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If the ACP project is allowed to proceed, the ABRA Pipeline CSI program will work to limit the inevitable environmental damage through a program designed to investigate and follow-up on reported incidents of both downstream surface water impact and noncompliance with construction requirements in areas of direct disturbance, including the pipeline corridor, access roads, and stream crossings.

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ACP High Risk Terrain Virtual Tour - Story Map

Updated: Nov 11, 2019

Can't make it out to West Virginia to see the effects of ACP destruction thus-far? We've made a story map to communicate the scale of the situation to you as if you were there yourself.


Check out the ACP High Risk Terrain Virtual Tour Story Map here!

Visit publicly accessible construction sites in Pocahontas and Randolph counties, view photos and videos from drone and airplane fly-overs, and get up to speed on how much actual work ACP has managed to complete amid court challenges and over 2 years of delay.

You will quickly notice that despite Dominion's assurances to their shareholders, ACP is not nearly as far along in construction as they may claim, with only 21 miles out of over 600 actually buried.

The enormous scale of these slopes is truly something to behold, and we've done our best to capture it in this story map tour. But in case that isn't enough, we've even provided directions to each of the tour sites in case you just have to see these sites in person.


For a deeper dive into the details of the sites and the issues at play in this Virtual Tour, check out the presentation put together by the CSI's Rick Webb for the WV Highland Conservancy Fall Review. Click here to view the presentation or click the photo below.

We plan to do more narrative tours of ACP construction risks in the future, so please give us your feedback in the comments below or by sending an email to ben@blueridgegeographics.com or pipelineincident@gmail.com.