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.
A long-awaited restoration plan for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) to address land and forests that were disrupted by the project before it was cancelled in July was filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on January 4. The filing was in response to a formal request by FERC on October 27.
- – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 12/11/20
The routes of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), as well as the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), pass through the most landslide-prone landscape in the United States, according to a new study released June 11 by the Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance (ABRA).
- – The Recorder – 3/5/20
- – Emporia Independent-Messenger 9/3/19
Wild Virginia is sponsoring an overnight trip on August 24th-25th that will explore some
special areas along the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline route in Bath County. The event will
involve a tour and camping on the property of Bill and Lynn Limpert on August 24th,
- – Rocky Mount Telegram – 6/27/19
In a filing late December 13, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) was asked to revoke the certificate for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in light of the decision earlier in the day by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to vacate the U.S.
- – News Leader – 11/14/18