Longshoremen at the Port of Tacoma plug in a cable from the Tote North Star cargo ship to connect to shore power and reduce use of dirty bunker fuel. The North Star is one of two Tote ships calling at the local port that are set for liquid natural gas (LNG) retrofits this year.
Longshoremen at the Port of Tacoma plug in a cable from the Tote North Star cargo ship to connect to shore power and reduce use of dirty bunker fuel. The North Star is one of two Tote ships calling at the local port that are set for liquid natural gas (LNG) retrofits this year. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2010
Longshoremen at the Port of Tacoma plug in a cable from the Tote North Star cargo ship to connect to shore power and reduce use of dirty bunker fuel. The North Star is one of two Tote ships calling at the local port that are set for liquid natural gas (LNG) retrofits this year. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2010

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Tacoma liquid gas plant raises too many red flags

September 24, 2016 2:39 PM

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