The world’s largest pipeline company ran away from a hint of public scrutiny,
like FERC changed its commission meeting date to try to avoid protesters.
Maybe… public opinion matters?
The pipeline companies are watching all the opposition.
And the opposition is shadowing all the pipeline companies.
Score one for the opposition!
Plus plenty of opportunities coming up for more concerted opposition
against any new fossil fuel tentacles through our countryside or under our rivers.
Mary Landers, Savannah Morning News, 16 September 2015,
Kinder Morgan cancels ‘spotlight’ on Elba operations, Continue reading Kinder Morgan bolts from emergency planning meeting in Savannah
Oppose one fossil fuel boondoggle; oppose them all.
KMI also has applied for a FERC permit to
build a pipeline from Suwannee County, FL to Jacksonville,
which is gearing up for LNG export.
That KMI application says Sabal Trail can connect if it wants to.
Coastal Group of the Georgia Sierra Club, on facebook, today,
ATTEND THIS PUBLIC MEETING IF YOU CAN!
This will be our opportunity learn about Texas energy giant Kinder
Morgan’s disaster plan for the proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG)
export terminal at Elba Island. If permitted to come online, 4
million metric tons of LNG would be processed by, and exported from,
the facility annually—in close proximity to densely populated
neighborhoods at the mouth of Savannah’s port. A worst-case event
would be extremely destructive to lives, property, and the
DATE: Wednesday, September 16, 10:00AM
LOCATION: Savannah Civic Center, 301 W Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA 31401