Like Kinder Morgan and its Palmetto Project through southeast Georgia,
Spectra Energy, also of Houston, acts entitled to gouge its
Sabal Trail fracked methane
pipeline through southwest Georgia,
taking local lands,
causing widespread environmental destruction,
and risking leaks and explosions local and state taxes would have to pay for.
Come hear about the fight so far against this invader
and some ideas on what to do next,
7PM Thursday May 21st in Savannah. WWALS President John S. Quarterman and
an affected landowner will speak.
State and local taxes will end up paying to clean up any leaks or explosions
from either pipeline: both Spectra Energy from Houston, half owner of Sabal Trail,
and Kinder Morgan from Houston, behind the Palmetto Project,
tell the SEC every year they don’t have enough insurance to cover
Push Back the Pipeline,
recently convinced Georgia Governor Nathan Deal
to oppose the Palmetto pipeline,
and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, too.
Maybe they can help persuade both to oppose Sabal Trail.
Connect Savannah, today, (also on Push Back the Pipeline),
Georgia’s Other Unwanted and Unneeded Pipeline,
When: Thu., May 21, 7 p.m.
Where: First Presbyterian Church
520 Washington Ave Savannah-Eastside
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