North Carolina regulators push back Atlantic Coast Pipeline decision

September 18, 2017

Dive Brief:

  • North Carolina regulators have delayed a decision on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline proposal and gave project developers 30 days to provide additional information over potential impacts to streams and wetlands last week.
  • According to Southeast Energy News, the state received more than 9,000 comments regarding the pipeline, with the vast majority opposed to the joint project between Dominion Energy and Duke Energy.
  • The pipeline has sparked significant controversy along its route. The project would carry fracked natural gas from West Virginia into North Carolina and Virginia, and would cost up to $5 billion...

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