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- ACTION-DONATE: Donate to support landowners in Nebraska & Colorado who may face eminent domain and are opposed to this gas-to-CO2 pipeline conversion project proposal.
Frontline/Local & Opposition Groups
National Opposition Groups
- Pipeline Fighters Hub / Bold Alliance
- Food & Water Watch
- Center for International Environmental Law
- Oil Change International
- Indigenous Environmental Network
- In the FERC docket, Tallgrass has received letters of support for its gas-to-CO2 conversion project plan from Nebraska Gov. Pete Rickets; Nebraska Public Power District; Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper, and Colorado Gov. Jared Polis; Wyoming Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis and Congresswoman Liz Cheney.
- Backers of these carbon pipelines include big-name politicians from both sides of the aisle. Likewise, federal regulations and tax credits are generous and bountiful under both the Trump and Biden administration. Some key Democrats, like Rep. Khanna, are opposed to expanded “45Q” tax credits for carbon capture and storage projects. Additionally, Rep. Raskin is working on federal legislation against eminent domain for private gain, and Rep. Malinowski introduced similar legislation, the Fairness for Landowners Facing Eminent Domain Act, which would reform the federal Natural Gas Act but not have any affect on oil or carbon pipelines.