Water Is Life Movement

DAPL - Dakota Access Pipeline 

I think we all know this pipeline. This $3.8 billion, 1,172-mile-long oil pipeline is going to span through 4 different states. North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. by Dakota Access, LLC, a Houston, Texas based company and a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. The minor partners involved in the project are Phillips 66, Enbridge, and Marathon Petroleum.  Dakota Access, LLC, a fully owned subsidiary of Bakken Holdings Company, LLC which is a joint venture of Energy Transfer Partners LP (60%) and Sunoco Logistic Partners LP (40%), owns 75% of the pipeline, while Phillips 66 owns a 25% stake.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

If you’re reading this you probably stand with Standing Rock, and there are many organizations out there fighting this cause, here’s some of the camps supporting this cause

Sacred Stone Camp -Camp not currently running

Octeti Sakowin Camp - Camp not currently running

Little Creek Camp - Iowa

Wakpa Waste Camp - Cheyenne River Sioux South Dakota

Native Roots Camp - Cheyenne River Sioux South Dakota

Standing Rock Legal Defense 

Water Protector Legal

Bold Iowa

Keystone XL- 

KXL is a proposed 36-inch-diameter crude oil pipeline spanning 2,147 miles, beginning in Hardisty, Alberta, passing through Canada, Montana, South Dakota extending south to Steele City, Nebraska. And thats just phase 1, phase 2 will go from Steele City Nebraska to Cushing Oklahoma, phase 3 will go from there to Port Arthur Texas and from there to Houston Texas. Phase 3B is a second span off from the pipeline from Steele City, Nebraska to Pakota, Illinois taking a direct route through the entire state of Missouri. While the project was originally developed as a partnership between TransCanada Corporation and ConocoPhillips, TransCanada is now the sole owner of the $8 billion Keystone Pipeline System. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Wakpa Waste Camp - Cheyenne River Sioux South Dakota

Native Roots Camp - Cheyenne River Sioux South Dakota

Bold Nebraska


No Keystone  


No XL through Treaty Lands Facebook page 

Climate First

Pilgrim Pipeline-

Two parallel pipelines, 170 miles each,  between Albany, NY and  Linden, NJ; plus over 12 miles of single-pipe lateral lines. Bakken shale oil would be sent south; refined products (including kerosene) would be sent north. The pipeline crosses 5 N.J counties, 6 N.Y counties, 30 N.J. towns, 25 N.Y. municipalities, & environmentally fragile areas/sources for water. Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings, LLC is led by 4 oil industry executives, including two former Koch Industries, Inc. managers. It receives financial support from parent corporation Ares Management, L.P. The pipeline has a projected capital cost of $980 million. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Coalition Against Pilgrim Pipeline 

Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp Facebook page

Diamond Pipeline-

The Diamond Pipeline is an oil pipeline system planned to run from Cushing, Oklahoma all the way through the state of Arkansas to Memphis, Tennessee. Diamond pipeline will cross approximately 500 bodies of water including streams and rivers. The pipeline will also cross approximately 11 drinking water sources. Diamond Pipeline LLC is a joint venture between Houston, Texas-based Plains All American Pipeline and San Antonio, Texas-based Valero. Valero owns the general partner of Valero Energy Partners LP (NYSE: VLP), a midstream master limited partnership.  Approximately 7,400 outlets carry the Valero, Diamond Shamrock, Shamrock, and Beacon brands in the United States and the Caribbean; Ultramar in Canada; and Texaco in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Estimated cost of the Diamond pipeline is about $900 million. The current project design consists of approximately 440 miles of 20-inch pipeline capable of transporting up to 200,000 barrels of oil per day.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Oka Lawa Camp

Wealaka Camp 

Arkansas Rising    Facebook page  

Bold Oklahoma

Atlantic Coast Pipeline-

The proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) is a 550-mile long natural gas transmission pipeline that runs through Virginia and North Carolina. Atlantic, a company formed by four major, regionally based energy companies; Dominion, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and Southern Company Gas, would develop, construct and operate ACP. Sedimentation caused by construction could threaten the water quality especially those of special concern such as native brook trout streams and the headwater streams that supply the water used by the Shenandoah Valley. 40-50 miles of the $2 billion pipeline will go through national forests throughout region. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

APPPL (Alliance to Protect Our People and the Places We Live)

Appalachian Voices  

Stop the NC Pipeline Facebook page  

Friends of Nelson  

Wild Virginia 

Nuttall Legal LLC  

Augusta County Alliance  

Shenandoah Valley Network  

Bold Alliance

Blue Ridge Environmental Defense

Bold Appalachia   Facebook Page

Here are postcards that everyone fighting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline can print! First one gets sent to your governor second one gets sent to FERC!

Pinelands Pipeline-

The Pinelands Pipeline will cut through the New Jersey Pine Barrens and have negative effects on open space, the environment and wildlife. The 22-mile fracked gas pipeline will run right over the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer which is beneath the Pinelands and contains approximately 17 trillion gallons of freshwater. Now a second pipeline is being proposed to cut through the Pinelands. New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) is proposing to construct a 30-mile pipeline that will begin in Burlington County New Jersey. The NJNG pipeline will connect to the Transco pipeline in Chesterfield through a compressor station being proposed as part of New Jerseys Expansion project. It’ll transport fracked gas coming from Pennsylvania’sPennEast Pipeline—a 118-mile, 36-inch- diameter pipeline proposed to cut across Pennsylvania.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

New Jersey Sierra Club  

Pinelands Preservation Project  

Don't Gas the Pinelands Coalition

Food and Water Watch New Jersey       Facebook page

Join the resistance to stop the Pinelands Pipelines! Text “PINES” to 69866

PennEast Pipeline-

Representing a nearly $1 billion investment, this 120-mile pipeline will originate in Dallas, Luzerne County, in northeastern Pennsylvania, and terminate at Transco’s pipeline interconnection near Pennington, Mercer County, New Jersey. The PennEast Pipeline is a proposed $1 billion project of six companies: UGI Utilities, AGL Resources, NJR Pipeline Company, Public Service Enterprise Group, South Jersey Industries, and Spectra Energy (whom has just merged with Enbridge). The proposed route would cross 88 waterways. The project is proposed to cross 44 wetlands and 30 parks. 85% is proposed to cross through the Delaware watershed.  

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Stop the PennEast     Facebook page 

The Coast of the Pipeline  


Pacific Trails Pipeline-

The Pacific Trail Pipeline (PTP) is a proposed 480 kilometre natural gas pipeline from the Liard and Horn River Basins in northeastern B.C. via Summit Lake, to the Kitimat LNG facility site at Bish Cove on the northwest coast of British Columbia. The Pacific Trails pipeline is proposed by the Apache Corporation, Encana and EOG Resources (formerly Enron). The $1 billion pipeline would carry up to approximately 1,000 million cubic feet per day of liquefied natural gas from northeastern B.C. and Alberta to export markets. The Chevron backed pipeline will run through Unist’ot’en Clan territory. This pipeline will cross the river at the exact points of the Unist’ot’en Pithouse, and Permaculture Garden that was built on the Unist'ot'en Territory of Talbits Kwah.

Who’s fighting this pipeline-

Unist’ot’en Clan      Facebook page 

Sm'ogyet Yahaan, Lax Kw'alaams People     Facebook page

Trans Mountain Pipeline-

The Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline System, or simply the Trans Mountain Pipeline, is an oil pipeline that carries crude and refined oil from Alberta to the west coast of British Columbia. It is wholly owned by the Canadian division of Kinder Morgan. This pipeline is already in use but it has just been granted an expansion. The federal government gave its approval for Kinder Morgan's $6.8-billion expansion of the pipeline. The expansion would triple the capacity of the existing pipeline and go through a number of communities along the way. The pipeline will transport diluted bitumen, called dilbit. A type of heavy crude oil, dilbit contains various toxicants, some of which are classified as Group 1 carcinogens “with no known safe threshold of exposure,” the report states. The expansion also puts into jeopardy the health of dozens of First Nations communities, 61 of which are opposed to the expansion. Completion of this expansion would increase Canadian crude oil tankers in the Salish Sea from 120 to 816 transits a year which increases probability of major oil spills. The Tsleil-Waututh Nation argues that the Kinder Morgan project would cause serious, permanent, and far-reaching impacts to the Tsleil-Waututh. The Coldwater Nation, which is one of 15 bands that together comprise the Nlaka’pamux Nation, focuses on the threat to its aquifer which is the sole source of drinking water for over 90 per cent of people on the Coldwater Reserve.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Wilderness committee  

Sum of Us   

Council of Canadians   

Broke Pipeline Watch 

Pull Together

TransCanada Energy East Pipeline-

This $15.7 billion, 4,600-kilometre pipeline will carry 1.1-million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada. This pipeline poses a huge problem with First Nations and municipalities in Quebec. In light of the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline to bring oil from Canada in to the U.S. by President Trump, this pipeline is still waiting for approval but TransCanada is still committed to pushing this pipeline forward and believe it will become a reality. The mega-pipeline would put nearly 3,000 lakes, rivers and streams at risk of oil spills and threaten the drinking water of nearly 5.6 million Canadians.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Stop Energy East Facebook page     Twitter page 



Ecology Ottawa 

Council of Canadians  

Mohawk Nation 

Save Canada

Mariner East II Pipeline-

This 306-mile pipeline will move propane and other natural gas liquids across southern Pennsylvania and has just received the green light to begin construction. Mariner East II is to run from Washington County across Pennsylvania to Marcus Hook in Delaware County. The pipeline is to extend into Ohio and West Virginia as well. It is to have off-load points in Pennsylvania, but its products also are to be shipped out of state. The route takes it through Cumberland County PA, where several residents fought a court battle to keep it off their land. Commonwealth Court found that Sunoco Logistics, which are the owners of this pipeline, is a "public utility corporation" that has the power to seize private land for its multi-state pipeline, and in December 2016, the state Supreme Court refused to hear the land-owners' appeal.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Mountain Watershed Association  

Southeastern PA Sierra Club  

Faherty Law Firm  

Camp White Pine (resist Sunoco)    Facebook page

Nexus Pipeline-

The 256 mile nexus pipeline with travel through heavily populated counties in Ohio and will also travel through Michigan to Canada. As of right FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) HAS NOT approved of the project due to the lack of a quorum FERC isn't able to vote. Legal actions are pending on this pipeline so the fight is still going strong to put and end to Nexus.  Well before the route was proposed, surveyors have been entering private property in Northeast Ohio to prepare the construction job. In some cases, armed officers from the county sheriff's office have accompanied them. The Singer Lake Bog in Green Ohio is home to 50 rare or endangered species of plants and insects. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, which owns the property, fears a pipeline could damage it permanently. This $2 billion pipeline is owned by Enbridge whom has just merged with Spectra Energy to create one giant problem.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

NO Nexus Pipeline in Michigan & Ohio  

No Pipelies  

Coalition Against Nexus

Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline-

The Atlantic Sunrise pipeline is a project of Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Williams Partners. Williams currently operates the Transco system which has over 10,000 miles of pipeline moving gas to other businesses, like utility companies and power plants. The Atlantic Sunrise is a 180-mile $3 billion expansion of the Transco system. It’s designed to move gas from Susquehanna County in northeastern Pennsylvania, connect with an existing pipeline and travel as far south as Alabama. The line would go through 10 central Pennsylvania counties. It would carry the gas to markets along the eastern seaboard, including the Cove Point liquefied natural gas export terminal on the Chesapeake Bay. County residents have joined indigenous leaders in condemning the plans of Transco/Williams to run the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline through confirmed Native American burial grounds and ancient archaeological sites located in southern Lancaster County.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

The Lancaster Stand Camp      Facebook Page

Mountain Valley Pipeline-

The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) project is a natural gas pipeline system that spans approximately 303 miles from northwestern West Virginia to southern Virginia crossing the Appalachian Trail and clearing trees on its way. Mountain Valley Pipeline threatens wildlife habitat, recreational lands and the health of local Appalachia communities, while setting a terrible precedent of building energy infrastructure through our national forests. The $3.5 billion pipeline is owned by Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC, which is a joint venture between EQT Midstream Partners, LP and affiliates of NextEra Energy Inc.; WGL Holdings Inc.; and Vega Energy Partners Ltd. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Appalachian Voices  

Preserve Roanoke  

Preserve the NVR        Facebook page 

Bold Alliance

POWHR-Protect Our Water    Facebook page

Bold Appalachia   Facebook Page

Bayou Bridge Pipeline-

If the Dakota Access pipeline is completed, fracked oil from North Dakota will flow to Patoka, Illinois. From there, it will connect to existing pipelines that lead to Nederland, Texas, and pass through a newly completed pipeline carrying it to Lake Charles, Louisiana. The last 163 mile stretch of the route will be the Bayou Bridge pipeline. This portion will link Lake Charles in western Louisiana to refineries in St. James Parish, cutting across the Atchafalaya Basin, a national heritage area that is America’s largest natural swamp. The basin is home to several endangered species, and is the hub for the commercial crawfishing industry. Hundreds of pipelines already criss-cross the Atchafalaya Basin, which is littered with thousands of abandoned wells. The Bayou Bridge Pipeline is owned by Phillips 66 Partners, Energy Transfer Partners, L.P., and Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Louisiana Bucket Brigade  

Bold Louisiana   

Healthy Gulf  

L'eau Est La Vie Camp 

Everyone who’s fighting DAPL is or should be fighting this pipeline as this pipeline connects to DAPL. 

Line 5 Pipeline-

Line 5 carries oil from Superior, Wisconsin, across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, through northern Michigan, down to the thumb region and under the St. Clair River to Sarnia, Ontario. This pipeline also carries crude oil that originated in the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota. Along the way, the pipeline crosses through the Straits of Mackinac, multiple rivers and streams, and, in northern Michigan, goes through almost 10 miles of wetlands and runs right next to many inland lakes. This aging pipeline is currently transferring oil as you read this. There are several problems with this pipeline:  The age, location, and condition of the pipeline. The tarnished safety record of Enbridge, Inc., the Canadian company that operates the pipeline. A recent increase in the volume and pressure of fluids moving through the pipeline. The pipelines location in the Straits of Mackinac cross one of the most ecologically sensitive areas in the world. The Great Lakes are home to 20 percent of the fresh surface water on the planet. The pristine Straits area supports bountiful fisheries, provides drinking water to thousands of people. This pipeline must be shut down for good before permanent damage is done.

Who’s fighting this pipeline-

Resist Line 5       Facebook page 

Oil and Water Don’t Mix  

Great Lakes Business Network

Shut down Line 5 Coalition

3 Fires Alliance Camp

Enbridge Wisconsin Corridor-

Not only is Wisconsin dealing with the Line 5 (listed above) and Line 3 (listed below) expansions, but the Enbridge Line 61 travels through Wisconsin from Superior to Delavan, then crosses the Illinois state line and continues south to refineries. Enbridge is currently tripling the capacity of Line 61 from the original 400,000 barrels per day to 1.2 million barrels per day making it a third larger than the projected Keystone XL. Enbridge’s plans don’t stop with Line 61. Initial work is under way to “twin” Line 61creating a new Line 66 on the same route that would carry an additional 800,000 barrels per day. With Line 61 and new Line 66 at full capacity, 2 million barrels of tar sands oil would flow through Wisconsin each day. A state report says the company has had 85 oil spills over the past decade.

Who is fighting this pipeline?-

350 Madison

Wisconsin Youth Network Facebook Page

Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline-

The Line 3 crude oil pipeline is a replacement project proposed by Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. The $7.5-billion, 1,660-kilometre pipeline replacement project would be the most expensive in Enbridge history. The line is currently up and running but is almost half a century old and has been reduced through pressure restrictions to about 390,000 barrels of oil per day. The replacement of this pipeline will restore the original regulated capacity of 760,000 barrels per day, nearly doubling oil shipping potential. Line 3 already has a U.S. presidential permit. On the Canadian side of the border, Enbridge intends to spend $4.9 billion to replace Line 3 between Hardisty, Alta., and the Canada-U.S. border at Gretna, Man. On the U.S. side, it will spend $2.6-billion to replace pipe between Neche, North Dakota, and its terminal in Superior, Wisconsin, from which crude can be transported to refinery markets in Chicago, the U.S. Gulf Coast, the eastern U.S. and Canada. It would cross the Mississippi, it would cross sensitive water resources, and create new pipeline corridor where one currently doesn’t exist. Ochapowace First Nation, which has land near Pilot Butte Canada, outlined eight concerns with the pipeline. Keeseekoose First Nation submitted concerns similar to Ochapowace's: The pipeline's proximity to land held by the First Nation. And Pasqua First Nation was worried that it is located downstream from Line 3 replacement's crossing of the Qu'Appelle Valley. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Friends of Headwaters

Honor the Earth 

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs 



ETCOP Pipeline-

Energy Transfer Crude Oil Project sometimes called the Trunkline Pipeline will be the southern transport leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). It connects to DAPL in Patoka, Illinois, runs through Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, links up to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline in Louisiana, and ends near Nederland, Texas. Some of this (Trunkline) pipeline has already been built many years ago and was used as a gas pipeline. ETCOP will use 678 miles of the existing Trunkline, which will be converted to an oil pipeline and reversed. In addition, 66 miles of new pipeline will be built.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Everyone who’s fighting DAPL is or should be fighting this pipeline as this pipeline connects to DAPL. If you are fighting this pipeline specifically please contact us.

Madison Loop-

Transco wants to put a compressor station in Trap Rock Quarry in Franklin Twp New Jersey, as well as a new pipeline called the Madison Loop. The proposal includes 3.5 new miles of pipe in Old Bridge and Sayreville New Jersey and 22 miles under the Raritan Bay. The project is meant to supply National Grid customers in New York and the people of New Jersey will not see any gas from it. Instead, they will face environmental, health, and safety risks from both the compressor station and pipeline.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

New Jersey Sierra Club

Food and Water Watch New Jersey

Dominion Transco Pipeline (Moore Chappells)-

Dominion’s proposed 55-mile Transco to Charleston South Carolina pipeline will rip through sensitive habitat in the Upstate from Moore to Chappells. The project will permanently impact 255 acres of land, including agricultural, forest and residential land, and will cross bodies of water 73 times, including the South Tyger, Enoree and Saluda Rivers and many of their tributaries. Also potentially impacted are three drinking water providers – the Woodruff Roebuck Water District, the City of Clinton, and the City of Newberry. The project also calls for a permanent 50-foot right of way easement along the length of the pipeline, causing habitat fragmentation and reducing shade to streams at crossings.

Who’s Fighting this pipeline?-

Upstate Forever is the only thing we have found so far with info on this pipeline. Have More info? contact us!

Utica Marcellus Texas Pipeline (Old Tennessee Gas Pipeline)-

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners and MarkWest, two large energy/ pipeline companies, have a plan to re-purpose the Tennessee Gas Pipeline from its current use for natural gas to carry natural gas liquids (NGLs), a byproduct of natural gas extraction. The pipeline will then be called the Utica Marcellus Texas Pipeline. The company's plan is to take this aging pipeline that was built to transport natural gas from the gulf coast to the northeast, and reverse the direction of flow to send hazardous natural gas liquids, or "NGLs," to processing and export facilities in Louisiana and Texas. These NGLs are hydrocarbon byproducts of fracking in the Marcellus and Utica shales, and pose unique and increased environmental and safety risks over the natural gas currently transported in the line. Of particular concern is that a significant portion of the NGLs remain liquid under ambient pressure and can contaminate water and soil. When NGLs leak, about 85% will turn into an odorless, colorless and highly flammable vapor once they hit the air. NGL vapor is heavier than air and will stay low to the ground, settling in valleys, creeks, rivers or other low points. These vapors can be ignited by heat, spark or flame. That means a tractor or car engine can set off an explosion. This pipeline crosses 6 states! Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Kentucky Environmental Foundation  

Kentucky Heartwood  

Kentucky Waterways Alliance

Pacific NorthWest LNG Plant

The federal cabinet has approved an $11.4 billion pipeline project that would transport natural gas over 900 km from northern British Columbia to the Prince Rupert area. The Pacific Northwest LNG project is backed by the giant Malaysian company Petronas. Without any warning, in early May 2015, Petronas offered Lax Kw'alaams tribe of Canada $1.25 Billion dollars to allow them to build a liquified natural gas (LNG) plant on their Lax U'u'la territory. In three rounds of voting, the community voted 100% unanimously NO to this offer, as the risk to salmon in Flora Bank, which is traditional Lax Kw'alaams territory Lax U'u'la (Lelu Island) at the mouth of the Skeena river near Prince Rupert, BC. They stated clearly that Flora Bank is off-limits to industrial development. 330 million migrating salmon from the Skeena river rely on Flora Bank. 10 Nations and 60,000 people in the Skeena watershed rely on these fish for food, commercial fishing, and cultural identity. After the vote, the BC government and Petronas acted as if the vote did not happen. Without changing their plant design, Petronas gave their conditional Final Investment Decision on June 11, 2015 for the project, making it the first LNG project in BC to get to final investment. British Columbia passed the LNG Project Agreements Act to allow Petronas to build on Lax U'u'la.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

The people of Lax'walams 

Lax’U’u’la Camp Facebook page  

Madii Lii

Madii Lii Camp

Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Pipeline (PRGT)

Prince Rupert Gas Transmission is a 900-kilometre natural gas pipeline project in northern British Columbia. This TransCanada pipeline includes the construction of 485 miles of onshore and 75 miles of off shore pipeline from Hudson’s Hope, B.C. to Lelu Island. This pipeline will connect to the Pacific NorthWest LNG facility listed just above. 32 km of TransCanada's proposed PRGT pipeline is slated to cross Luutkudziiwus Territory, where approximately one half - 16 km – would destroy Babine Trail, the ancestral grease trail connecting Fort Babine to Gitanmaax. The proposed PRGT pipeline will entail direct and indirect impacts to Luutkudziiwus rights and title from potential adverse effects to fish and their habitats, wildlife and their habitats, terrestrial and aquatic resources, including cumulative effects, as well as to social, health, cultural, and economic values.

Who's Fighting this pipeline?-

Madii Lii

Madii Lii Camp

Island Gas Connector Pipeline and Malahat LNG

Oklahoma-based Williams is working with Vancouver-based Steelhead LNG to explore building and operating the proposed Island Gas Connector – an estimated 81-mile underground and underwater pipeline system that would deliver Canadian-sourced natural gas to Steelhead LNG’s proposed Malahat facility on Vancouver Island. The pipeline would begin in the United States and end in Canada. The pipeline would run approximately 34 miles in Washington state from Sumas to the Birch Bay/Custer area. Approximately 47 miles would be placed on the seabed in the Salish Sea between the Birch Bay/Custer area. Steelhead LNG is also proposing to build a floating natural gas liquefaction and export facility on the shoreline of Malahat Nation-owned Bamberton Industrial Lands approximately five miles south of Mill Bay, BC, in the Saanich Inlet of Vancouver Island. Sadly the Malahat Nation signed a deal to move forward. BUT the WSANEC First Nations stressed that they are highly opposed and they further seek cessation of any activity on the territory.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Saanich Inlet Network


Puget Sound Energy wants to build a 140 foot, 8 million gallon liquid natural gas storage tank with production capability of 500,000 gallons a day. Puget Sound Energy previously leased liquid natural gas storage at Williams Northwest Pipeline’s LNG plant in Plymouth, WA. That facility had an explosion in 2014 that injured 5 workers and forced everyone within a two mile radius to evacuate. The Plymouth LNG plant is still only operating at half capacity. Now Puget Sound Energy wants to build a $310 million liquid natural gas tank in the Port of Tacoma. This facility would be the second only marine bunkering facility in the US, and the largest. From this new tank, four miles of new pipeline will be constructed through the City of Fife to expand the amount of natural gas that can be piped into the port and an additional mile through unincorporated Pierce County to a new gas distribution station.The Puyallup Tribe is strongly opposed to this facility right next to their marina on the Hylebos. 28 Washington tribes voted to opposes PSE LNG.

Who's fighting this pipeline?-

The Puyallup Tribe  

Redline Tacoma 

Climate First Responders

Pacific Gas Connector and Jordan Cove LGN Terminal

The Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline project is a proposed 235-mile, 36-inch diameter pipeline designed to transport up to 1.2 million dekatherms of natural gas per day from interconnects near Malin, Oregon, to the Jordan Cove LNG terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon, where the natural gas will be liquefied for transport to serve overseas markets. The pipeline will cross federal lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Forest Service, Bureau of Reclamation, as well as private lands. BLM-managed lands include four BLM districts: Coos Bay, Roseburg, Medford and Lakeview/Klamath Falls. It’s estimated that 41.9 miles of BLM-managed lands will be crossed by the pipeline. Approximately 30.56 miles of National Forest System lands will be crossed in the Umpqua, Rogue River-Siskiyou and Fremont-Winema National Forests. The pipeline would cross salmon and steelhead streams, including the Coos, Coquille, Rogue, South Umpqua and Klamath rivers. Jordan Cove LNG Terminal would be located within the Port of Coos Bay on the North Spit of lower Coos Bay in Oregon. In December of 2016 FERC denied both projects BUT in 2017 both projects are reapplying for construction. 

Who’s fighting this?-

KS Wild  

Stop Jordan Cove Facebook Page  

No LNG Exports

ET Rover Pipeline

Energy Transfers Rover Pipeline LLC is a $4.2 billion new interstate natural gas pipeline that is designed to transport 3.25 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas to markets in the Midwest, Northeast, East Coast, Gulf Coast and Canada. The Rover Pipeline route spans approximately 713-miles originating in Southeastern Ohio, Western West Virginia, and Southwestern Pennsylvania and continues north across the state of Ohio to an interconnection in Defiance, Ohio, in the Northwest. It will then cross into Michigan where it will terminate in Livingston County. Approximately 70 percent of the Rover pipeline will be under agricultural land.

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Food and Water Watch  

Say No to the ET Rover Pipeline Facebook page

Michigan Residents Against Rover

NAPL - Northern Access Pipeline

The proposed $455 million Northern Access Project consists of a 97-mile-long, 24” pipe that would carry Marcellus Shale gas from Sergeant Township, PA, to the Porterville Compressor Station in the Town of Elma, NY. The project presents multiple threats to environmental health of the Upper Lake Erie and Niagara River Watersheds. The pipeline construction will require crossings of 77 intermittent and 60 perennial streams, 19 of which are classified by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation as protected trout streams. Northern Access Project could have dangerousimpacts to the Cattaraugus Creek Basin Aquifer, the sole source of drinking water for 20,000 residents in surrounding Cattaraugus, Erie, and Wyoming counties in New York. One landowner in Sardinia, NY absolutely refuses to sign a Pipeline Right of Way Easement Agreement with National Fuel. They are extremely committed to saving their family farm   called Olmsted Camp which has hosted family gatherings for over 100 years. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

WECAP Facebook page   

Niagara Sierra Club

Connecticut Expansion Project

This $85.7 million involves about 14 miles of new or expanded pipelines in portions of New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut, including an 8.2 mile section through Suffield and East Granby. The pipeline is owned by Tennessee Gas Pipeline which is a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan. 73 Native American ceremonial stone landscape features have been identified along a 3.8-mile section of pipeline path through Otis State Forest.

Who's fighting this pipeline?-

No Fracked Gas in Mass     Facebook page

Spire STL Pipeline-

The Spire STL Pipeline will interconnect with the existing Rockies Express Pipeline in Scott County, Illinois. The planned route includes 66 miles of steel underground pipeline running through Scott, Greene and Jersey counties in Illinois and then pass under the Missouri River and through St. Charles and St. Louis Counties in Missouri before connecting with existing Laclede Gas facilities.. This pipeline would cross important Native burial sites and FERC has already sent out letters to multiple indigenous nations notifying them of Spire's plan. The $220 million pipeline would be carrying up to 400,000 Dth/d of natural gas to the St. Louis area.

There is a petition here to STOP the Spire STL Pipeline

Who's fighting this pipeline?-

Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE)     Facebook page

Rio Grande LNG- Rio Bravo Pipeline

Rio Grande LNG is a natural gas liquefaction and Liquefied Natural Gas terminal that will be supplied with natural gas from a new natural gas pipeline, Rio Bravo Pipeline. The Terminal will be sited on approximately 1,000 acres of land along the Brownsville Ship Channel located in Cameron County, Texas, only 7 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. The Rio Bravo pipeline will include two 42in-diameter parallel, underground pipelines between the LNG terminal and the pipeline's northern terminus. It will have a length of approximately 140 miles. In Texas, pipeline builders can seize private land because many pipelines are classified as being in public good. 

Who's fighting this pipeline?-

Cotoname Village at Carrizo Springs, Texas

Lake Powell Pipeline-

This is a proposed water pipeline taking water from the Colorado River to provide additional water to Washington County, Utah. The project consists of approximately 139 miles buried of 69-inch pipe from Lake Powell to Sand Hollow Reservoir near St. George. It also includes pumping facilities near Glen Canyon Dam with booster pumping stations along the pipeline alignment to provide the approximately 2,000 foot lift needed to carry the water over the high point in the pipeline. This complicated array of 140 miles of pipelines, pumping stations, reservoirs and generators would cross state, federal and Indian lands. This $2 billion project would divert as much water as 700,000 average Americans use in a year, 2,000 feet uphill across 140 miles of desert to provide just 150,000 residents in Southwest Utah with more water—primarily for watering their lawns. This pipeline is still in the proposed process, but there are organizations already fighting this.

Who's fighting this pipeline?-

Utah Rivers Council

Western Source Advocates

Utah Sierra Club

Citizens for Dixie

SABAL Trail- 

Sabal Trail is a $3 billion project and will include approximately 515 miles of interstate natural gas pipeline spanning through 3 states. Alabama, Georgia and Florida. With initially, at least two compressor stations at the beginning and end of the pipeline system. A total of five stations along the pipeline will be constructed by 2021. Sabal Trail Transmission LLC is a joint venture of Spectra Energy Corp.( whom has just merged with Enbridge) and NextEra Energy, Inc. 

Who’s fighting this pipeline?-

Progress for All

Sabal Trail Resistance  

Sabal Trail Transmission  

Stop Sabal Trail Pipeline    Facebook page  

Healthy Gulf  

Save Florida Waters Now

Spectra Busters 

Crystal Water Camp Facebook page 

Deep Green Resistance Florida