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Pipeline Information and Updates

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

Dominion Presentation from the August 12, 2014 Board of Supervisors Meeting

August 12, 2014 BOS Evening Session Recording #1 (MP3 file)

August 12, 2014 BOS Evening Session Recording #2 (MP3 file)

Draft Nelson County Map 8-12-14   Draft Complete Route 8-12-14  SE Reliability Project Fact Sheet 8-12-14

Board of Supervisors Action

Adopted Resolution R2014-51

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:

Landowners:  1-888-895-8716

General Inquiries: SEpipeline@dom.com

Dominion Website: https://www.dom.com/SEpipeline

SE Survey Notification Letter VA

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.

Emmett Toms
DOMINION – State & Local Affairs

Dominion Natural Gas Pipeline Map With NC Road Map Overlay

Southeast Reliability Project – Govt Affairs Talking Points FINAL 5-5-14

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Information

FERC Citizens Guide – Interstate Natural Gas Facilities

FERC website: http://www.ferc.gov

FERC Prefiling FAQshttp://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:

Code of Virginia: Section 56-49.01 Natural Gas Companies; Right of Entry Upon Property