FERC granted Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Request for Notice to Proceed No. 4 on February 9, allowing MVP to begin construction on pipeline segments between mileposts 0.0 to 9.6, as well as some access roads and work spaces in Braxton, Doddridge, Greenbrier, Harrison, Lewis, Monroe, Nicholas, Webster, and Wetzel Counties, West Virginia. The original request was filed January 26.
FERC also granted MVP’s Request for Notice to Proceed No. 5 on February 12, allowing MVP to begin construction on pipeline segments between mileposts 198.5 to 210.8, as well as some access roads and work spaces in Giles County, VA. The request was filed January 26, with supplemental materials filed January 30.
The Notice to Proceed bars MVP from constructing anything within Big Stony Creek Historic District and the Greater Newport Rural Historic District until the revised Treatment Plans have been reviewed by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, FERC provides permission to implement the treatment measures, and MVP documents the completion of field work, in accordance with the Programmatic Agreement.