Residents unhappy with noise coming from South Hook LNG have turned to the internet to get their voices heard.
The issue of noise at the site has caused controversy ever since LNG tankers started arriving in March 2009.
Now, the South Hook LNG Noise group has set up the website www.southhooknoise.co.uk.
According to the site's homepage, its purpose is to: "Help locals identify what the noises are they can hear in their homes, their characteristics, and how to make a complaint.
"We are dedicated to having a positive outcome to the noise issues."
The site has had almost 1500 hits since being established on May 12. It provides contact details for the Pembrokeshire County Council Port Health Team, and advises anyone with concerns to speak to their local MP or Assembly Member.
A group member said they had records of when vessels had visited and disrupted residents, and that people had been "extremely disappointed" with the lack of communication from South Hook LNG.
A spokesman for South Hook LNG said the group was aware that residents in the "immediate vicinity" still had concerns over ship noise.
"We are currently working closely with the ships' operating company and the relevant local authorities to support the efforts being made to address the issue," he said.
Mayor of Milford Haven, Councillor Eric Harries, said he understood South Hook was working to address concerns, and that the he issue will be discussed at the South Hook LNG community liaison committee