Duke Energy and Dominion Resources want to build a 550-mile pipeline to bring natural gas from fracking fields in West Virginia and Pennsylvania to power plants in North Carolina. The project is part of a major shift to make gas “the backbone” of Duke Energy’s future, according to Duke CEO Lynn Good.
NC WARN is a member of the North Carolina Alliance to Protect Our People And The Places We Live: Stop the Pipeline, which is allied with a coalition of Virginia organizations that is also working to stop the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).
In April 2016, NC WARN petitioned the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to accept us as a party in the legal case over the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).
New Gas Infrastructure Is Going To Completely Undermine U.S. Climate Goals, ClimateProgress, July 22, 2016
Marcellus/Utica on Pace for Pipeline Overbuild, Says Braziel, Natural Gas Intelligence, June 8, 2016
Dominion wants to put a pipeline through farmland designated for conservation, ThinkProgress, October 14, 2016
Plans for NC pipeline draw protests, News & Observer, November 19, 2016
Hundreds in NC march against planned natural gas pipeline, WNCN TV, November 19, 2016
Factsheets & Other Resources
Click the links or images below to see NC WARN’s three ACP fact sheets:
Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance factsheet — ACP: Wrong for the Allegheny & Blue Ridge Region
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Climate Fact Sheet by Oil Change International and the BOLD Alliance