The oil may never reach Bismark because it will pollute Lake Sakakawea on the Missouri River first.
Or it could go all the way down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico
and join BP’s oil.
Let’s stop building more of them.
Solar power is faster, cheaper, and far safer.
Jessica Summers, Bloomberg news, 18 January 2015,
Oil Spills Into Yellowstone River After Montana Crude Pipe Leak,
Oil pumped in the Bakken leaked from a pipeline into the Yellowstone
River near Glendive in Montana on Saturday.
Continue reading Oil pipeline leak into Yellowstone River, upstream from Little Missouri National Park, Williston, and Bismark
In a county already famous for sinkholes, the fire and police
department just had to move off of a sinkhole.
Sabal Trail wants to poke a yard-wide pipeline on a hundred-foot
right of way right through that area, and under rivers,
some of which already leak underground.
How about solar power for the Sunshine State instead?
11 July 2014,
Williston Has A New Sinkhole – UNDER the Police Dept. and Fire Station,
A new sinkhole in Williston, but it’s not forming just anywhere.
It’s underneath the police station and fire department. GTN’s Hailey
Holloway has more on the problem and what the city is trying to do
to prevent a disaster.
Heavy rain getting into the Florida soil is causing the building to
shift and crack and buckle.
“Unless by the grace of God it rains everywhere but Williston, we’re
going to have issues.”
The problems started Continue reading Williston fire and police station relocated due to sinkhole: Sabal Trail wants pipeline through there
There’s a tiny amount of news coverage about the
all of which are listed on the
The resume Monday evening in Lumpkin, GA and Williston, FL.
Before that, Monday morning, the Lowndes County Commission, Georgia,
Spectra speak at their 8:30 AM Monday 9 December Work Session,
to answer questions submitted in advance by the public.
Morgan Watkins wrote for Gainesville.com Wednesday,
Public gets chance Thursday to learn more about proposed pipeline,
Sabal Trail Transmission, the company building a 474-mile
natural-gas pipeline from Alabama into Florida, has begun a round of
open houses for the public and will host one Thursday evening for
Alachua and Gilchrist counties.
The open house will run from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Bell High
School, located at 930 S. Main St. in Bell, and provide an
opportunity for people in the community to learn more about the
pipeline that eventually will run through the area.
Or won’t run through, if enough people oppose it. Continue reading Open Houses in Florida, and Spectra before the Lowndes County Commission in Georgia