Landowner In Path Of CO2 Pipeline Worried About Safety
Taylorville Daily News
Posted Friday Morning, May 13, 2022 by Avery Cooper
While construction is two years away, landowners are receiving notices for the Heartland Greenway Carbon Capture and Storage pipeline from Navigator and Tenaska.
Kathleen Campbell is one of those landowners, and she co-founded the Coalition Against Carbon Pipelines. She says she received a notice at her home in rural Sangamon County. For Campbell – it’s bad news.
Campbell says that once she received the letter threatening eminent domain she started doing a lot of research and did not like what she found.
Campbell is most concerned about what would happen if the pipeline leaks
Outside of safety, Campbell does not appreciate the way Navigator is handling this project.
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