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Re: Marine East Pipeline

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Several spills in Lebanon County's Quittapahilla watershed over the last 60 days...in relation to Mariner East.

Two into Snitz Creek, a natural reproduction list ATW. No mention of any fish kill fortunately.

One into Bachman Run. ATW with a small hatchery on it. Approximately 70 Trout dead in the hatchery as a result of sediment influx.

Posted on: 2017/10/6 9:46


Re: Marine East Pipeline

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DEP suspends construction of the Mariner East 2 pipeline (for a bit). Glad to see this gas is staying local...

Posted on: 1/4 10:47


Re: Marine East Pipeline

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Good for the DEP to be on top of this. Of course, the feds will likely overrule the state laws and the project will move forward regardless.
and yeah, did anyone actually believe that the citizens of PA, or even the US, would be benefiting from the gas? I do remember saying it was always about the profit, and that the gas produced was never intended for our use.
oil and gas independence my ass.
Next they will tell us we NEED the gold in the bristol bay watershed, then let a foreign country mine it.
makes me sick.

Posted on: 1/4 16:37


Re: Marine East Pipeline
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The pipeline has had problems going through the part of Chester County where I live. Residents around here are up-in-arms, and with good reason, IMO.

A long time ago, when the Marcellus Shale thing just got started, I knew stuff like this was bound to happen. Most folks, in other parts of the state away from the drilling paid little attention. If they drill and actually extract gas from the wells in northern PA....what do you think they were going to do with it??....drill pipelines over mountains, under streams and rivers and through neighborhoods, and at times exercise eminent domain laws, too.

While I'm not totally against the whole thing, it's really got to be monitored and controlled.

https://stateimpact.npr.org/pennsylvan ... peline-construction-site/

https://stateimpact.npr.org/pennsylvan ... ged-drinking-water-wells/

http://www.dailylocal.com/article/DL/20170701/NEWS/170709997


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Re: Marine East Pipeline

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Living up on the Wyoming, Susquehanna County line i can say you had better get use to it and hope for the best.It looks like a jig saw puzzle here now.

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