Puget Sound Energy LNG facility
Puget Sound Energy plans to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility at the Port of Tacoma.
The proposed facility will provide local transportation companies with a cleaner fuel alternative, including TOTE Maritime Alaska vessels. It will also provide PSE residential and commercial customers with natural gas reserves to maintain dependable service on the coldest days of the year.
Learn more about PSE’s proposed facility.
Proposed facility location
The facility is planned for a 30-acre site on Alexander Avenue in the Port industrial area.
This proposal will create jobs and economic growth for our community, improve regional air quality and support the Port’s strategic goal to diversify our business portfolio.
The 25-year lease with PSE covers about 30 acres and a pier. The lease terms include three phases:
- Feasibility period: 12 months, which Puget Sound Energy may extend to 24 months.
- Construction period: Upon successful completion of a feasibility period, Puget Sound Energy will build or install such improvements to the site as natural gas processing facilities, storage tanks, containment systems, pipelines and stormwater systems.
- Full rent period