Posts Tagged ‘kalama methanol refinery’

ACT: Stop the Fracked Gas Takeover »

January 31st, 2018: You stood up to dirty coal and dangerous oil-by-rail with phenomenal success. But the fossil fuel industry aims to derail your cleaner, safer energy future with new proposals for massive natural gas infrastructure—like the Kalama methanol refinery. Natural gas for the Kalama gas-to-methanol refinery would come from fracking, with side effects including contaminated groundwater and severe methane leaks that add to the project’s climate footprint.



Act now! Comment Period: Fight Fracked Gas, Protect the Columbia today. »

January 31st, 2018: Critical public comment period to convince Governor Inslee, and state and local officials, to stop the Kalama methanol refinery and the Kalama Lateral pipeline. The refinery would use more natural gas than all other industry in Washington combined. If we stop this project, we can protect our climate and river communities from decades of fracked gas pollution.



Kalama Methanol Refinery public hearing 1/23 »

January 12th, 2017: [ January 23, 2017; 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ] Public hearing to determine if building the world’s largest methanol refinery is a good fit for the Columbia River (aka “the Shorelines Substantial Development permit”)



Protect our air from the Kalama Methanol Refinery »

December 8th, 2016: [ February 6, 2017; ] We need your help to stop the world’s largest natural gas-to-methanol refinery in the small town of Kalama, Washington. A draft permit to dump toxic pollution into the air is out for public comment and decision-makers need to hear from you. Deadline: Feb. 6, 2017.