Dominion Energy chief Thomas Farrell II will remain executive chairman of the utility, which provides electricity and natural gas to customers in eight states.
Dominion CEO Thomas Farrell's history of railroading Black communities and glorifying the Confederacy is under new scrutiny after the demise of his controversial pipeline.
The decision, written by conservative Justice Clarence Thomas, removes one of several obstacles facing the project.
The proposed 600-mile-long Atlantic Coast Pipeline would bisect the Appalachian Trail, the Blue Ridge Parkway and a pair of national forests.
Virginia Senate Minority Leader Dick Saslaw is the biggest recipient of money from the state’s largest electric utility.
Progress and setbacks on the road to curbing Dominion’s influence.
“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” William Faulkner In March 1865, as the Civil War approached its fiery end
"We expect to receive FERC order approving the project in the next few weeks and begin construction shortly thereafter," Farrell
Cove Point would similarly provide a new outlet for natural gas. According to a press release from Dominion Energy, Cove