Opponents of the planned Bayou Bridge Pipeline, designed to carry crude oil 162 miles across 11 south Louisiana parishes and through the Atchafalaya Basin, have opened a new front in their battle to stop the $670 million project: worker safety.
A coalition of environmentalists held a press conference Monday, February 13 to address the tragic Phillips 66 pipeline explosion just as state agencies are weighing the application for Energy Transfer Partners' proposed Bayou Bridge pipeline.
A Louisiana environmental watchdog group has serious concerns tonight about the Trump administration instituting a temporary media blackout for the EPA. But, the state Republican Party says it's a good move.
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