Where is FLiNG Energy and its
“partners in Indiantown”
that it expects to help it quadruple its LNG capacity in the
first quarter of 2016?
All along FPL’s pipeline to the sea, and PCBs, too.
So convenient for LNG export from the proposed Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline!
lists its contact address as
15328 SW Warfield Blvd. Indiantown, FL 34956.
this unassuming storefront that google maps shows with “Indiantown Realty”
on the front: Continue reading Where are Floridian LNG and FLiNG Energy?
FPL and Spectra could lose, because many organizations and individuals
don’t want dirty methane pipelines when we can go straight to conservation,
efficiency, and solar and wind power.
Kevin Spear wrote for the Orlando Sentinel
19 January 2014
Pipeline to bring natural gas to state,
Florida Power & Light Co. is on the cusp of getting the pipeline it
has long wanted to carry natural gas from elsewhere in the nation to
Central and South Florida to run the utility’s power plants.
But the proposed $3.6 billion project, which FPL hopes to start
using in 2017, has drawn mixed responses from even groups that are
Among them, Audubon Florida lauds natural gas as cleaner than coal
when burned by power plants, while
Sierra Club Florida opposes the
line as likely to ensure that the state becomes further addicted to
the fuel at the expense of developing solar power.
Other negative reactions include:
Contention by many environmentalists that the use of natural gas on
the whole — from drilling to consuming — is as damaging
to the environment as the use of coal.
Concerns that the route of the proposed pipeline is potentially
harmful to Florida wetlands and aquifers.
Criticism from some environmental groups that Continue reading Even many FPL allies oppose new methane pipelines