Videos

To learn more about the NEXUS project and other important pipeline topics, we invite you to watch our series of videos. We cover a range of topics – from routing and construction to safety and compressor stations. In our “NEXUS Means Jobs” video, business and community leaders in Ohio and Michigan talk about the positive economic impact the NEXUS project will have on their communities. We also encourage you to watch our "Energy for Life" videos, where we look beyond pipelines and explore the bigger picture of how natural gas touches all of our lives on a daily basis.

Jobs and Economic Opportunity

  • Video

    NEXUS Means Jobs

  • NEXUS Means Jobs

Land & Routing

  • Video

    How Do You Pick the
    Study Corridor & Route?

  • Video

    How Will This Project
    Affect My Property?

  • Video

    What Happens During Construction?

  • How Do You Pick the
    Study Corridor & Route?

  • How Will This Project
    Affect My Property?

  • What Happens During Construction?

  • Video

    What Will You Survey on My Land?

  • Video

    Who Decides Where the
    Pipelines Goes?

  • Video

    How Will You Restore
    My Farmland?

  • What Will You Survey on My Land?

  • Who Decides Where the
    Pipelines Goes?

  • How Will You Restore
    My Farmland?

Safety & Operations

  • Video

    What is Pigging?

  • What is Pigging?

  • Video

    What Role Does FERC Play in
    Building a New Pipeline?

  • Video

    How Do You Inspect Pipelines

  • Video

    Who Regulates Pipelines?

  • What Role Does FERC Play in
    Building a New Pipeline?

  • How Do You Inspect Pipelines?

  • Who Regulates Pipelines?

Pipeline Infrastructure

  • Video

    Why Do We Need More
    Natural Gas Pipelines?

  • Video

    How Do Compressor Stations Work?

  • Why Do We Need More
    Natural Gas Pipelines?

  • How Do Compressor Stations Work?

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Send Comments to FERC

The easiest way to express your support to FERC is by clicking on the link below to use the eComment feature located on the Commission’s website. This is an easy method for interested persons to submit brief, text-only comments on a project.

FERC eComment

Should you prefer to send a hard copy letter of support to FERC, please use the project reference and address below:

NEXUS Gas Transmission Project,
FERC Docket No. CP16-22-000

Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 First Street NE, Room 1A
Washington, DC 20426