your questions answered.

Online Forum
Thursday, November 17, 7 to 8 p.m.

PSE will host an LNG online forum from 7 to 8 pm. You will first view a short live presentation regarding LNG and the project; after that you can ask questions of project and LNG experts.

To participate online*/via phone:
At 7 pm on November 17, click on this link to open the WebEx screen

Password: 2016
Phone: 1-855-797-9485
Access code: 623 306 802

* Audio over the computer is limited to 500 users. You can still join us by calling in by phone while using the link to view the presentation and ask questions.

Open House
Monday, November 21, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Greater Tacoma Convention Center
1500 Broadway, Tacoma

PSE will host an open house for the LNG project from 7 to 8:30 pm, at the Tacoma Convention Center. The open house includes various stations where you can learn more about LNG as a fuel and the specifics on the Tacoma LNG project. Experts on LNG properties, safety, environmental benefits and use will be available to answer questions one-on-one.

Learn about the Tacoma LNG project including the project timeline, permitting process, jobs outlook and safety testing. Experts from PSE, TOTE Maritime, Port of Tacoma, City of Tacoma and other permitting agencies will be available for information and questions. Refreshments will be provided.

Telephone Town Hall
Thursday, December 1, 7 to 8 p.m.

PSE will host a LNG telephone town hall from 7 to 8 pm. This will be a Q & A session with LNG and project experts available to answer your questions.

To participate
Email us at with the phone number you want us to call, before Nov. 30. Then mark your calendar for 7 pm on December 1 and we will call you and connect you directly into the Telephone Town Hall.

View the outreach opportunities invitation.


LNG Siting Report Access Process


We have received requests to release the LNG Siting Report publicly. While we are unable to release the report to the general public due to its CEII content, we have developed a process to provide access to the report to those who specifically request it.

Since the events of 9/11, federal procedures and rules limit public access to certain energy infrastructure information. The intent is to safeguard the information, called Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII), from falling into the wrong hands. PSE’s LNG Siting Report includes CEII information that has not been shared publicly to remain compliant with these federal regulations.

PSE's process for requesting access to the report is similar to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s CEII release process, and requires completing two forms and submitting them to PSE for review. Below are links to the forms.

Please print and complete forms (see links above) and mail to:

LNG Project Team
Puget Sound Energy
P.O. Box 97034 EST-11W
Bellevue, WA 98009-9734

You may also email the completed forms to

Once PSE receives your completed forms, you will receive a confirmation email with additional instructions for viewing the materials.