Democratic lieutenant governor candidates at odds with wolf on pipeline policy gas variables pogil packet answers

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A Sunoco Pipeline spokesperson said earlier this week that construction on the Sunoco Mariner East 2 pipeline is 98 percent complete. Plans call for the pipeline to zig-zag 350 miles from West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania Marcellus shale deposits to the former Sunoco Refinery in Marcus Hook, Delaware County. It would carry highly volatile liquids and follow much of the same right of way as the 1930s-era Mariner East 1 pipeline.

“I entirely support the governor’s reasoned and deliberative approach to the concerns raised by Pennsylvania’s weak and antiquated pipeline regulations,” he said. “Over the past three months, I have met numerous times with top PUC officials, and Senator Dinniman is a frequent and welcomed visitor to my office.

“As a former senator, I admire Sen. Dinniman’s passion for the protection of his constituents and I have promised him to do what I can to resolve their concerns in a way that will protect their safety and property rights and while also being sustainable in court.”

Fetterman, mayor of Braddock, and the only candidate from the western portion of the state, responded to the survey: “I was proud to sign the #nofossilfuelmoney pledge. I never have and never will take money from the fossil fuel industry. I have the utmost respect for the hard work that these activists in Delco and Chester are doing. I was appalled by the situation when I visited the different sites. On top of it all, it was quite frankly creepy. I wish these communities the best in their work and hope they can make progress.”

“I am a firm believer in limiting it, regulating it, tax it correctly and migrate it to green/renewable energy,” Sosa said. “A deep and comprehensive impact report must be funded and an independent civilian oversight board has to be appointed to assess the impact to the community.

“Governor Wolf has made growing Pennsylvania’s energy economy and creating jobs a priority,” Abbott wrote. “We should be focused on implementing policies to protect our environment and ensure we have clean air and water while creating good paying jobs in the energy sector.

“The governor and his administration have held the operator accountable every step of the way, and he will continue supporting the Pennsylvania Utility Commission and the Department of Environmental Protection’s strong enforcement of state law, regulations and permit conditions on this project.”

A Sunoco Pipeline spokesperson said earlier this week that construction on the Sunoco Mariner East 2 pipeline is 98 percent complete. Plans call for the pipeline to zig-zag 350 miles from West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania Marcellus shale deposits to the former Sunoco Refinery in Marcus Hook, Delaware County. It would carry highly volatile liquids and follow much of the same right of way as the 1930s-era Mariner East 1 pipeline.

“I entirely support the governor’s reasoned and deliberative approach to the concerns raised by Pennsylvania’s weak and antiquated pipeline regulations,” he said. “Over the past three months, I have met numerous times with top PUC officials, and Senator Dinniman is a frequent and welcomed visitor to my office.

“As a former senator, I admire Sen. Dinniman’s passion for the protection of his constituents and I have promised him to do what I can to resolve their concerns in a way that will protect their safety and property rights and while also being sustainable in court.”

Fetterman, mayor of Braddock, and the only candidate from the western portion of the state, responded to the survey: “I was proud to sign the #nofossilfuelmoney pledge. I never have and never will take money from the fossil fuel industry. I have the utmost respect for the hard work that these activists in Delco and Chester are doing. I was appalled by the situation when I visited the different sites. On top of it all, it was quite frankly creepy. I wish these communities the best in their work and hope they can make progress.”

“I am a firm believer in limiting it, regulating it, tax it correctly and migrate it to green/renewable energy,” Sosa said. “A deep and comprehensive impact report must be funded and an independent civilian oversight board has to be appointed to assess the impact to the community.

“Governor Wolf has made growing Pennsylvania’s energy economy and creating jobs a priority,” Abbott wrote. “We should be focused on implementing policies to protect our environment and ensure we have clean air and water while creating good paying jobs in the energy sector.

“The governor and his administration have held the operator accountable every step of the way, and he will continue supporting the Pennsylvania Utility Commission and the Department of Environmental Protection’s strong enforcement of state law, regulations and permit conditions on this project.”