You've seen it with the Keystone XL pipeline.
Now that a natural gas pipeline has been proposed for Augusta County, you see the fear of whole endeavor.
Despite multiple pipelines already criss-crossing the country.
The News Leader looks (might be behind paywall) at a pipeline that's been here since the 1930s.
It was improved in the 1970s.
There's constant maintenance for all parts of the pipeline's path, at least twice a year.
Current neighbors aren't bothered by the pipeline near their land.
Probably won't be enough to calm nerves.
There's never enough.