MVP Requests Variances F-1, G-2, and Bradshaw-3 in Raleigh, Giles, Wetzel Counties


Mountain Valley Pipeline requested two variances March 27. The first, labeled as F-1, seeks approval of an additional laydown yard in Raleigh County, WV. Aside from this request, Raleigh County is not impacted directly by any portion of the pipeline. Based on the alignment sheets attached to the request, the proposed laydown yard is located … Continue reading MVP Requests Variances F-1, G-2, and Bradshaw-3 in Raleigh, Giles, Wetzel Counties

FERC Approves General Blasting Plan Variance, Allows Use of Ammonium Nitrate


FERC approved Mountain Valley Pipeline’s request for variance “to clarify its General Blasting Plan” March 27. MVP’s original request was filed earlier the same day and asked that FERC approve the request by March 28. Those subscribing to the FERC eSubscription system for the MVP docket received notification of MVP’s request at 9:51am, then received … Continue reading FERC Approves General Blasting Plan Variance, Allows Use of Ammonium Nitrate

Another Tolling Order Issued


FERC issued an additional “Order Granting Rehearing for Further Consideration” — commonly known as a tolling order — in the Mountain Valley Pipeline docket March 26. The tolling order was issued in response to requests for rehearing regarding the Notices to Proceed that have been signed by Paul Friedman, Chief and Environmental Project Manager, Gas Branch … Continue reading Another Tolling Order Issued

Comments to FERC: Week of March 19


This is a compilation of the comments filed with FERC by landowners, concerned residents, county governments, and other interested parties for the week of March 19. John Terry John Terry, a resident of Centreville, VA, filed comments that were added to the FERC docket March 19 asserting that “construction must stop until all the issues” … Continue reading Comments to FERC: Week of March 19