August 2020, Vol. 247, No. 8

A Week Like no Other

Developers Cancel Long-Delayed Atlantic Coast Pipeline

P&GJ Staff Report The developers of the long-delayed, 600-mile (965-km) Atlantic Coast Pipeline canceled the multistate natural gas project, citing recurring litigation, permitting uncertainties and mounting costs.  An early section of pipeline from the canceled project. (Photo: ACP) Despite being handed a U.S. Supreme Court win concerning a critical permit a month before making the announcement, Dominion Energy and Duke Energy said in a news release that “recent developments have created an unacceptable layer of uncertainty and anticipated delays” for the project designed to cross West Virginia and Virginia into North Carolina. T

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