The abuses, risks and climate pollution of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline have a clear set of financiers, led by the nation’s largest commercial bank, Bank of America.
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A recent critique of our GHG analysis for the proposed Jordan Cove LNG export plant is replete with baseless conjecture.
This briefing outlines compelling reasons for investors to question whether TransCanada should proceed with Keystone XL given various obstacles facing its construction and commercially viable operation, and suggests questions institutional financiers may wish to ask TransCanada.
This new investor briefing examines the current state of the Keystone XL pipeline and the legal, regulatory, and political obstacles that its owner TransCanada continues to face.
The proposed Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and Pacific Connector pipeline would be a substantial source of climate pollution for decades to come. This briefing provides an estimate of the project lifecycle emissions and provides the climate rational for rejecting the proposed project.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline, like the Mountain Valley Pipeline, is a boondoggle that imperils our climate and communities. It must not be built. The Water Board has given itself an important opportunity to complete its work the right way by finalizing a complete rejection.
This analysis provides five clear reasons why fossil gas is not a “bridge fuel.” It shows that even with zero methane leakage, gas is not a climate change solution.
FERC’s approval of the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley pipelines lacks credibility. Trump’s new FERC appointees pushed them through over rare dissent from Cheryl LaFleur. Governor’s Cooper and McAuliffe need to take action.
FERC has ignored all the evidence and certified these destructive gas pipeline projects as ‘convenient and necessary’ – when in fact they are neither.