For over a year, Puget Sound Energy has claimed that a 550-foot safety zone is all that is required. They say they have run the appropriate model to prove it. They say that the other information provided by anti-LNG activist claiming a 3.5-mile safety zone is false and not supported.
The planned 594-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline will run from West Virginia all the way to Robeson County, N.C. — the ancestral land of the Lumbee, the largest Native American tribe east of the Mississippi. Source: A Pipeline in the Sand
There are terrorists involved in fracking and related pipeline development – if that’s the word the law enforcement wishes to use – but they are not the opponents to the pipeline; rather the ones terrorizing people and the environment are the corporations building the pipelines. These include Duke Energy of Charlotte, Dominion Resources of Richmond, […]
In the weeks leading up to the FERC approval of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, several news articles were published speculating that tree clearing would begin for the pipeline as soon as mid November. The Roanoke Times first mentioned in an article published on September 28th that there was a push to begin tree clearing by […]