It’s about Kinder Morgan’s Palmetto petroleum products pipeline, but eminent domain for Spectra’s private profit from its proposed Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline. From the facebook event by our sibling Satilla Riverkeeper:
When: 7PM Friday 15 January 2016
Where: Theater by the Trax, 100 Osborn Street, St Marys, GA 31558
Join Satilla Riverkeeper, St. Marys Earthkeeper and film maker Mark Albertin for the release of a new documentary called “At What Cost? Pipelines, Pollution and Eminent Domain in the Rural South”. This is a FREE event but limited to the first 160 attendees.
This film discusses the controversial Kinder Morgan Palmetto Pipeline, a proposed 360 mile long petroleum pipeline that would bring 167,000 barrels of oil from Belton South Carolina to Jacksonville Florida, crossing over 400 private properties and through 5 of Georgia’s major rivers, including the Satilla and St. Marys. The film features interviews with landowners and conservationists discussing their concerns about the project.
Join us for the documentary and Q&A session with the film producer after the event!
Also in Augusta, Wednesday January 13th.
And in Brunswick Monday January 25th.