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Davenport Landowners Say NO to Horizontal Hydraulic Fracturing

by Rachel Goff in Fracking , Pipeline


Key Truck Route Maps Missing From FERC DEIS

November 19, 2014, by Support Team in FERC DEIS , Pipeline

The "Constitution" Pipeline Company (CP) has released maps showing the heavy truck traffic routes for the construction of the proposed pipeline. Basically every town and county road within three to five miles would be used.

All of this information should have been included in the DEIS. See the maps here.



Water Testing and Inspection of Buildings

November 3, 2014, by Support Team in Pipeline
Some landowners have recently received letters from Vibra-Tech, a subcontractor of the “Constitution” Pipeline Co., asking permission to test their well water (or spring), and to document the inside of their homes. These requests raise many issues and concerns.


Refuse all access !!!

June 12, 2014, by Support Team in Pipeline

In November 2012, I refused to give Constitution Pipeline (CP) permission to survey my land and will continue to do so. This dangerous high-pressure interstate gas pipeline would ruin my property as well as that of my neighbors. The fight to stop them has been fierce and the outcome undecided.

In June of 2014, to my dismay, I received a package about the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Northeast Energy Direct Project, announcing an even larger pipeline, again asking for permission to survey.

They enclosed a map of my property. At first glance it looked like CP's map. Upon closer inspection I saw a slight difference. The pipelines appear to be parallel running side by side about 100 feet apart. 

My message is that once there's a pipeline, many more will follow. The pipelines will spawn heavy industry and fracking.

The best way to stop this destruction of our way of life is to refuse all access and state that you will fight them. Spread the word… it’s essential.



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by Support Team in FERC DEIS , FERC Hearing , Pipeline


All Banks said they would not consider a Mortgage loan for my property

by Support Team in FERC DEIS , FERC Hearing , Pipeline

Mark E Archambault, local resident, discusses issue around getting a mortgage from SFCU, Community Bank, and NBT bank.

"All Banks said they would not consider a Mortgage loan for my property if indeed a pipe line lease and pipe line existed on this property. The loan officers said this would be because of their liability on the property."



Propane Shortage: Does the present predict the future?

February 3, 2014, by Rachel Goff in Fracking , Pipeline

So, the other day I was wondering why some portions of this country were dealing with shortages of propane and the accompanying price spikes.  Since information is readily available via the internet, I searched on” propane shortage” to check out the situation.  The article I read cited two main reasons for the current shortage: first, a lot of propane was used last fall to help dry a bumper crop of corn, and secondly, more propane was exported out of the United States than usually occurs because market pricing made it more profitable to export than to retain the propane for domestic use.  Drying corn grown in this country?  Corn is used in a wide variety of foods for people plus animal feeds and to make ethanol, thus this part of the explanation seemed very reasonable to me.  Exporting domestic supplies of propane, thereby creating semi-localized shortages and huge price increases for people who need this fuel to heat their homes during this very challenging winter?  Troubling, to say the least.  What does this have to do with Constitution Pipeline?  Although we are told the fracked gas from Pennsylvania filling the Constitution Pipeline, if built, will be sent to domestic markets to the benefit of domestic customers, it seems that world market pricing will have much more to do with the destination of the gas than words on paper in an application sent to FERC.  What do you think?



Increasing numbers refuse access to their land

by Hazen Reed in Pipeline
Increasing numbers refuse access to their land

The annual Cabot Community Picnic, a highly popular Susquehanna County event, drew 7,000 attendees from both Pennsylvania and New York. These guys know how to cultivate community favor. Do not be taken in.



Picnic draws 7000 attendees to Williams and Cabot

by Hazen Reed in Pipeline

The annual Cabot Community Picnic, a highly popular Susquehanna County event, drew 7,000 attendees from both Pennsylvania and New York. These guys know how to cultivate community favor. Do not be taken in.