One month before
Spectra “suspended” its Pennsylvania to Carolina
pipeline plans, a Virginia county passed a resolution saying it didn’t want it.
please don’t cross our river like Hamilton County, Florida.
Don’t come through here at all, said Rappahannock County, Virginia.
Piedmont Environmental Council,
Rappahannock County Passes Resolution Opposing Spectra Alignment
A resolution titled “Rappahannock County Opposition To The
Construction of An Underground Natural Gas Transmission LIne within
Its Jurisdiction,” was passed by the Rappahannock Board of
Supervisors on July 7, 2014. The resolution urges Duke Energy to
select another proposed corridor for its energy needs.
the resolution. Continue reading Supervisors oppose any Spectra alignment through Rappahannock County , VA
Pipeline objections from landowners, taxpayers, local and state government
agencies, environmental groups, and historical societies caused mighty
Spectra to “suspend” its unnamed $4 billion methane pipeline from Pennsylvania
fracking grounds through Virginia to Duke Energy plants near
the sea in North Carolina.
Similar opposition can make Spectra and Williams and FPL and Duke
think again about their proposed $3 billion Transco -> Sabal Trail -> FSC
hundred-foot gouge through Alabama, Georgia, and Florida
three already-authorized LNG export operations in Florida.
This was apparently the first report, by John Bruce,
for The Recorder
of Monterey, Highland County, Virginia, 7 August 2014,
Spectra suspends pipeline proposal, Continue reading Spectra suspends mid-Atlantic pipeline to the sea