Pipeline Construction

SLECA warns that flooding at power plant could lead to extended outages in parts of Terrebonne

Electric utility officials warn of problems, including extended outages, that could result from flooding around a key electrical facility that serves parts of southern Terrebonne and eastern Houma. Officials from the South Louisiana Electrical Cooperative Association discussed the issue Wednesday evening with the Terrebonne Parish Council. SLECA officials argue that …

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How the colonial pipeline became a vital fuel artery

[Latest news: Colonial Pipeline restarted its operations.] HOUSTON – The ransomware attack that forced the shutdown of a pipeline supplying fuel to the northeastern United States exposed the vulnerability of the U.S. energy system. It has led the governors of several states to declare emergency situations. And this has caused …

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3 orders can challenge the law on pipeline intrusion

Protesters in New Orleans and Mississippi and a reporter from New York arrested in protest against pipeline construction may continue to challenge Louisiana law Anyone found guilty of trespassing in the area of ​​a pipeline carries a five-year prison sentence, a federal judge has ruled. But landowners and environmental and …

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Oil and Gas Pipeline Construction: Environmental Organizations File Legal Challenge to US Corps of Engineers National Permit 12 | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, PLLC

Download PDF The Sierra Club and other environmental organizations have filed a lawsuit for declarative and injunctive action (“suit”) in the United States District Court for the District of Montana against the United States Army Corps of Engineers (“Corps”) challenging his new clean water law. National permit (“NWP”) 12. NWP …

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