Maps & Resources

Close Up of Atlantic Coast Pipeline Proposed Route Map

Informational Resources


Find more detailed information on the ACP's route updates, maps of specific areas, summaries of previous events, and much more.

Factsheets


Potential Karst Area Maps


Previous Meetings and Open Houses

Construction Expos
City (County/Municipality)
  • Bridgeport, WV (Harrison)
  • Eklins, WV (Randolph)
  • Fishersville, VA (Augusta)
  • Emporia, VA (Greensville)
  • Chesapeake, VA (Norfolk)
  • Rocky Mount, NC (Nash)
  • Fayetteville, NC (Cumberland)
Purpose

Introduce the lead contractor, SRC Constructors, LLC, to the communities along the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline route and collect information related to potential vendors and suppliers in or near the project area

Summary

More than 900 people attended the seven events. Nearly 400 people signed up to be potential vendors or suppliers to the project.

National Forest Route Alternatives
City (County/Municipality)
  • Churchville, VA (Augusta)
  • Hot Springs, VA (Bath)
  • Snowshoe, WV (Pocahontas)
Purpose

Introduce significant route alternatives adopted through the Monongahela and George Washington National Forests

Summary

More than 530 landowners and stakeholders attended the three supplemental open houses.

Fayetteville Route Alternative
City (County/Municipality)
  • Fayetteville, NC (Cumberland)
Purpose

To provide informaiton to newly affected landowerns in Cumberland County, NC, where the ACP project team was able to take advantage of an existing transmission line corridor for parallel routing.

Summary

Approximately 130 people attended the supplemental open house.

Buckingham Compressor Station
City (County/Municipality)
  • Buckingham, VA (Buckingham)
Purpose

To share information relating to the proposed Buckingham Compressor Station and work done with the Community Advisory Group.

Summary

Approximately 60 landowners and stakeholders attended the workshop.

Supplemental Open Houses: Brunswick, Boykins and Franklin Collocation Route Alternatives
City (County/Municipality)
  • Emporia, VA (Greensville)
Purpose

To provide information to stakeholders and newly affected landowners in the Emporia, VA, area and gather feedback about potential collocation route alternatives.

Summary

Approximately 100 people attended the supplemental open house.

Supplemental Open Houses: Brunswick, Boykins and Franklin Collocation Route Alternatives
City (County/Municipality)
  • Lovingston, VA (Nelson)
  • Monterey, VA (Highland)
  • Elkins, WV (Randolph)
Purpose

To provide information to stakeholders and newly affected landowners in the areas where route alternatives are being considered and gather feedback about potential collocation route alternatives.

Summary

About 390 landowners and stakeholders attended the three supplemental open house.

Pre-Filing Open Houses: Project Introduction and Chesapeake Energy, Great Dismal Swamp, Meherrin River and Red Oak Route Alternatives
City (County/Municipality)
  • Fayetteville, NC (Cumberland)
  • Smithfield, NC (Johnston)
  • Jackson, NC (Northampton)
  • McKenney, VA (Dinwiddie)
  • Chesapeake, VA (Chesapeake)
  • Blackstone, VA (Nottoway)
  • Lovingston, VA (Nelson)
  • Monterey, VA (Highland)
  • Fishersville, VA (Augusta)
  • Elkins, WV (Randolph)
  • Weston, WV (Lewis)
Purpose

To introduce the ACP project to communities along the proposed route and gather feedback from landowners and stakeholders.

Summary

An estimated 2,455 landowners and stakeholders attended the eleven open houses over the three-week period.

Pre-Filing Open Houses: Project Introduction
City (County/Municipality)
  • Fishersville, VA (Augusta)
  • Monterey, VA (Highland)/li>
  • Lovingston, VA (Nelson)
  • Buckhannon, WV (Upshur)
  • Buckingham, VA (Buckingham)
  • Lawrenceville, VA (Brunswick)
  • Pembroke, NC (Robeson)
  • Nashville, NC (Nash)
  • Fayetteville, NC (Cumberland)
  • Weldon, NC (Halifax)
  • Durbin, WV (Pocahontas)
  • Smithfield, NC (Johnston)
  • Franklin, VA (Southampton)
Purpose

To introduce the ACP project to communities along the proposed route and gather feedback from landowners and stakeholders.

Summary

An estimated 3,600 landowners and stakeholders attended the thirteen open houses over the three-week period.