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Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance

The Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance (ABRA) is a coalition of organizations concerned about the natural gas pipeline that Dominion Resources and its partner companies have proposed to build through portions of West Virginia and Virginia.  The route would disrupt some of the most ecologically sensitive areas in the Eastern United States, including significant portions of the George Washington and Monongahela national forests.  The pipeline would be built over fragile karst topography, thus presenting a potential hazard to regional water supplies.  Further, it would bring unjustified risks and costs to many rural communities in its path, negatively affecting property rights and values, without long-term economic benefits. More About ABRA

Are the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Mountain Valley Pipeline Necessary?

- Report by Synapse Energy Economics, September 12, 2016

Press Release on the Synapse Report - September 12, 2016

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline: A Question of Need
A New Story Map from Dominion Pipeline Monitoring Coalition