Pipeline resources

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Legal primer: Knowing and protesting your rights when an interstate gas pipeline comes to your community. Environmental lawyer and former Federal Energy Regulatory Commission attorney Carolyn Elefant provides a practical, easy-to-understand guide for landowners.

Maps: The Piedmont Environmental Council has created maps of the proposed Spectra Energy pipeline route:

From the company: Spectra Energy’s new projects and process page

From the archives: Rappahannock News coverage of the proposed pipeline

> County opposes pipeline

> Gas pipeline could pass through Rappahannock

> Editorial: Landowners, beware!

Pipelines 101: The federal Energy Information Administration’s guide to the U.S. natural gas pipeline network

In the press: More coverage of the pipeline proposal

> Cville: Spectra route’s path through landmark sites ‘baffling,’ say stewards

> C-ville: With Central Virginia poised to become a gas pipeline cut-through, conservationists urge caution

> Daily Progress: Third new gas pipeline crossing Virginia proposed

> WRAL: Proposed gas pipeline worries Triangle residents (includes video report)

> Cumberland Times-News: $4 billion natural gas pipeline in early stages

> New York Times: A Pipeline Threatens Our Family Land

Safety concerns: List of pipeline-related accidents since 2000:

http://ruralmadison.org/?s=pipeline

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