Merrillee Malwitz-Jipson noted yesterday: “Correction it was a FGT blowdown. Easy to be confused as Sabal Trail is in the same corridor and working on their pipeline too. And remember that SONAT gas pipeline is also in this same corridor. That’ll really be something else if and when all 3 gas transmission pipelines are being worked on simultaneously. I think it is also very disconcerting that pipeline companies do not have to inform the NRC (National Response Center) or PHMSA (Pipeline Hazard and Materials Safety Agency) when they do work on these explosive infrastructure corridors.”
See Where pipelnes already cross rivers into Suwannee County, Florida.
Merrillee Malwitz-Jipson reported on facebook yesterday:
Sabal Trail has been doing a blowdown operation on the pipeline corridor
and the Santa Fe River. That was what sounded like a jet airplane in
the river community on Monday April 2, 2018.
Photo: Jim Tatum.
That sounds much like the
FGT pipeline noise
last month in Suwannee County near the Suwannee River.
Sabal Trail’s FERC-required Informational Postings
contain no Critical nor non-Critical notices about whatever it is
they are doing now.
Where are the state and federal agencies that permitted Sabal Trail?
Why have they not required notices to neighbors, local Fire Rescue,
and the public?
Meawhile, Sabal Trail gas is up and down yet again.
How can this pipeline be needed when it’s shut down half the time?
Is its main function really to scare the neighbors?