April 16, 2015
Letter sent by Congressman Hurt to FERC requesting they hold a second scoping meeting and adjust the scoping period on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
April 16, 2015
Dominion Sends out ACP project update.
April 10, 2015:
Letters to Federal Legislators Authorized by the Board of Supervisors requesting that they request the conduct of another FERC Scoping meeting to be held in Nelson County and an extension of the FERC Scoping comment period to May 28, 2015.
April 2, 2015:
USDA George Washington and Jefferson National Forests Special Use Application for ACP.
March 30, 2015:
Board of Supervisors Action March 26, 2015:
Letters to FERC Authorized by the Board of Supervisors requesting the conduct of another FERC Scoping meeting to be held in Nelson County and an extension of the FERC Scoping comment period to May 28, 2015.
March 11, 2015:
Board of Supervisors Action March 10, 2015:
Adopted Resolution R2015-24: Board of Supervisors Petitioning Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC and FERC to Consider a Preferred Route Minimizing the Use of Eminent Domain Takings of Personal Property.
March 4, 2015:
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is postponing its informational open house that was scheduled for Thursday, March 5, in Lovingston, Va., at the Nelson County High School because of the winter storm that is forecasted for Central Virginia.
The open house has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 10, 5-7:30 p.m., at the high school.
February 27, 2015: FERC Announces Series of Project Scoping Meetings For Public Comment on Environmental Issues Related to the Proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project and Supply Header Project:
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|Wednesday, March 18, 20157:00 PM||Nelson County Middle School6925 Thomas Nelson HighwayLovingston, VA 22949|
February 23, 2015: Dominion Provides Alternate Routes in Nelson and Will Hold A Public Meeting on Thursday March 5, 2015 at Nelson County High School 5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
February 19, 2015: Dominion Issues Correction to FERC Regarding .Meeting With County Staff and Officials. On 2/20/2015, the following Filing was submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), Washington D.C.:
Filer: Dominion Transmission, Inc. Dominion Transmission, Inc. (as Agent)
Docket(s): PF15-5-000 PF15-6-000
Lead Applicant: Dominion Transmission, Inc.
Filing Type: Supplemental/Additional Information
Description: Supplemental Information (Regarding the January 2015 Monthly Status Report) of Dominion Transmission, Inc. under PF15-6 et.al.
Dominions Updated Filing with FERC-January Monthly Status Report – January Monthly Status Report
On October 31, 2014, Dominion Transmission and its partners submitted a request to initiate the pre-filing process with FERC for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project – Accession Number 20141031-534. This request was approved on November 13, 2014 and Docket # PF 15-6 was issued to the project.
To access e-Filings with FERC related to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, follow the link below and enter Docket # PF 15-6 in the search Docket Number field and click Submit:
* The Board of Supervisors Resolution R2014-67, Board of Supervisors Opposition to Atlantic Coast Pipeline was submitted via the FERC e-filing system and posted in the FERC e-Library on November 12, 2014. Accession Number 20141112-5292
To register with FERC in order to comment on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project or to subscribe to Docket # PF 15-6 in order to be notified by email about project submittals and issuances, follow the link below and its instructions:
On Wednesday, January 14, 2015, Dominion Transmission and its partners, along with staff from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), will be conducting the second public meeting on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Nelson County from 3:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Nelson County High School/Middle School auditorium.
Dominion Right of Way (ROW) Contact in Nelson County: Jeff Arrington Phone: 540-250-6298.
On Wednesday, October 1, 2014, Dominion Transmission, Inc. will begin surveying only those properties in the County whose owners have given them permission to do so.
Board of Supervisors Action September 9, 2014
September 2, 2014: Southeast Reliability Project Renamed Atlantic Coast Pipeline
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Information:
Dominion Transmission Atlantic Coast Pipeline Webpage: dom.com/acpipeline
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Resources and FAQs:
- ACP Fact Sheet
- Public Participation Opportunities in FERC Process
- General questions and answers
- Operational questions and answers
- Landowner questions and answers
- FERC brochure (addresses their procedures, landowner rights, location decisions, and safety and environmental issues)
- INGAA Commitment to Landowners
View proposed route maps below:
High-resolution Aerial Maps – Proposed Route and Land Parcels
Note: These are large PDFs – allow time to load; some maps have several pages.
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Call toll free at 1-888-895-8716 and one of our right-of-way representatives will follow up with you.
Call toll free at 1-844-215-1819 or email us at email@example.com and we will respond in a timely manner.
Facebook Page: Atlantic Coast Pipeline
Dominion Transmission, Inc. SE Reliability Project – Presentation to Board of Supervisors on August 12, 2014 at 7 p.m. in the Nelson Middle School Auditorium
Board of Supervisors Action
Dominion Transmission’s Response to the Adoption of Resolution R2014-51:
“Dominion is looking forward to updating the Nelson County Board of Supervisors about the company’s Southeast Reliability Project at the board’s Aug. 12 meeting. In the interim, Dominion will not be performing any land surveys in Nelson County until after we have updated the board.”
Information Provided by Dominion Transmission, Inc. (“Dominion”)
Dominion Contact Information:
General Inquiries: SEpipeline@dom.com
Dominion Website: https://www.dom.com/SEpipeline
Pipeline Route Map (Original)
Note from Dominion Virginia Power – As the proposed pipeline is still in the preliminary stages and is constantly changing, we will not be able to provide any detailed locational drawings to you at this time. The reason for sharing a potential pipeline route with landowners is to show them what we have found through our initial research. That research, combined with landowner feedback to help locate other areas to avoid, will ensure the best possible route with the least impact to the environment, historic and cultural resources, etc. If the project moves forward, there will be plenty of opportunities throughout the review process for landowners, county officials and other interested parties to provide additional input.
Thanks for your understanding of the preliminary nature of this project.
DOMINION – State & Local Affairs
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Information
FERC website: http://www.ferc.gov
FERC Prefiling FAQs: http://www.ferc.gov/help/faqs/prefiling.asp
FERC Gas Pipeline and Gas Storage Permitting Process: http://www.ferc.gov/help/processes/gas-pipe-stor-perm.asp
FERC Customer Assistance:
For further assistance and public inquiries, please contact:
Office of External Affairs
1-202-502-8004 1-866-208-3372 (Toll-free)
For assistance with ferc.gov or eFiling, please contact:
FERC Online Technical Support
1-202-502-6652 1-866-208-3676 (Toll-free)
For materials and copying assistance, please contact:
Public Reference Room
1-202-502-8371 1-866-208-3676 (Toll-free)
INGAA – Interstate Natural Gas Association of America
INGAA Website: http://www.ingaa.org/Topics/Pipelines101.aspx
INGAA Interstate Pipeline Desk Book: http://www.ingaa.org/11885/Reports/DeskBook.aspx
Code of Virginia Information: