Spectra Energy will tell us how great their proposed pipeline will be, as it cuts a 100-foot wide path from Anniston, Alabama to Orlando, Florida through south Georgia, using eminent domain to make you sell your land, to deliver gas from fracking in Pennsylvania for the benefit of Florida Power and Light. Maybe you’d like to ask Spectra reps Brian Fahrenthold or Andrea Grover a few questions, like can we see a map of the proposed route, with parcel numbers, and what about those fines for violating federal regulations and Spectra’s own corporate operating procedures?
Added: facebook event.
- Tonight (Wednesday) 16 October 2013 5:00-7:30 pm.
Wiregrass Georgia Tech (Atrium)
4089 Val Tech Road
The Wiregrass Tech contact is Christy Cobb; she wasn’t in when I called yesterday. Tech’s web server still seems to be down, but Google has cached her as:
New LAKE blog posts about this pipeline will appear here.
- Spectra Energy in Moultrie about Sabal Trail Pipeline
- Sabal Trail Pipeline Context maps –Spectra Energy and FPL
- GIS maps of Sabal Trail pipeline preferred route
- Greenlaw concerned about Sabal Trail pipeline
- Florida Power and Light selected Sabal Trail for pipeline through Georgia
- Spectra never bothered to check pipeline for corrosion –Spectra employee
- Spectra backtracks about pipeline incident
- VDT starts to catch up about pipeline
- WALB on Spectra about that AL-GA-FL natural gas pipeline
- Spectra speaks about that AL-GA-FL natural gas pipeline
- Pipeline concerns about Flint River and Floridan Aquifer heard by Dougherty County Commission
- Pipeline opposition growing
- Path of proposed pipeline through Lowndes County
- Sabal Trail natural gas pipeline letters to Lowndes County
- Lowndes County takes no responsibility for the pipeline –Bill Slaughter @ LCC 2013-06-25