ABRA released on March 29 a paper documenting the most significant developments of the more than six- year opposition effort to the Atlantic Cost Pipeline (ACP). The Fight Against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline: A Chronicle provides details of 400 individual developments of the ACP fight,
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved at its March 24 meeting a restoration plan for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) and for the associated Supply Header Project (SHP). The restoration of the ACP route will be the responsibility of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline,
ABRA will publish this month a paper that chronicles the effort to stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) from being constructed.
The Fight Against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline: A Chronicle describes in detail significant developments associated with the opposition effort against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline,
The long-anticipated decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on the route restoration of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) is expected be forthcoming this month. FERC announced in November that a final decision on a restoration plan for the project would be made by March 17,
- – Virginia Mercury – 2/28/22
- – Appalachian Voices – 2/21/22
- – Natural Gas Intelligence – 12/27/21
The past year has been an important year of transition for the Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance. Among our accomplishments have been:
- Transitioning from an organization dedicated to defeating the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to an alliance with the long-term goal of promoting and protecting the ecological integrity of the Central Appalachian Highlands region of Virginia and West Virginia.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has announced a revised schedule for releasing a final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) and making a final decision on the restoration plan that had been submitted for the now-cancelled Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Originally,
- – NC Policy Watch – 10/28/21