16 hrs ago | via FOX16
A coalition of Central Arkansas government officials has sent a list of requests to ExxonMobil and the Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration to be completed before restarting the Pegasus Pipeline. Comment?
Wednesday | via Arkansas Times
Leslie Newell Peacock hopes to follow directly with a little something about a meeting today of Little Rock, Central Arkansas Water, ExxonMobil and other people over the Pegasus pipeline that runs through 18 miles of CAW's watershed, including along the shore of Lake Maumelle, the region's water supply. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via Arkansas Times
Thanks to Arkansas Blog reader Radical Centrist for some crowd sourcing. He gave us a headsup on a May 10 finding by the Office of Pipeline Safety related to its review of the pipeline break at Mayflower March 29 that spilled tar sands crude on a residential neighborhood and nearby wetlands. Comment?
Thursday May 9 | via Arkansas Times
He darn near ran for re-election on pipelines, using every opportunity to depict himself in a yard full of pipeline materials and making the review process on the Keystone XL pipeline very nearly the sole answer to U.S. economic vitality. Comment?
Wednesday May 8 | via Arkansas Times
The Mayflower pipeline break that showered Canadian tar sands on a nice neighborhood and adjoining wetlands has had an undeniable political benefit to pipeline skeptics. Comment?