Nacogdoches County S.T.O.P.      Nacogdoches County S.T.O.P.
East Texans coming together to Stop Tarsands Oil. Period.
No Keystone XL     

The Seaway tar sands crude pipeline:
brought to you by Enbridge,
(the same corporation that brought you the Kalamazoo River tar sands crude spill),
and its partner, Enterprise Products

 

The following maps were made available by the the Texas Rail Road Commision on their mapping site at gis2.rrc.state.tx.us/public/startit.htm. They show the route of the 37-year-old Seaway pipeline which their owners are in the process of reversing in order to move diluted tar sands crude from Cushing, Oklahoma, to the Texas gulf coast.

The Seaway pipeline path is represented by the red line.

The maps are sequenced from north to south through the state.

Scales for the different counties are not equivalent.

The final two maps (Fort Bend, and Brazoria) are likely inaccurate due to the branching of the main line to funnel diluted tar sands crude to refineries in Port Arthur.


Grayson County Seaway path
-Grayson County Seaway path


Collin County Seaway path
-Collin County Seaway path


Rockwall County Seaway path
-Rockwall County Seaway path


Kaufman County Seaway path
-Kaufman County Seaway path


Henderson County Seaway path
-Henderson County Seaway path


Navarro County Seaway path
-Navarro County Seaway path


Freestone County Seaway path
-Freestone County Seaway path


Leon County Seaway path
-Leon County Seaway path


Madison County Seaway path
-Madison County Seaway path


Grimes County Seaway path
-Grimes County Seaway path


Waller County Seaway path
-Waller County Seaway path


Fort Bend County Seaway path
-Fort Bend County Seaway path


Brazoria County Seaway path
-Brazoria County Seaway path



 

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