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,
- – Charleston gazette-Mail – 8/17/21
A draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for restoration of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline route is still on track to be released by the end of July, according to conversations ABRA had this week with key staff at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has announced it will prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) on the restoration plans that have been proposed for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) and the associated Supply Header Project (SHP). The ACP plan was filed by Atlantic Coast Pipeline,
A presentation on ABRA’s Compliance Surveillance Initiative (CSI) program will be a featured part of the September 27-29 Appalachian Public Information Environmental Law Conference in Knoxville, TN. ABRA presenters will be Dan Shaffer, CSI Geospatial Consultant, and Ben Cunningham, CSI Virginia Field Coordinator.
- – Energy News Network – 8/21/19
Virginia Natural Resources Secretary Matt Strickler has rebuffed recommendations made to Governor Northam on August 16 by the Governor’s Advisory Council on Environmental Justice (GACEJ) concerning the environmental justice impacts of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) and the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP).
- – Natural Gas Intelligence – 10/8/18
- – The Washington Post – 8/28/18
A new report issued July 29 by the Dominion Pipeline Monitoring Coalition (DPMC) highlights the threat to water resources posed by the construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Based on aerial photos taken by of ACP construction locations in West Virginia by the Pipeline Air Force,