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  • ohio_whitebear ohio_whitebear Nov 12, 2013 7:09 PM Flag

    Hey Ador, try education over stupidity

    So you think I'm a "lier" huh? (gosh, he shur duz spele gud dont he). Instead of running off at the mouth and calling people "liers" why don't you try to do a little research? It would go a long ways to helping you not look like the patron saint of stupid.

    The complaint was filed by Bishop, seeking declaratory relief against the COE for the issuance of the NWP-12 permit which would have allowed TransCanada to begin construction of the XL southern segment. The judge ruled in Bishop's favor after a motion for default judgment, since the COE didn't bother to try to defend the issuance. The issuance of the permit was invalid because the COE neglected to hold the required public hearings into the NWP-12 application. The judgment means COE will have to, wow, play by the rules, and hold public hearings, publish it in the Federal Register, then do the issuance.

    Please notice, this is the XL SOUTHERN SEGMENT pipeline. The one YOU are thinking of is the GULF COAST PIPELINE that will carry crude from Cushing to refineries on the GC, and yes, THAT one is about to open. I realize it's asking too much that you know what you're talking about, but try please.

    Lastly, since I know there's no way you would ever be able to figure out how to look up a federal court case, I would suggest you go to Bloomberg to read the stripped down version for dummies. Search for the article title: Texas Farmer Wins Entry of Default in Keystone Lawsuit

    The federal district court case is Bishop v. Bostick, 9:13-cv-00082, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas (Lufkin). Feel free to return and tell the board just how stupid you are for calling people out without checking your allegations.

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