Transco spilled oil into the Etowah River,
the same Transco
of the Hillabee Expansion Project in the Southeast Market Pipelines Project with Sabal Trail.
According to a local report Transco did nothing to clean up the oil or damage to the riverbed.
This was part of Transco’s Dalton Expansion Project, FERC docket CP15-117,
one of the
many segmented projects discovered by WWALS Watershed Coalition
that should have been considered cumulatively by FERC as part of SMPP,
according to FERC’s own rules and a federal court ruling.
The Etowah River crossing is by open cut instead of HDD. Here’s why.
Accession Number: 20160502-5381,
“EPA Region 4 review/comments for Dalton Expansion EA, CP15-117”, Continue reading Etowah River boring incident, Transco Dalton Expansion Project pipeline
It sure looks like all Cowboys and Indians as far as fossil fuel
companies are concerned, and the only Cowboys are the fossil fuel executives
First Nations just won a temporary victory in New Brunswick, Canada
against fracking company
a wholly owned subsidiary of
Southwestern Energy of Houston, Texas.
Landowners and other pipeline opponents in the U.S. southeast
maybe can stop a methane pipeline that could well connect all the
way up to those same contested shale fields in New Brunswick.
APTN national news wrote yesterday,
SWN ending exploration work in NB, will be back in 2015: Elsipogtog War Chief Levi,
ELSIPGOTG FIRST NATION, NB—A Houston-based energy company that
has faced ferocious resistance from a Mi’kmaq-led coalition is
ending its shale gas exploration work for the year, says Elsipogtog
War Chief John Levi.
Levi said Friday that the RCMP informed him that SWN Resources
Canada is ending its exploration work, but will return in 2015.
SWN is not Spectra Energy.
SWN fracks for gas; Spectra mostly transports it in pipelines.
But look at Spectra’s own map,
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