Friends, there are 3 fracked-gas infrastructure projects in NY which are at a critical stage. We really need a lot of eyes looking at 1) Constitution Pipeline, 2) CPV Valley, and 3) Spectra-Algonquin AIM.
Let’s look at AIM for a minute, a massive 42″ high pressure gas pipeline through a densely populated residential neighborhood, and within 105’ft of critical structures at Indian Point, the “most dangerous nuclear power plant in the world”. WHAT COULD GO WRONG with this plan?!! D’OH!!!
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) has issued a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity in Docket CP14-96 Spectra’s AIM pipeline,
PS: The safety review was based on an undated, unsigned scribble, ficticous information, and a flawed formula for “Potential Impact Radius” which underestimates in almost every case.
What could go wrong with this plan?
And friends, it’s worse than you can possibly imagine. There is an existing problem there which is 10,000 times greater risk to the health, safety and well-being of 20 million people.
Our You Are Here, NY map can help you see many of the proposed fracked gas projects pending around the state. There are about 20 new projects last count.
Think about getting involved in this, friends. We have won a great victory. However we are now being fracked by infrastructure. The battle for NY is not over. Please get involved.
These images show how dangerously close the proposed and FERC-PERMITTED Spectra-Algonquin AIM pipeline would be to the Indian Point Energy Center (within 105’ft of critical structures… What could go wrong?)
“We URGENTLY need an Independent Risk Analysis of the Potential Impacts of the proposed Spectra Algonquin AIM & the existing Algonquin Pipeline on the Indian Point Energy Center. Please act on the petition to NRC by Mr. Paul Blanch dated 15 October 2014, and DEMAND that FERC rescind their fatally flawed Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Algonquin AIM pipeline, which puts the lives of 20 million people at grave risk”.
Governer Andrew Cuomo: 518-474-8390
Senator Chuck Schumer: 212-486-4430
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand: 212-688-6262