The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency further noted that came to a final decision as the proposal follows all the requirements of the Agency Regulations I, II, and III and should be accepted.


Moreover, in the "Final Decision on Tacoma LNG Air Permit", the Executive Director of the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency, Craig Kenworthy commended that its approval was not an endorsement of a project,"the application meets standards set by applicable laws and regulations as of when the application was submitted to the agency" Kenworthy further noted.

The final air quality permit includes conditions that demand demonstration of compliance with emission limits set by the review. Back in July, the Puyallup Tribal Council has ignored the Agency's preliminary determination to issue permits to Tacoma LNG.

At the same time, the Country announced that the governmental reviews of the project have failed to engage the Tribe in the consulation.

For the records, the project is located at the Port of Tacoma and its total value is estimated to be around $275 million, as the facility includes a 30,000 cubic meter full containment storage tank, liquefier, and a vaporiz.

Concluding, the project's plan is to offer peak shaving, marine LNG bunkering, and truck loading services.