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
FERC is less transparent about a $3 billion project than a local
library board was about a $10 million project.
Last night in Valdosta FERC again failed to provide the RFP used in selecting
the environmental contractor to be used on all three of the proposed
connected methane pipelines.
I’ve never heard of any other tax-funded agency refusing to release an
RFP of which they have a copy. Have you?
FERC Kevin Bowman environmental protection specialist (pictured on the left)
said he’d never
heard anyone request an RFP before.
He should talk to his FERC co-worker John Peconom (pictured on the right),
because, as I mentioned when I stood up to talk, Peconom had already
refused to release that RFP.
make-up Open House in Moultrie
I asked John Peconom for: Continue reading FERC refuses to release RFP for environmental contractor