"The gas supply that the Utility and the Senators say we are in such need of can be obtained without the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Just a couple of weeks ago a study confirmed that with already planned expansions and modifications, the supply capacity of existing pipelines in the Virginia-Carolina region is more than sufficient to meet expected future peak demand. Columbia Gas has an existing pipeline that serves much of Virginia. It also is connected to a Virginia Natural Gas Pipeline that runs to Chesapeake. The capacity of this pipeline is to be enlarged and will be almost equal to the amount of new gas the ACP would bring."
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