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A new pipeline is coming to North Carolina. Dominion Energy is planning to build it -- spanning 45 miles in the northern part of the state.
Dominion Energy is planning to build a new pipeline in the northern part of North Carolina. It would pass through Rockingham, Caswell and Person.
Several residents of Person County have expressed their disapproval of the project. The community argued that the facility has the potential to harm the land, water and air.
A room full of people shamed commissioners in Person County Tuesday night - because they voted to pave the way for a liquid natural gas facility on more than 600 acres.
The room was filled with people who expressed their disapproval of the project. The community argued that the facility has the potential to harm the land, water and air.
Dominion Energy said crews will be working on the road "for a while."
Dominion Energy has proposed a pilot project to test a new hydrogen blend that could reduce carbon emissions to be based in North Carolina.
Friday, Oct. 30, 2020 -- There is so much uncertainty these days. It is hard to imagine contemplating a couple of days or weeks into the future. But Gov. Roy Cooper with the governors of Virginia and Maryland, remind us that we cannot be consumed by apprehension of what the COVID-19 pandemic sends our way. The future isn't limited to what must be done to sway the outcome of the election five days from now. The agreement on offshore wind energy development - a framework for the states to work together to advance projects - is about the future. It is looking ahead years and decades from now.
Thursday, July 30, 2020 -- As of last month, households in North Carolina were as much as $253 million behind in utility payments. Hundreds of thousands of our relatives, friends and neighbors will be unable to pay their past-due bills, keep the lights on, attend online schools and cool their homes. This problem needs both a short and a long-term solution. We're in crisis mode now, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't consider how to address the energy burden many North Carolinians face, pandemic or not.
An overturned Dominion truck created a traffic incident on I-440 westbound Saturday afternoon.
Dominion Energy and Duke Energy announced the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project citing cost uncertainty and ongoing delays.
Crews with Dominion Energy said they were working on a gas leak that delayed traffic in a part of Raleigh.
The Supreme Court sided with energy companies and the Trump administration Monday in reinstating a critical permit for a proposed natural gas pipeline that would cross under the Appalachian Trail.
By MARK SHERMAN, Associated Press
Line would run along the trail for 6 miles under one plan, which company says isn't final.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
Four families had to evacuate their homes Saturday morning because of a gas leak in Raleigh.
Employees of Dominion Energy got into the spirit of giving Tuesday. They filled boxes with food and donated a number of gits to hand out to Triangle families who need a little extra help right now.
Officials were working to repair a gas leak in Holly Springs on Tuesday.
Rosalia Fodera, WRAL News reporter and Kara Lysle, WRAL production assistant
Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 -- Ten months and nearly $60,000 in taxpayer funds paid to Eagle Intel Services of Wilmington to look into a $58 million Atlantic Coast Pipeline mitigation agreement negotiated by Gov. Roy Cooper's office -- it is hard not to come to the conclusion that it is more about partisan politics than any potential wrong-doing.
Authorities have closed N.C. Highway 42 at Buffalo Road after crews accidentally struck a gas line during a road widening project Tuesday afternoon, officials said.
Rosalia Fodera, WRAL reporter
There have been dozens of gas leaks in the last several weeks across the Triangle.
Mark Boyle, WRAL reporter
Search through thousands of pages released Dec. 20 by the governor's office in response to requests for records related to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the related mitigation fund.
Tyler Dukes, WRAL investigative reporter, and Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter