Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Tell FERC to fix its broken pipeline permitting process

FERC is currently accepting online comment to inform how it should change its harmful pipeline policy. The comment period is open until July 25, 2018. 

Re: Docket # PL18-1-000 - FERC’s request for information and stakeholder perspective to help the Commission explore how it should revise certification of new natural gas transportation facilities.

The current process is extremely outdated and does not appropriately or adequately evaluate whether a proposed natural gas project is or will be required by the present or future public convenience and necessity.

Gas Pipelines - Put People Ahead of Profits

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) recent announcement that it will reconsider how it reviews and approves interstate gas pipelines holds great importance to the communities where our members live, work and play.

This message is being sent to Commissioners on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as well as members of Congress.

Our fight continues...

...to stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. 

Despite the ill advised decision by the NC Department of Environmental Quality to approve the water quality certification for this fracked gas pipeline, we continue our advocacy for this risky and unnecessary pipeline.

Here are two ways you can help: