ATTEND PUBLIC HEARING FOR

THE PIN OAK TERMINAL


Thursday Nov. 16th at 6 PM

St. John the Baptist-Regala Gymnasium (200 Regala Park Drive, Reserve, LA)


Fugitive Releases & Accidents –

Pin plans to store such volatile materials as gasoline, vacuum gas oil, residual oil No. 6, asphalt, diesel, ethanol, MTBE, methanol, benzene, and other petrochemical and chemical products. However, Pin Oak has failed to analyze and determine whether its storage facility can adequately protect the environment.

U.S. EPA says health effects may include:

  • Eye, nose and throat irritation
  • Headaches, loss of coordination and nausea
  • Damage to liver, kidney and central nervous system
  • Some organics can cause cancer in animals, some are suspected or known to cause cancer in humans.

 


NO NEW GAS-FIRED POWER PLANT

IN NEW ORLEANS EAST


SIGN & SHARE – Petition to City Council – VOTE NO

The Advocate

A new gas power plant is being proposed in New Orleans East.  Although meant to meet our city’s energy needs during periods of high demand, this plant would not have stopped a single one of the outages Entergy experienced last year.  There will only be one public hearing between now and February, when the City Council will determine whether Entergy can start charging customers to build this plant.

Need more information? Find out more information in Alliance for Affordable Energy’s 10-Point Guide.

 


PROTECT L.A. FROM UNCHECKED
OIL + GAS DEVELOPMENT

The Bayou Bridge Pipeline is a proposed 162-mile crude oil pipeline that would run from Lake Charles to St. James Parish. The pipeline would cross 700 waterways, cut through 600 acres of wetlands (including the delicate Atchafalaya Basin), and cross under Bayou Lafourche (the drinking water source for 300,000 people). The project would end in the town of St. James, where residents are already suffering greatly from petrochemical development.

Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind DAPL and Bayou Bridge, has the worst accident and incident record in the industry.  They are attempting to push this project through without full environmental review. We cannot let that happen.

YOU can help… write a letter to Gov. Edwards to request the Army Corps of Engineers conduct an Environmental Impact Statement for the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.

Office of the Governor
PO Box 94004
Baton Rouge, LA 70804


Learn more about Bayou Bridge and ETP at NoBBP.org
Stay connected through Facebook and Twitter!