Yesterday, a delegation from the StopETP coalition demonstrated outside the Ethisphere gala, an annual event honoring “the world’s most ethical companies.” Amazingly, U.S. Bank was among the honorees this year – despite their deeply hypocritical and deceitful lending practices in the pipeline and energy sector. At last year’s Annual General Meeting, U.S. Bank CEO Andrew … Read More
Original post from the Center for Constitutional Rights Contact: email@example.com March 1, 2018, Baton Rouge, LA – Newly released documents reveal that Louisiana state intelligence officers surveilled community groups opposed to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline and that regulators used language written by Energy Transfer Partners representatives in documents related to the pipeline permitting process. Louisiana Bucket Brigade and … Read More
Family, it has begun. The bulldozers have arrived and I have witnessed the sight of several hundreds-years-old trees ripped and shattered into toothpicks. #EnergyTransferPartners is preparing to create, or widen to, a 100 foot wide, 174 mile long scar across our lands and waters. The true cost of this project lies not on the corporate … Read More
Yesterday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers granted permits to Bayou Bridge, LLC, a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners, to construct a 162.5-mile crude oil pipeline from Lake Charles to St. James, Louisiana.
Days after yet another accident at Exxon, the beleaguered Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality came under fire from communities impacted by pollution throughout the state.