Note: On February 11, Dominion Resources released its report on the potential economic impacts of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. One of the main claims of the analysis, conducted by an independent consulting firm, is that the ACP would provide more availability of natural gas to the regions surrounding the pipeline and result in $377 million annually in lower energy costs.
You can find the report here.
Friends of Nelson, a group in Central Virgina opposing the ACP, challenges some of the assumptions of Dominion’s report and points out many factors which were omitted from the analysis. Cetology looks forward to the forthcoming independent study on the impacts of the ACP commissioned by Nelson County landowners.
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