Following federal regulators’ recent approval to start construction in North Carolina, Dominion Energy Inc announced its $6-6.5 billion Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline is on track to enter service in late 2019, according to Rigzone.

The 600-mile Atlantic Coast pipeline will run from West Virginia to Virginia and North Carolina. It is designed to carry about 1.5 billion cubic feet per day of gas from the Marcellus and Utica shale formations in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio to customers in Virginia and North Carolina.

Additionally, Dominion wants to build a 38-mile Supply Header project in West Virginia and Pennsylvania at a cost of about $500 million to feed gas into Atlantic Coast and other pipelines.

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