Hot pink ribbons were tied to fences, trees and wooden stakes to mark the route through one farm in Stamping Ground where two energy companies would install a pipeline to carry natural gas liquids generated by fracking in states such as Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Attorney Michael Faherty uses an exercise ball to illustrate the diameter of the proposed Sunbury Pipeline. On the table is a piece of an eight-inch main pipe.
Pipeline safety remains an important issue to all but especially when land owners are faced with pipeline construction on their property.
Sunoco Pipeline proceeded to Cumberland County Court seeking a preliminary injunction to obtain the opportunity to survey two large properties.
Allen Trayer picked up some new tools in his fight against a Sunoco Logistics project that is bringing a new oil pipeline through Pennsylvania along the same path as an existing line.