Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/MY-Esperanza-in-Sagunto--Spain-27MDHUWZZXX0.htmlConceptually similarMY Esperanza in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGFJCompleted★★★★MY Esperanza in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGFFCompleted★★★★Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGF9Completed★★★★Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGF5Completed★★★★Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGFRCompleted★★★★★★Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGFMCompleted★★★★Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGFPCompleted★★★★Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGFQCompleted★★★★Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGP1SWGF2Completed★★★★View AllGP1SWGFIMY Esperanza in Sagunto, SpainThe MY Esperanza with the Enagas Regasification Plant in Sagunto port in the background. A banner on the ship reads "El gas no es el futuro" (No future in gas).Locations:Europe-Sagunto-SpainDate:26 Oct, 2021Credit:© Pedro Armestre / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6240px X 4160pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Industrial structures-KWCI (GPI)-Liquid Natural Gas (LNG)-MY Esperanza-Natural gas industry-OutdoorsShoot:Activists Block Gas Tanker in Sagunto, SpainGreenpeace Spain carries out an action with activists from 18 different nationalities. The activists from onboard the ship MY Esperanza and inflatable boats block the entrance of Sagunto port, in Spain, to prevent the Merchant vessel loaded with liquefied fossil gas from entering. The peaceful protest comes as an extraordinary meeting of European energy ministers takes place in Luxembourg, where they are to discuss the impact of rising energy prices and possible solutions.The activists carry banners with the messages “Gas is sinking our future”, “NO + GAS” and “FOSSIL FREE REVOLUTION”. Greenpeace is calling on EU energy ministers to protect vulnerable people hit by energy price spikes caused by volatile gas, and to speed up the phase-out of all fossil fuels, including gas, to avoid future crises.