On July 5, 2020, we announced the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), an underground transmission line that was designed to transport natural gas supplies from West Virginia to public utilities in Virginia and North Carolina to generate cleaner electricity, heat homes and power local businesses. While the critical need for natural gas remains across communities in Virginia and North Carolina, this was a necessary decision given the ongoing legal uncertainties facing the project. We remain grateful to the tens of thousands of people in West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina who lent their support to the project in many ways over the past six years.
As we close out the project, we will continue to keep the communities and environmental stewardship at the forefront. Over the coming weeks and months, we will be working with landowners, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and other agencies to determine the best path forward for all agreements and assets related to the project.
Landowners have already received initial communications regarding first steps. For further questions, landowners should contact their land agent directly.
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions for additional answers related to the restoration process.
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