Florida’s Governor Rick Scott owns Williams Co. and other pipeline company
stock, and that’s an issue with FL-DEP’s intent to issue a permit for
Sabal Trail, says the reporter who broke the Rick Scott conflict story
a year ago.
Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog, 4 August 2015,
Gov. Scott’s pipeline investment gets a boost from Florida environmental regulators,
The Board of Trustees of Florida’s Internal Improvement Trust Fund
owns the submerged lands, according to DEP’s notice. The board is
comprised of the governor and Cabinet — Scott, Attorney
General Pam Bondi, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and state
chief financial officer Jeff Atwater.
There’s much more in the story, including that WWALS Watershed Coalition
intends to file a protest with FL-DEP by this Friday, August 7th.
WWALS confirms that,
and adds: Continue reading FL Gov. Scott Sabal Trail permit conflict of interest –FloridaBulldog →
Force Majeure, or an act of God, in other words “not our fault”,
that’s what a methane pipeline company calls
the 25-acre sinkhole in Assumption Parish, Louisiana.
The same thing could happen in
the soft limestone underlying all of Florida and south Georgia
that contains our Floridan Aquifer, the source of our drinking water.
Energy Transfer’s page for Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC under
|Notice Status Description:
|Reqrd Rsp Desc:
||No response required|
||Aug 15 2012 1:57PM|
||FORCE MAJEURE, Southern Portion of the Chacahoula Lateral & Napoleonville Interconnect, Assumption P|
|Notice Effective Date/Time:
||Aug 15 2012 1:54PM|
|Notice End Date/Time:
||Until further notice|
FORCE MAJEURE, Southern Portion of the Chacahoula Lateral & Napoleonville Interconnect, Assumption Parish, Louisiana (Revision #1) Continue reading Pipeline subsidence is Force Majeure –Florida Gas Transmission →