Fracking Pipeline Draws Last-Minute Protests

Expect more of this.

“In a last-ditch effort to block construction of a controversial [Marcellus Shale] natural gas pipeline in northeastern Pennsylvania to [a New Jersey pot], campaigners urged an interstate regulator on Friday to review the project’s environmental impact.

Read more in the New York Times.

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One response to “Fracking Pipeline Draws Last-Minute Protests

  1. Right. The loss of forest and the degradation of wetlands, and they forgot to mention, it will look ugly on satellite pictures. No single leaf must be allowed to fall to a dirty energy project.

    How many pipelines are already crossing the Delaware River?

    http://www.eia.gov/pub/oil_gas/natural_gas/analysis_publications/ngpipeline/northeast.html

    Oh, I forget — those carry conventional gas, and this new one is for fracking gas. ¡No pasarán!

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