This meeting format sounds like the Open Houses Sabal Trail held to snow and bully landowners.
And notice it’s always “80 percent survey approval”,
yet we never get to see any list of landowners?
Plus pipeline companies are always working to improve their safety record,
except it never seems to improve.
See below for some recent highlights of KMI’s long lack of safety record.
T.J. Lundeen, North Augusta Star, 21 May 2015,
Palmetto Pipeline of confusion: Session in North Augusta leaves many baffled, Continue reading KMI playing same tricks for Palmetto as Sabal Trail did
Should we add to Georgia’s string of serious pipeline accidents
(worse than Florida’s) by letting a pipeline company with
fines for corrosion and leaks from PHMSA and
a record fine for PCB spills from EPA gash an even bigger pipeline
through our farms and past our towns, churches, and schools?
The data on Florida pipeline accidents
Ichetucknee Alliance’s position paper against the pipeline
(the position that got Spectra’s Andrea Grover to say the
“preferred” route had moved and “currently” there was no threat
to the Ichetucknee River or Columbia County, Florida);
that pipeline accident data
Pipeline Safety Tracker,
which finds an even worse pipeline safety record
for Georgia: 89 incidents, 7 fatalities, 36 injuries, and $56.3 million in property damage.
Among those Georgia incidents was
one near Albany, Georgia, 29 May 2004,
caused by “Environmental Cracking Related” which caused
$209,447 in property damage.
That could be a concern about a proposed pipeline put in by a company
whose employees told federal inspectors it
never conducted key test for corrosion.
Even worse was this one, Continue reading Georgia pipeline safety record worse than in Florida