The Gas and Preservation Partnership (GAPP) is an innovative not-for-profit organization whose mission is to work collaboratively and pragmatically with both the energy industry and the preservation community to identify and properly manage historic and cultural resources while encouraging efficient exploration and development of energy reserves.
We seek to devise, exchange, and verify implementation of model voluntary practices for the shale gas industry that facilitate development, manage risk, and yield positive outcomes for historic and cultural resources and the communities that value them. We plan to scale these approaches to other sectors of the energy industry, including rapidly growing wind and solar development.
Native American burials, farmland, earthquakes cited as reasons to deny gas pipeline in Lancaster County
C-VILLE reports that two companies planning natural gas pipelines in Central Virginia face strong opposition from the historic preservation […]
Bridging the GAPP:
Honoring our History
Fueling our Future