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Atlantic Coast Pipeline
Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC – a joint venture composed of subsidiaries of Dominion Resources, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and AGL Resources – is proposing to construct and operate an approximately 554-mile long underground natural gas transmission pipeline and above ground facilities, part of which will be located in Chesapeake.
LATEST UPDATE: FERC issues Notice of Schedule for Environmental Review
On August 12, 2016, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a Notice of Schedule (NOS) for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. The NOS identifies FERC's planned schedule for completion of the environmental review of the project. This is a major step forward for the project and provides a clear road map for the remainder of the federal environmental review process.
The NOS indicates that a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) will be issued in December 2016 and a Final EIS will be issued in June 2017. Additional information about the NOS is available on the FERC Filings and Information page of the ACP project website. The NOS is also available in the FERC eLibrary. The FERC eLibrary is searchable by docket number.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) FERC docket number is CP15-554.
Atlantic filed additional updates to permit tables as more of the survey work has been completed along the route. For more information on the project including update information and route maps, please visit the AC Pipeline website.
- Atlantic Coast Pipeline Proposed Route (map)
- Fact Sheet – “An interstate natural gas facility on my land? What do I need to know?” [12MB]
This brochure is a very large download.
- Project Update – July 2015
- New Docket Number for Application Phase – October 2015