ETP Bulldozes First, Asks Permission Later.

August 24, 2018By Brant OlsonBlog Post, Energy Activism, News, Separate Oil and State 1 Comment

Eight water protectors now face up to five years behind bars due to a new law targeting pipeline opponents. They were arrested and charged with interfering with “critical infrastructure” — in this case the Bayou Bridge Pipeline being built by Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) through the ancient cypress forests within the Atchafalaya Basin. The circumstances … Read More

Don’t believe the hype: Does Rex Tillerson want to destroy our climate?

December 16, 2016By David TurnbullBlog Post, Featured, Separate Oil and State

Rex Tillerson’s efforts to paint a picture of moderation amount to nothing more than a ruthless public relations campaign to curry favor in the media. Meanwhile he has pursued a reckless path of continued oil and gas development in order to continue making as much money as possible for himself and his company, regardless of the consequences.