Atlantic Sunrise pipeline could begin moving gas Sept. 10; final landscaping delayed by storms

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Despite some delays in final landscaping work due to the recent heavy rains, the owner of the Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline has asked federal regulators for permission to activate the pipeline on Sept. 10. If approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, natural gas could begin flowing from fracking wells in northeastern Pennsylvania and...

After The Orange: Ruin And Recovery edited by Manny Frishberg (ebook review).

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‘After The Orange’ features twenty-four stories by a variety of writers contemplating the future of America and the world after 2032 or further ahead. The basic premise is that the current leader of the free world will make changes that have long-lasting effects. In the foreword, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough quotes an anthropologist discussing places and...

Fears Shannon LNG project could pave way for fracking in Ireland

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BRINGING a multi-million euro liquid natural gas (LNG) project to West Limerick could pave the way for fracking on the Shannon Estuary, a campaigner has warned. Johnny McElligott, Safety Before LNG, was speaking after it emerged that there are to be fresh delays to the scheme to pipe gas at a landbank between Ballylongford and Tarbert....

Cheshire anti-fracking groups team up to fight Ellesmere Port appeal – DRILL OR DROP?

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Campaign groups outside Cheshire West and Chester Council when the IGas application for Ellesmere Port was decided. Photo: Frack Free Upton, 25/1/2018 Campaign groups Ellesmere Port Frack Free and Frack Free Upton have joined forces to defend the decision to refuse planning permission for testing a gas well at Ellesmere Port. The scheme, proposed by...

IGas responds to community anger over protest injunction – DRILL OR DROP?

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Legal IGas responds to community anger over protest injunction Owl day event opposing fracking at the Springs Road, Misson site. Photo: Frack Free Misson, 4 August 2018 The shale gas company, IGas, has been criticised for treating communities with “disrespect and contempt” after serving a High Court injunction on two residents’ groups. The injunction, granted...

Donald Trump wütet bei Twitter: Sexualstraftat-Schlammschlacht um Kavanaugh geht in neue Runde

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Brett Kavanaugh ist Donald Trumps Kandidat für den Surpreme-Court. Gegen ihn werden jedoch Vorwürfe der sexuellen Belästigung erhoben. Innenpolitisch steht Donald Trump vor seinem größten Problem: die hohe Zahl der Drogen-Toten. Nordkorea und die USA planen offenbar ein mögliches Treffen zwischen den beiden Machthabern. >>> Aktualisieren <<< Neue Runde im Streit um angebliche Sexualstraftat von...

Blackout map guide: The best drop locations in Black Ops 4 battle royale

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Squint just right, and you’ll notice the majority of named areas piecing together the map in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode are recreations of some of the most popular multiplayer and Zombies maps from Treyarch’s CoD games. Loot abundance feels just as generous as the speedy movement iconic to Call of Duty—as...

Lawsuits Ramp Up As Science AGAIN Determines Fracking Causes Earthquakes

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A new report, again, concludes that fracking is causing earthquakes, more and more earthquakes around the globe. And now lawsuits are helping hold the frackers liable for their action. Ring of Fire’s Mike Papantonio and Farron Cousins discuss the issue. Click here to learn more about environmental lawsuits. Transcript: Mike Papantonio: A new report, again,...

No More Feel Good Solar Games; Let’s Get Moving on Gas

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Victor FurmanUpstate New York Landowner Shale Gas Activist …. ….   Vic Furman makes some poignant observations about the feel good solar games going on in Broome County and other parts of New York. It’s time to get real. Broome County, like much of New York, has been playing some very stupid solar games, which I wrote...

Enterprise Florida works ‘back channels’ to connect with Ron DeSantis, Andrew Gillum

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click to enlarge With Rick Scott leaving the governor’s office in January, Enterprise Florida is preparing for life without its biggest supporter. The business-development agency, which Scott has helped defend from attacks by the Florida House, has been working “back channels” with the campaigns of Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and Democrat Andrew Gillum to...

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