Atlantic Coast Pipeline receives favourable FERC assessment

Dominion Energy’s 885-km Atlantic Coast Pipeline project has received a favourable environmental impact statement from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
By Staff reporter 27 July 2017 0 26954

Dominion Energy’s 885-km Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) project received a favourable final environmental impact statement from the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission this week.

ACP is intended to serve multiple public utilities in the southern US.

The $5 billion pipeline was rejected by regulatory bodies in early 2016 because of potential damage to two national forests in Virginia and West Virginia.

The ACP route will start in Harrison County in West Virginia and run to Greensville County in Virginia before heading south into eastern North Carolina.

ACP stakeholders...

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