Our Mission >

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.

REPORT A VIOLATION

EMAIL: CSI@abralliance.org

  • Email photos and a typed description of your observations.

ONLINE FORM: Click here

HOTLINE: 877-462-2272 (877-GO2-ABRA)

  • Leave us a message describing your observation, its location, and your name and number.

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CONTACT ABRA >

P.O. Box 96
Monterey, VA 24465

T: 703-298-8107

E: lewfreeman@gmail.com

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Part of our program goal is to make understanding the pipeline regulatory system easier for the people affected by it. We have spent lots of effort compiling the documents and construction reports vital to understanding the ACP permitting and current construction process. Most of these documents can be found by searching the FERC Docket, but without knowing your way around these different maze-like government agency websites, people get discouraged easily and lose interest due to the hassle and headache. We thought it helpful to put everything in the same place to meet our goal of leveling the playing field by making information accessible to the public.

 

AGENCY & COMPANY INSPECTION REPORTS

"As committed to in their applications and in accordance with the Order for the above referenced dockets, Atlantic and DETI agreed to fund an Environmental Compliance Monitoring Program (Program) during construction of the Project."

 

 - from FERC Environmental Compliance Monitoring Program Weekly Summary Report

 

Every week environmental inspectors for ACP, LLC/Dominion Energy Transmissions Inc and FERC (3rd-party contractors) or inspectors for WV DEP must make a report on the conditions of construction from an environmental compliance standpoint. And every week, we update these DropBox folders with these reports so you don't have to go digging for them.

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REGULATORY SYSTEM INFO

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

 

FERC is responsible for review and approval of interstate natural gas transmission projects.

FERC Docket

The FERC Docket provides online access to project-related documents, submissions, and comments, notices, etc. The docket number for the ACP Project is CP15-554-000 & CP15-554-001.

FERC's Docket Search Page: Access based on docket number and date range.

FERC's General Search Page: Access based on docket number, date range, and text searches.

Comments can be submitted to FERC by going to FERC Online and selecting eComment or eRegister.

The eComment section is limited to text-only submission less than 6,000 characters in length. The eRegister option allows attachments and provides an option to subscribe to receive notices of all docket postings.

 
UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE

The Forest Service website includes project information related to the proposed ACP project in the National Forests, including background-related Forest Service laws and guidance, Forest Service filings and review documents, and review process schedule.

Forest Service Record of Decision
Forest Service Special Use Permit
ACP Construction Operations and Maintenance Plan
ACP High-Hazard Area Designs
Forest Service Checklists, Inspection Report Forms

USFS Management Plans
 

Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

VADEQ Website Content:
 

West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection

WVDEP Website Content: