As reported in mainstream media outlet USA Today, opposition to LNG pipelines is causing the natural gas pipeline industry headaches.
Industry executives say they need additional laws to allow them to gouge pipelines across our water and property so that they may export their gas to other countries solely profiting their industry. There is no public necessity and/or need for these pipelines.
To quote Diane Leopold, the president of Dominion Energy, Continue reading USA Today – Gas Pipeline Companies Feel the Heat of Opposition →
FERC can’t face the heat!
But the rubberstamp machine can’t hide, either.
It’s a safe bet protesters will be there at the new date.
Alex Guillén, Politico, 8 May 2015,
FERC moves May meeting to avoid protestors,
ATTENTION FERC WORLD — MAY MEETING MOVED UP TO AVOID PROTESTS:
FERC has moved up its monthly May meeting at the recommendation of
federal law enforcement in order to avoid planned large-scale
protests. The commissioner’s regularly scheduled monthly public
meeting had been slated to take place on May 21, but because of
plans for protest actions involving potentially hundreds of people,
FERC has moved up the meeting to next Thursday, May 14. The decision
was made after a recommendation from the Federal Protective Service
“to better ensure the safety of its staff and the public
during the protests planned for May 21 at FERC headquarters,”
FERC spokesman Craig Cano wrote in an email.
About the protests: An umbrella group called
Beyond Extreme Energy
that charges FERC is Continue reading FERC running scared of protesters moves meeting date up to 14 May 2015 →
Facebook event by Dr. Michael Noll:
Friday at 4:00pm – 5:00 pm
2110 N Patterson Street
Zombies, monsters, ghosts, and inhuman pipelines join forces to STOP Sabal Trail Pipeline!
That’s in Valdosta, Georgia, in front of the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline office.
can march from VSU, go to this protest at the Sabal Trail office in Valdosta (facebook event), and onwards to
the Sabal Trail Open House in Jasper, FL, all today.
Joe Adgie wrote for the VDT 21 October 2104,
Sabal pipeline protest today,
VALDOSTA — Wiregrass Activists for Clean Energy will be
protesting the proposed Sabal Trail Pipeline today.
The protest will be located on the corner of Park Avenue and
Patterson Street from 4-5 p.m.
The VDT neglected to mention that that’s Sabal Trail’s Valdosta office address,
Sabal Trail opened back in December. Continue reading Sabal pipeline protest today –VDT →
Dr. Michael Noll posted in a
Join us at the corner of Park Avenue and Patterson Street for a protest against Sabal Trail Pipeline this Tuesday, September 9, 4-5 pm! (You can find parking in the back of the building.)
He added: Continue reading Protest at Sabal Trail Pipeline Valdosta office →
225 years after the French Revolution began with the storming of the Bastille
on 14 July 1789, an activist dressed as the Statue of Liberty,
a French gift to the United States, was one of 24 arrested
in front of FERC, protesting fracking, pipelines, and LNG export.
Brandon Baker wrote for EcoWatch 14 July 2014,
24 Anti-Fracking Activists Arrested in Washington at First-Ever FERC Sit-In Protest,
Twenty-four anti-fracking activists were arrested Monday morning in Washington D.C. in protest of proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals in the U.S., according to environmental groups tweeting from the scene.
The protest centered on Cove Point, an export terminal that Continue reading Arrests at anti-fracking FERC sit-in protest →
European leaders and the U.S. president are aware of opposition
to fracking, even in Europe.
Robin Emmott and Jan Strupczewski wrote for Reuters 26 March 2014,
Obama tells EU to do more to cut reliance on Russian gas,
U.S. President Barack Obama told the European Union on Wednesday it
cannot rely on the United States alone to reduce its dependency on
Russian energy, as relations with Moscow chill over its seizure of
Crimea from Ukraine.
There is some bad news:
Speaking on a visit Continue reading Protests work, even against TPP, TAFTA, and EU demands for U.S. methane exports after Ukraine →
If you can’t get to Kissimmee today, you can watch it live
on the Osceola County Commission’s website.
And if you can’t get to that one, the pipelines are coming up at four other county commission meetings in Georgia and Florida from today through next week.
In addition to
local landowner Monica Martin,
the local Thai temple will also speak,
Wat Florida Dhammaram,
Theravāda Buddhist Temple.
And that’s not all:
Noon today, Monday, 10 February 2014,
Colquitt County Commission on Sabal Trail pipeline at their Work Session.
5PM tomorrow, Tuesday, 11 February 2014,
Lowndes County Commission Meeting and Protest at their Regular Session.
7PM tomorrow, Tuesday, 11 February 2014,
Colquitt County Commission on Sabal Trail pipeline at their Regular Session.
5PM Thursday, 20 February 2014,
3 minutes a question at Gilchrist County Commission at their Regular Session.
Even many FPL allies oppose new methane pipelines,
because of water, safety, health, fracking, property values, and other issues,
and even county commissions in all three directly affected states
(Lee County, Alabama started way back in May 2014)
are having to respond to citizen concerns about unnecessary,
environmentally damaging, and property-taking methane pipelines.
Let’s go straight to solar and wind power!
Protesting begins at 5:00 pm and the meeting will start at 5:30,
Tuesday 11 February 2014. Residents can speak out during the “citizens wishing to be heard” section.
Sign up on the
or come as you are.
Lowndes County Board of Commissioners 327 N. Ashley St – Commission Chambers, 2nd Floor Administration Building Valdosta, GA.
And what has the county attorney been
discussing about the Sabal Trail pipeline?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Valdosta, December 13,
2013 –Landowners and others can talk directly to the
federal oversight agency that has to approve any new
pipelines will be at an Open House they required Sabal Trail
Transmission to hold Clyattville Elementary Monday evening.
For those who are unable to stand and circulate the room an
area will be provided and representatives from the Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) have been assigned just
for this area. Protesters against the pipeline will be out
front starting at 4PM.
5:00 PM to
Monday, December 16 th 2013
Clyattville Elementary School
5386 Madison Highway
Valdosta, GA 31601
Phone: (229) 559-7062
Spectra Energy proposes a hundred-foot-wide gash
through our lands for their huge 36 inch Sabal Trail
gas pipeline from Alabama through Georgia to feed Florida
Power and Light (FPL) for no benefit to local citizens. A
one-time payment is nowhere near adequate for permanent
destruction and hazards when FPL and Spectra would profit
Property values: Continue reading Talk to FERC at Clyattville Elementary Monday 2013-12-16 →