Liquid Natural Gas (LNG): ENERGY FIRMS TARGET OREGON
Since late 2004, multiple energy companies have proposed large, controversial liquefied natural gas (LNG) developments along the Lower Columbia River and in Coos Bay. Currently, five proposals exist in Oregon, each of them generating concern among people who live, work, and recreate in their vicinity.
Liquified natural gas is similar to propane which is also liquified under pressure. Looking at the size of these tankers or the size of the proposed storage tanks for the LNG should set off alarms for anyone who is anywhere near one of these installations. Here's a video of a "Propane explosion in Korea".