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About the Frack Free NC Alliance

“Frack-Free NC” is a network of grassroots organizations who believe that shale gas development using “fracking” and horizontal drilling cannot be done without bringing harm to our waters, land, air, communities and public health. We are working to keep North Carolina frack free. Learn more...

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Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) is a proposed highly pressurized natural gas pipeline planned to go through WV, VA & 8 eastern NC counties (Northampton, Halifax, Nash, Wilson, Johnston, Sampson, Cumberland, Robeson).

The pipeline would enter NC in Northampton County, where a large compressor station would be built, and end in Robeson County, near Pembroke, with an extension to Hamlet via the Piedmont Connector Pipeline, and possibly into SC. The pipeline would be nearly 600 miles long, and the cost of the project would be over $5.5 billion, to be paid for by YOU (NC electric ratepayers)!

 

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Helpful Handouts

Handout with general information on the ACP

Blast Zone Report by Clean Water for NC

ACP Safety Pamphlet

 

Resolutions against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Resolution by UNC-Pembroke

 

Photos of Actions

 

Belinda Joyner at Northampton County ACP Compressor Station Hearing
November 2017, Garysburg

 

Concerned residents at Northampton County ACP Compressor Station Hearing
November 2017, Garysburg

 

All I Want for Christmas is NO ACP Rally November 2017, Raleigh

 

401 Water Crossings Permit Hearing
July 2017, Rocky Mount

 

NC Walk against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
March 2017, Halifax County

 

ACP Draft Environmental Impact Statement Hearing
February 2017, Fayetteville