Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Dean-Wilson-at-Atchafalaya-Basin-Pipeline-Construction-27MZIFJWEYDWA.htmlConceptually similarDean Wilson at Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline ConstructionGP0STS47ACompleted★★★★Dean Wilson at Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline Construction AreaGP0STS47RCompleted★★★★Dean Wilson at Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline Construction AreaGP0STS47TCompleted★★★★Dean Wilson at Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline Construction AreaGP0STS468Completed★★★★Dean Wilson at Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline Construction AreaGP0STS47KCompleted★★★★Dean Wilson at Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline Construction AreaGP0STS47SCompleted★★★★Healthy Cypress Trees in the Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline Construction AreaGP0STS46OCompleted★★★★Healthy Cypress Trees in the Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline Construction AreaGP0STS46SCompleted★★★★Cypress Trees in Pipeline Channel in the Atchafalaya BasinGP0STS473Completed★★★★View AllGP0STS47CDean Wilson at Atchafalaya Basin Pipeline ConstructionAtchafalaya Basinkeeper, Dean Wilson standing in front of an old growth cypress tree that will be pulverized by the Bayou Bridge Pipeline LLC. The tree is on the 75 foot wide pipeline right-of-way the company will clear before installing the pipeline. Some of the pipeline right-of-way is cleared already, but some of it can not be done until the water in the basin goes down.Locations:Louisiana-North America-United States of AmericaDate:31 May, 2018Credit:© Julie Dermansky / GreenpeaceLatitude:30°5'19.2"NMaximum size:4000px X 2667pxLongitude91°22'12.9"WKeywords:Boats-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Dogs-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-One person-Outdoors-TreesShoot:Bayou Bridge Pipeline Construction in LouisianaConstruction continues on the Bayou Bridge Pipeline in Acadia Parish in Louisiana. The Bayou Bridge Pipeline (BBP), is a crude oil pipeline project through Louisiana's Atchafalaya Basin and across 11 parishes. It is to connect an oil-and-gas hub in Texas with oil refineries in Louisiana. The planned 162 miles of pipeline have been estimated to cost $670 million.