- – E&E News – 10/7/20
- – Energy & Policy Institute – 5/28/20
- – Utility Dive – 3/10/20
A more thorough and less rushed process in developing a new biological opinion and taking statement for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been advocated to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) in separate comments submitted to the agency by the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) and by ABRA.
“A trio of utility giants building a natural gas pipeline that would cut across the Appalachian Trail has spent more than $109 million lobbying federal lawmakers and officials since the $7.8 billion project was unveiled five years ago,” according to an analysis by MapLight,
- – Blue Virginia – 5/19/18
- – The Washington Examiner – 8/9/17
The Southern Environmental Law Center, on behalf of several ABRA member organizations, filed on June 21 a motion asking that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) hold a hearing on the legitimacy of Dominion and Duke Energy’s natural gas demand claims as a basis for building the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.