Albany and Dougherty County are more opposed than ever to the invader from Houston.
Carlton Fletcher, Albany Herald, 11 July 2015,
Silent protest focuses on pipeline issues:
Citizens gather to oppose natural gas pipeline, compressor station,
Even as a group of around 50 anti-pipeline activists gathered
Saturday for a “silent protest” near the proposed site
of a compressor station that would be part of the 460-mile Sabal
Trail natural gas pipeline, an assumed candidate for Continue reading Silent protest against Sabal Trail in Albany, GA
Safety, property values, insurance, schools: same concerns about Spectra’s
Algonquin pipeline as about its Sabal Trail pipeline.
Plus Algonquin runs by the safety-paper-forging Indian Point nuke!
Nothing to worry about, says Spectra’s Marylee Hanley,
same as she said about that compressor leak at Steckman Ridge,
and same as Spectra said about Searsmont, Maine, where residents
say they were lied to.
New York residents aren’t buying that; they don’t want their property and lives risked for LNG export profit.
They already had 50 people
in a meeting in July, and they’re doing more.
has actually denied a Spectra Algonquin pipeline permit before;
time to do it again!
Lanning Taliaferro wrote for Ossining-Croton-on-Hudson Patch 25 August 2014,
Opponents Set Sept. 3, 4, 13 Info Sessions on Natural Gas Pipeline Project,
Residents and elected officials throughout Westchester and Putnam Continue reading Citizens meet against Spectra’s Algonquin pipeline
Spectra Energy refuses to say much about
a compressor station leak in Maine, much like the one in Pennsylvania
in March 2013.
Spectra’s Susan Waller did offer that in a real emergency
everyone would have been evacuated.
Who wants that next to the five compressor stations
Spectra proposes along the Sabal Trail Transmission pipeline
it wants to gouge through Alabama, Georgia, and Florida?
Abigail Curtis wrote for Bangor Daily News 15 January 2014,
‘The most terrifying experience’: Residents question safety in wake of malfunction at Searsmont natural gas pipeline station,
First came the noise late New Year’s Eve at the Searsmont natural
gas pipeline compressor station, so loud that it caused nearby homes
to shake and some residents, frightened by the jet-engine-like roar,
to pack up their cars and flee for the night.
Then came the questions, as some members of the normally quiet rural
community wondered how safe — or dangerous — it is to
live so close to the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline facility. The
station was shut down for Continue reading “The most terrifying experience”: Spectra blows another compressor station