Here’s how Spectra’s VP of Stakeholder Outreach Susan Waller actually implements her assertion quoted in the Valdosta Daily Times Tuesday.
“I want stakeholders to talk to us. They have to ask the questions so we can answer them,” Waller said. “Keep talking. Don’t shut down.”
Sabal Trail meeting leaves questions unanswered –VDT
Landowners from Lowndes and Brooks Counties, Georgia, and the local newspaper of record complaining questions were still unanswered by Sabal Trail and Spectra at the 16 Dec 2013 Clyattville Open House, continuing a pattern of multiple Spectra reps not answering questions.
Video of Spectra answering a question about Sabal Trail in Madison, FL @ Sabal 2013-12-17.
At the Madison, Florida Open House Tuesday, at least Spectra’s Susan Waller acknowledged (after accusing the person trying to show it to her of being “disruptive”) that her company had reported pipeline incidents to PHMSA when the evidence was right in front of her. But Sabal Trail continued to assert, “We have a safe operation”.
Susan Waller refusing to answer a question @ Sabal 2013-12-17.
Nevermind she just asked “what’s your question”. Then she refused to even listen to the question.
When I asked the FERC representatives at the Madison County meeting how to get Spectra to answer questions, they said file comments with FERC.