Does potential expansion of Atlantic Coast Pipeline to South Carolina change equation for Virginia?

How much gas can the Atlantic Coast Pipeline carry?

That question surged to the front of the pack last week amid ongoing critiques including how Virginia is handling water-quality certifications for the controversial Dominion Energy-led project and arguments before the State Corporation Commission about whether Virginia ratepayers will fork over up to $2.4 billion in additional costs for what opponents say is an unnecessary new source of natural gas.

Dominion Energy’s Dan Weekley, a vice president and general manager at the company, told the South Carolina Clean Energy Summit in Columbia last month that Dominion could bring “almost a billion cubic feet a day into South Carolina” when it extends the pipeline, as “everyone knows” it will, according to an Associated Press report last week.

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