Riverkeeper Appeals Atlantic Sunrise Lawsuit to US Supreme Court

Maya van Rossum, THE Delaware Riverkeeper

THE Delaware Riverkeeper, Maya van Rossum, along with a couple of radicals from Lancaster County flying under the name Lancaster Against Pipelines (the Clatterbucks), are hoping they can convince the United States Supreme Court to consider a case that a series of lower courts have dismissed–a case that would shut down the now-operating Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline.
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Big Green has Cost America $110B by Blocking Energy Projects

A new report (full copy below) by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Energy Institute (GEI) found that the anti-energy “Keep it in the Ground” (KIITG) movement has prevented at least $91.9 billion in domestic economic activity and eliminated nearly 730,000 job opportunities. In addition, federal, state, and local governments have missed out on more than $20 billion in tax revenue.
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Energy Stories of Interest: Thu, Jan 10, 2019

MARCELLUS/UTICA REGION: Gov. Wolf says for PA to have a strong natural gas industry, we need pipelines; Now is the time to build the Appalachian Storage Hub; PA natural gas industry paying its fair share; OTHER U.S. REGIONS: Natural gas permit draws hundreds to hearing in southern Oregon; Elgin’s garbage trucks soon all will be running on natural gas; NATIONAL: Williams appoints Scott Hallam as Senior VP of Atlantic-Gulf operating area; Utilities speed up closure of coal-fired power plants; Steady natural gas rig count might be trouble for prices; Minorities poised to take advantage of oil and gas boom; U.S. natural gas prices sink on mild weather and hedge fund sales; The natural gas price crash isn’t over; Part 2 – More U.S. LPG export capacity on the way?; INTERNATIONAL: The Middle East, Africa, and Asia now drive nearly all global energy consumption growth; B.C. Premier John Horgan expecting ‘peaceful resolution’ to natural gas pipeline protest.
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