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Fracked Gas Informational Forum

  • Redmond Public Library 15990 Northeast 85th Street Redmond, WA, 98052 United States (map)

Fossil fuel companies are attempting to turn the Northwest into a thoroughfare for fracked gas exports. A key part of their strategy is to site the world's largest methanol refinery and export terminal on the Columbia River in Southwest Washington. This refinery would consume more gas than any sector of Washington’s economy, requiring gas pipeline expansions through King County, and opening the floodgates for fracked gas usage and exports in our state.

Join us for an informational forum with Sightline Institute's Eric de Place about this proposal and find out how to keep fracked gas out of Washington! Dr. Mark Vossler will also speak about the health consequences of fracked gas and methanol.

Thursday, September 14th   

7:30-8:30 PM

Redmond Public Library: 15990 NE 85th Street, Redmond, WA

Sponsored by: Sierra Club, Columbia Riverkeeper, 350 Seattle, South Seattle Climate Action Network, Earth Ministry, and WPSR

Earlier Event: September 6
Fracked Gas Informational Forum
Later Event: September 30
Open Planning Meeting: Economic Inequality