Judge Rules Bluegrass Pipeline Companies Don’t Have Power of Eminent Domain

A Franklin County judge has ruled in favor of Kentucky residents who challenged whether companies have the power to invoke eminent domain to build a controversial natural gas liquids pipeline across the state.

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U.S. propane shortage provides lessons for debate over oil and gas exports

Elizabeth Douglass, INSIDECLIMATE NEWS
Last updated: Tuesday, March 11, 2014, 2:23 PM

As the nation charges toward energy independence, many Americans learned an important lesson this winter: Just because the country is awash in domestic fuel doesn’t mean it will be there when they need it most.

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Joe Pitts is Funded by Williams Partners

www.opensecrets.org reports that Representative Joe Pitts received $3,000 in contributions from WIlliams partners and additional funding from 7 other oil & Gas companies for this year. For more information click here.

Pitts is currently an active supporter of Oil & Gas and has repeatedly voted in favor of creating pipelines and removing obstacles for the oil companies. For information on his voting history click here

If we are to affect this pipeline Joe Pitts will have to be swayed.

Pipeline has already been defeated by neighboring counties


County no longer included in plans for 120-mile natural gas pipeline

AD CRABLE Staff Writer

The latest proposed route for a 120-mile Marcellus Shale natural gas pipeline through southeastern Pennsylvania does not include Lancaster County.

The $1 billion north-south Commonwealth Pipeline would pass farther east than originally proposed, running through Berks and Chester counties and missing Lancaster County altogether….

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PA Democrat Party Votes to End Marcellus Shale Drilling Statewide

Pro Fracking site condemns action taken against fracking.

“The news is this: Last weekend the Pennsylvania State Democratic Committee–representatives from the entire Democrat party from around the state–met in beautiful Lancaster, PA and voted by an overwhelming majority (115 to 81) to pass a resolution calling for the immediate halt to fracking in the state. …”

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Senator Robert Casey has Changing Views on LP Gas

Bob Casey has voted against Fracking but also courts gas processing plants ito PA. for more information Click Here

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