FERC late Friday ordered Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC (ACP) to stop all work along the project’s 600-mile route in a move that was widely expected after a federal appeals court last week vacated key permits.
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Duke Energy Corp. subsidiary Piedmont Natural Gas said Friday it plans to build a $250 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facility in Robeson County, NC.
Duke Energy Carolinas, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, has opened a 750 MW combined-cycle natural gas plant at the W.S. Lee Station in Anderson County, SC.
NTE Energy has announced plans to build a large natural gas-fired power plant in Anderson County, SC, and expand its asset base in a region where the company is currently developing two other similar facilities.
FERC on Friday authorized Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC (ACP) to proceed with full construction in certificated workspaces in West Virginia where tree felling has occurred and for other properties without trees where the company has obtained legal rights of access.
FERC on Friday granted a request from Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC (MVP) for some construction activity within the Jefferson National Forest in Monroe County, WV, and Giles and Montgomery counties, VA, to continue building out the 302-mile, 2 million Dth/d interstate natural gas project.
Dominion Energy Inc. said the delayed opening of its Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Maryland was a drag on its guidance for the first quarter, but the company still posted a profit and was making substantial progress with its natural gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).
Williams Partners LP said Thursday Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) has filed an application with FERC seeking authorization for its Southeastern Trail expansion project, which would open up more capacity to meet rising natural gas demand in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
A request filed by a coalition of environmental groups seeking a stay to suspend construction of the Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline (ACP) has been dismissed by a federal court.
North Carolina on Friday issued the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) a section 401 water quality certification (WQC) under the federal Clean Water Act, capping part of a prolonged regulatory process that brings the project one step closer to construction.