Description: Challenge to approvals for natural gas pipeline project running through West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Filing Date Type File Action Taken Summary 11/18/2022 Order Download Joint consent motion to voluntarily dismiss granted. 11/16/2022 Motion to Dismiss Download Joint consent motion to voluntarily dismiss filed. Petitioners requested dismissal in light of the announced cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project. 08/15/2022 Status Report Download Status report filed requesting that petitions for review continue to be held in abeyance. 07/17/2020 Response Download Joint response filed by conservation petitioners and landowner petitioners withdrawing prior motion and consenting to hold cases in abeyance. 07/15/2020 Motion Download Motion to govern further proceedings filed by Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC, and Dominion Energy Transmission, Inc. 06/18/2020 Motion Download Joint motion filed by conservation petitioners and landowner petitioners to remove cases from abeyance. 01/27/2020 Letter Download Letter filed by conservation petitioners regarding supplemental authority. 10/04/2019 Letter Download Letter filed by Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC and Dominion Energy Transmission, Inc. regarding granting of petitions for writ of certioriari for review of the Fourth Circuit decision vacating U.S. Forest Service approvals for Atlantic Coast Pipeline. 10/04/2019 Order Download Court ordered that the cases be removed from the October 16, 2019 oral argument calendar and held in abeyance pending further order of the court; requests to stay denied without prejudice to renewal; parties directed to file motions to govern future proceedings within 30 days of Supreme Court's disposition of the Fourth Circuit cases. 09/13/2019 Order Download Court ordered parties to file supplemental briefs. 08/19/2019 Letter Download Response filed by Wintergreen Petitioners to FERC's August 9, 2019 letter regarding supplemental authority. 08/13/2019 Letter Download Letter filed by Conservation Petitioners in response to FERC's August 9, 2019 letter regarding supplemental authority. 08/09/2019 Letter Letter filed by FERC regarding supplemental authority (Allegheny Defense Project v. FERC). 07/10/2019 Reply Download Joint reply brief filed by conservation petitioners and landowner petitioners. 07/10/2019 Reply Download Reply brief filed by petitioner North Carolina Utilities Commission. 06/26/2019 Brief Download Brief filed by intervenors Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC, Dominion Energy Transmission, Inc., and Independent Oil & Gas Association of West Virginia, Inc. 06/18/2019 Brief Download Brief filed by FERC. 04/12/2019 Amicus Brief Download Amicus brief filed by Institute for Policy Integrity at NYU School of Law in support of conservation petitioners. 04/05/2019 Brief Download Joint opening brief filed by conservation petitioners and landowner petitioners. 12/28/2018 Order Download Motion to transfer denied. 10/15/2018 Motion Download Motion to transfer filed by conservation groups.
In re Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC
Filing Date Type File Action Taken Summary 08/10/2018 Order Download Public interest groups' request for rehearing denied. 11/13/2017 Request for Rehearing Download Request for rehearing, rescission of certificate, and stay filed. Rehearing Sought of FERC Approval of Atlantic Coast Natural Gas Pipeline. Environmental and community groups filed a request for rehearing and rescission of FERC’s authorization for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a natural gas pipeline running through West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina. The environmental groups also asked for a stay of the project. Among the errors asserted by the environmental groups were a failure to adequately assess the project’s reasonably foreseeable greenhouse gas emissions and climate change impacts and a failure to adequately consider all reasonable direct and indirect impacts and cumulative impacts, including the upstream and downstream impacts associated with gas development and compressor stations.