Limited Notice to Proceed & State Approvals Move Project Forward The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued the ACP a Limited Notice to Proceed. Paired with approvals from the NC DEQ and WV DEP, the notice paved the way for tree felling and pre-construction to begin along the pipeline route. Read more »
Arctic Blast Shows the Need for the ACP Icy temperatures sent natural gas prices in our area soaring from $3 per dekatherm to $175 per dekatherm and caused spot shortages. The Atlantic Coast Pipeline Learn More »
Stay Up-to-Date on Construction Activity The ACP website now has an all-inclusive place to get updates during the construction process, including regulatory approvals, maps, and state and county news alerts. Learn More »
A Good, Steady Job Meet Brian Simpson, of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 147. What does the ACP mean to him?
NC can open a pipeline to new industry Forbes recently ranked North Carolina the No. 1 state for business in the country, and for good reason. Economic development work brings out the best of who we are as North Carolinians. Building the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will help make North Carolina even more competitive when recruiting industry to the state. “The order given by FERC is an exciting development for Virginia, and I am proud to be a supporter.” Read more »
Governor should lead on pipeline A North Carolina contributor asks Gov. Roy Cooper to express his support of the ACP, stating, "For Eastern North Carolina, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline has major economic and environmental implications." Read more »