It’s not just two connected pipelines; it’s at least five just in Florida.
Audubon Florida did endorse Sabal Trail starting with FPL’s first announcement.
And sure, Ms. Grover, your “safety programs are designed to prevent pipeline failures”, but they haven’t actually stopped numerous incidents of corrosion, leaks,
explosions, and compressor station blowouts.
Other than those things, it’s a pretty good story.
Beth Kassab and Kevin Spear, Orlando Sentinel, 2017-04-01,
Gas pipeline across Central Florida brings cheap energy and protests,
The WWALS Watershed Coalition, which advocates for protection of
Florida and Georgia rivers, has staunchly opposed nearly every
aspect of Sabal Trail, which crosses under the Suwannee, Santa Fe
and many other rivers.
South to Suwannee River, HDD Suwannee County, RoW with pipe already buried, 30.4117310, -83.1566490
Coalition spokesman John Quarterman called the pipeline a profit
bonanza for private companies and a boondoggle for utility
Well, I said it’s a boondoggle for the utility, namely FPL, at the expense
of its customers.
Here’s why I say that,
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