February 2022, Vol. 249, No. 2

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook - Replacing Pipelines in California

Plains All American’s application to build a replacement pipeline in California is entering a critical phase this year, as the state’s budding potential as a location for fuel infrastructure increasingly comes in conflict with ongoing activities to curb climate change. While facing off against a force such as this would have posed an ample burden for the $300 million project, the task will undoubtedly become greater in the wake of the Huntington Beach leak, which occurred in October. Certainly, while the damage caused from that leak (about 600 barrels [25,000 gallons] of oil into the Pacific Ocean) cannot be overlooked – or for that matter, justified – it would be

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