By Mirza Duran Puget Energy’s LNG unit still expects to fire up its liquefied natural gas facility in the Port of Tacoma on the US West Coast next year.
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Washington-based Puget Energy is the parent company of both state energy utility Puget Sound Energy and Puget LNG, which are building the $310 million facility.
Puget LNG says the plant located south of Seattle is almost complete with only some electrical and instrumentation work remaining.
“We are still on track for starting the plant in the first quarter of 2021,” the facility’s developer said.
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