Sunday, September 27, 2020

Tag: pipeline

Court rules Bayou Bridge Pipeline ‘trampled’ rights of Louisiana landowners

“This is a victory not only for us but for all landowners.”

Supreme Court’s ruling delays Keystone XL Pipeline construction furthermore

"No oil pipeline is safe, and TransCanada’s record over the past decade does little to assuage concerns of a spill."

‘The future does not belong to you,’ climate campaigners say to...

"Thanks to the courageous activists who stood up to them, they have failed."

Shell’s Falcon Pipeline dogged by issues with drilling and permit uncertainty...

A DeSmog investigation found that Falcon’s construction has struggled with drilling problems and has continued even while one key water-crossing for the pipeline lacked state or federal permits.

Court reaffirms Keystone XL’s non-pipeline construction permit invalid, again

“Constructing pipelines through rivers, streams and wetlands without analyzing the impacts on imperiled species is unconscionable."

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, some pipeline projects push forward while others falter...

Nationwide, pipeline companies had already trimmed $1.9 billion from their 2020 budgets.

Louisiana landowners appeal Bayou Bridge Pipeline’s right to seize their land...

“It is surprising to many people that pipeline companies have been handed the extraordinary power of eminent domain over Louisiana landowners."

ACLU celebrates settlement ending unconstitutional efforts to silence pipeline protesters in...

“Let this be a lesson to other states: If you criminalize protest, we will sue.”

Dominion buys pipeline support at Supreme Court through GOP Attorneys General

With a key Atlantic Coast Pipeline appeal before the Supreme Court, US Attorney General Barr and Republican state Attorneys General have intervened in Dominion’s favor – while sharing close financial ties to the utility.

Energy regulators may reconsider rules critics say fueled America’s oil and...

“The mismatch suggests an infrastructure overbuild is underway in the short term, and we expect consolidation of many of these projects before they’re built.”

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