The adequacy of stream crossing plans in Virginia for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will be the subject of a new 30-day public comment period, in accordance with a vote on April 12 by the State Water Control Board. Official language on the Board’s action is not yet available,
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) has launched an easy to use website designed to help citizens learn more about five major proposed or under construction natural gas pipelines. The five pipelines that are the focus of the webpage are the Atlantic Coast Pipeline,
Authority to commence construction of contractor storage yards in Upshur County, WV and Halifax County, NC for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) was granted April 12 by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The request to proceed with the storage yard construction,
ABRA’s Pipeline Compliance Surveillance Initiative (CSI) is well underway, with volunteers signing up to participate in the massive citizen monitoring effort that will be necessary to assure that construction activity associated with the Atlantic Coast Pipeline is fully in compliance with conditions of the authorizing permits and in not in violation of state or federal environmental laws and regulations.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has advertised this week in local papers (see below) along the route of the pipeline a series open houses and job fairs. A similar open house was held on Wednesday, April 11, in Buckhannon, WV.
- – Richmond Times Dispatch – 4-12-18
- – Blue Virginia – 4/13/18
- – WV News – 4/13/18
- – CVille – 4/11/18
- – Citizen Times – 4/6/18