Many eyes watching pipeline construction can catch shoddy work,
and even FDEP will step in to deal with the most egregious violations,
as Spectra and Rockford for FPL rush to try to finish by May 2017.
Shannon Larsen’s complaint to Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP)
at least briefly shut down destruction by Florida Southeast Connection (FSC)
at Ft Drum Creek, just south of Ft. Drum, Florida.
On the telephone just now she told me work had indeed been halted.
Right now Shannon is in Okeechobee City starting
a rally to stop pipelines across Florida
at Continue reading Complaint to FDEP stops FSC construction in Okeechobee County, FL →
Offshore deepwater LNG import project Port Dolphin was approved by FERC in 2009,
despite interventions by a long list of other pipeline companies, FPL, and other entities.
FERC granted Port Dolphin permission to interconnect with
Gulfstream and Florida Gas Transmission, the two pipelines FPL
requires Sabal Trail to connect to.
What if Port Dolphin files to export LNG, as so many other import-permitted
projects are doing?
own website doesn’t seem to be responding.
Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine
a cached copy from 12 January 2014, with this map:
Manatee Chamber of Commerce lists Port Dolphin’s contact information as: Continue reading Port Dolphin off Tampa already approved by FERC for LNG import →