Call Governor Hogan's office 410-974-3901 and ask for a safety study (formally called a Quantitative Risk Assessment or QRA) for this facility and all the fracked gas infrastructure inundating our communities - pipelines, gas storage, compressor stations, power plants, and the Cove Point gas export station. ...
We are sitting-in outside Governor Hogan's mansion in Annapolis, MD to ask him to reconsider his refusal to order a safety study for Virginia -based Dominion Energy's fracking refinery, power plant and export terminal being built in the neighborhood of Cove Point. Join us or call the Governor at 410-974-3901.
Damascus Citizens for Sustainability made possible the first study to measure the atmospheric movement of hazardous materials in air near compressors on natural gas pipelines. Plumes of methane were measured a full mile from the compressor stations as a proxy for the mixture that is natural gas. Whi...
Accokeek Compressor Station Special Exception Hearing
July 11, 2017, 7:00pm - July 11, 2017, 10:00pm
The hearing will be in the Commissioners Meeting Room.
Dominion needs a zoning Special Exception to proceed with their plan to clear cut nearly 14 acres along Barry's Hill/New Marshall Hall Rd. and build a dangerous fracked gas compressor station there. (Right on the border of Prince George's County where Accokeek and Bryans Road meet by the beautiful flooding swamp.)
A hearing before the Charles County Board of Appeals is scheduled so that members of the public can weigh in on the issue. Please come out and oppose the compressor station.
This is a critical step in stopping Dominion's Eastern Market Access Project, which would in turn stop the Mattawoman Energy Plant in Brandywine, and possibly disrupt the supply of gas to the under-construction Cove Point export terminal.
More information on the hearing can be found here: www.charlescountymd.gov/public-no...
More information about opposing the project can be found by joining the AMP Creeks Council's mailing list (email email@example.com).
Please invite folks who I may have missed!