Demand An Overhaul Of The FERC Pipeline Review Process—Submit Comments For FERC Reform!
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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) operates as a rubber stamp on the pipeline infrastructure projects that come before it for review, with FERC approval being a foregone conclusion once the project goes before the FERC Commissioners for their vote. In addition, FERC commits a number of offenses that are too numerous to list here, that overall, sacrifice the safety, and health of people, communities, and the environment to advance the agenda of the pipeline companies.
On April 25, 2018, FERC opened a 60-day public comment period regarding how FERC carries out its review and approval of natural gas pipeline infrastructure.
This is a critical opportunity to demonstrate to FERC, the press, elected officials and the world, the massive outpouring of concern with FERC’s biased review process and the critical need for reform.
Please take this opportunity to submit your own unique comment with the help of our portal below:
Talking points are provided in the link to help you craft your message. We will be continually updating these talking points with new information from now through to the end of the comment period, June 25th. Since there is no limit to the number of comments you can submit, we encourage you to send as many as necessary to fully convey the urgency of reform.