Pipelines and Infrastructure

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YOU ARE HERE is an interactive online map, created by  Sane Energy Project, in collaboration with dozens of upstate allies. The map allows users to see the big picture of the shale gas network statewide, then zoom in on their own region, learn the current status of a project, and connect with the local group that is fighting it. The map shows more than 137 pipelines, compressor stations, frack waste or storage facilities that are proposed, under construction or already in operation.

Since the launch of the map during the People’s Climate March, in 2014, Sane Energy Project and allies have hosted dozens of forums statewide that use the map to demonstrate relevant local projects and spur citizen action. Email us if you would like to discuss hosting a forum: contact@saneenergyproject.org

Keep up with news about hearings, comment deadlines and other important notices on the YOU ARE HERE facebook page.

For fast reference, click the links for a summary of proposed and operational projects, including docket numbers, status and builder info.

Click here for info about the track records of major pipeline builders and the agencies responsible for their review.





6 Responses to Pipelines and Infrastructure

  1. Paul Baines says:

    yes – would love to see the map when ready – we’ve been working on a map too – to protect the Great Lakes as a shared commons – maybe we should collaborate? http://www.GreatLakesCommonsMap.org

  2. kevingoneill says:

    This is wonderful extraordinarily helpful work, Sane Energy Project! Please let us all know where and how to contribute what amounts of money and/or other resources to help you and your friends keep after this vital work and to spread the word about all these insidious invidious pollution monstrosity fracking pipeline projects to more and more of our fellow New Yorkers, to our neighboring impacted states and to the nation and planet at large. Thanks!

    • clarity says:

      Thanks Kevin! Donations are always appreciated, just click the “donate” link above to be directed to a tax deductible online payment center. Donations of time are also appreciated and most of what we do is with volunteers who deserve all of our gratitude!

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