State environmental regulators are hitting Sunoco’s Mariner East pipeline project with its sixth violation in Lebanon County since mid-August.
The Concerned Citizens of Lebanon County, a community group fighting the ongoing Mariner East pipeline project through Lebanon County, is angry but not surprised by recent revelations about safety issues and secrecy surrounding the plan.
Experts say they require specialized planning, with blueprints for how all people — especially those with disabilities — can get to safety. But Pa.’s plan is one of passing the buck.
Despite being one of the most controversial projects in Pennsylvania history, many emergency managers and others along the route cannot confidently answer one pressing question: Are we prepared?
Sunoco Pipeline LP must pay more than $350,000 in penalties for violations related to the construction of the Mariner East 2 pipeline in eight Pennsylvania counties, including Lebanon County.
The Mariner East pipeline dumped 20 gallons of industrial waste into Snitz Creek on Aug. 13, just days after a larger accident in Chester County.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced yesterday that his office has opened an investigation into Mariner East II.
Secret grand jury proceedings are underway in Chester County regarding Energy Transfer LP’s management of the Mariner East pipeline project.
Governor Tom Wolf initiated a multi-faceted action on Friday meant to push state regulators into holding Mariner East owner, Energy Transfer LP, more accountable for its work in Pennsylvania.
Mariner East 1 is currently shut down across the state in the wake of a Chester County sinkhole that exposed sections of the pipe.
A new complaint by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission indicates statewide concern with the corrosion control program being used on Mariner East 1.
New details have come to light about apparent engineering shortcuts Sunoco is taking in its rush to get the new pipeline capacity up and running.
As construction of the Mariner East Pipeline proceeds throughout Pennsylvania, a quiet crisis may be emerging underneath Snitz Creek, the tributary of the Quittapahilla that runs through downtown Lebanon.
The Clean Air Council has had enough with the Mariner East pipeline.
The state’s top judicial body on June 1 denied the company’s petition to appeal a lower court’s decision, putting the future of the Sunoco Pipeline’s pump station in West Cornwall Township in jeopardy.