Reject Seaway Crude Pipeline Company's proposed tariffs
  • Petitioned Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

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Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Reject Seaway Crude Pipeline Company's proposed tariffs

    1. Petition by

      Webster Nacstop

      Nacogdoches, TX

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    • edward radillo YANTIS, TX
      • over 2 years ago

      The idea that the diluted bitumen study is still in progress by the National Academy of Sciences and the results of this study is yet determined; and our government not putting a moratorium on transpsorting diluted bitumen is inexcusable The government voted in favor of the study to determine leak potential diluted bitumen vs domestic crude and equipment used to transport; suitable vs unsuitable

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    • Mary Decker JACKSONVILLE, TX
      • over 2 years ago

      All of the facts listed in the petition provide ample reason for signing the petition. Also, please see Michael T. Klare's HOW THE BIG ENERGY COMPANIES PLAN TO TURN THE UNITED STATES INTO A THIRD-WORD PETRO-STATE for what seems the proper prospective on what is happening to this country.

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    • Dr. John D. Stickle, D.C. CLOVERDALE, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      TransCanada has Already had major oil spills and, from what I read, did Not do any kind of decent job cleaning them up. Just like BP in the Gulf where fish and other creatures are being deformed already from the spill.

      Sending toxic crude under high pressure across any distance can not be anything other than an absolute recipe for Disaster

      and Untold environmental damages. This project should be Rejected on the basis of public safety, EPA rules, and the fact that it is just a Very Bad Idea all the way around. What's Not to Reject? This is a No Brainer! IMHO.

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    • Kunda Wicce AUSTIN, TX
      • over 2 years ago

      It is INSANE to allow pumping of a corrosive pressurized tar through a 36-year-old pipeline. Spills WILL occur. People WILL die from it. Water WILL be despoiled for centuries to come. Lands WILL be ruined. SAY NO.

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    • James Foy FARMERSVILLE, TX
      • over 2 years ago

      As a member of the Farmersville City Council, I am very concerned about the safety of this re-purposed pipeline that runs through our city.

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