KMI was already trying to sell off its Palmetto petroleum products pipeline project across coastal Georgia before:
- Friday the South Carolina Senate passed a five-year moratorium on “private, for-profit pipeline companies’ potential ability to purchase land against property owners’ wishes”,
- then Monday the Georgia House of Representatives passed an eminent domain moratorium on that type of pipeline,
- and Tuesday an appelate judge denied KMI’s appeal against the Georgia Department of Transportation denying it a permit.
That’s two strikes in Georgia, and another in South Carolina. Three strikes, KMI!
But Florida, watch out. Continue reading