The tactics used by Dominion Energy to obtain support for and ultimate approval of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) are detailed in a new report released June 1 by the Public Accountability Initiative (PIA). The Power Behind the Pipelines: Atlantic Coast Pipeline,
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has informally announced that 5 public hearings will be held in August to receive public input on the state’s consideration of applications for water quality certification under Section 401 of the federal Clean Water Act for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) and the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP).
A celebratory walk along the Atlantic Coast Pipeline route in Virginia is planned to commence on June 17 in Highland County and conclude July 2 in Buckingham County at the site of the proposed compressor station. A second leg of the walk will continue July 3 and 4 to the Virginia-North Carolina state line.
Exxon’s shareholders approved by a 62% favorable vote a proposal calling on the oil and gas giant to assess and disclose how it is preparing its business for the transition to a low-carbon future. The May 31 action, taken over the objection of the company’s management,
Legislation that would create an Office of Public Participation and Consumer Advocacy at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has been introduced in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. The “Public Engagement at FERC Act” is designed to assist residential and small commercial energy consumers in participating in FERC proceedings.
- – Utility Dive – 6/1/17
- – The Recorder – 6/1/17
- – Natural Gas Intelligence – 5/31/17
- – Oil Change International – 5/31/17
- – Southeast Energy News – 6/1/17