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Atlantic Coast, Mountain Valley Pipelines Receive Approval

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has greenlit both the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley natural-gas pipelines, which would both start in West Virginia, “carrying gas from the Appalachian basin to U.S. markets,” the Associated Press reports.

“The $3.5 billion, 303-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline would run south from northern West Virginia through the center of the state, cross into Virginia west of Roanoke and then cut southeast to a point north of Danville.

“The 600-mile, approximately $5 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline would start in north-central West Virginia, cross Virginia and bend through eastern North Carolina.” 

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