FERC Issues NTP No. 10 Despite Indian Creek Watershed Association Objections


FERC granted Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Request for Notice to Proceed No. 10 on February 21. The Notice allows construction to commence on the following: Discontiguous portions of the pipeline between mileposts 65.5 and 196.3; The Sherwood Interconnection in Doddridge County, WV 507 additional temporary workspaces, 2 access roads, 2 yards, and 19 anode beds, in … Continue reading FERC Issues NTP No. 10 Despite Indian Creek Watershed Association Objections

MVP Status Report 15


Mountain Valley Pipeline reports 90 percent treefelling complete at Harris compressor station site, 20 percent at Bradshaw, and treefelling commenced at Stallworth site. Other notable statements from the report: Tree felling will continue and road construction will commence at the authorized compressor stations and interconnects in West Virginia. Tree felling will also commence in Spread … Continue reading MVP Status Report 15

FERC Issues NTP 9


February 16, 2018 – FERC has granted Mountain Valley Pipeline’s February 7, 2018 request (Request for Notice to Proceed No. 9), to “commence construction of discontiguous portions of its pipeline between mileposts (MP) 217.1 and 283.9, and at 185 additional temporary workspaces, 62 access roads, 2 yards, 4 anode beds, and 2 points of intersection, … Continue reading FERC Issues NTP 9

FERC Issues NTP Nos. 7 and 8


FERC issued Notices to Proceed Nos. 7 and 8 to Mountain Valley Pipeline on February 14 and 15, respectively. The original requests by MVP were filed February 2 and 5, respectively. Notice to Proceed No. 7 includes permission to construct the following components: Pipeline segments between mileposts 283.9 and 289.1 in Pittsylvania County, VA Pipeline … Continue reading FERC Issues NTP Nos. 7 and 8

MVP Files Revised Treatment Plan for Greater Newport Rural Historic District


Mountain Valley Pipeline filed a revised historic property treatment plan for the Greater Newport Rural Historic District on February 13. MVP asserts that the 342-page filing includes a treatment plan that “has been substantially revised” based on feedback from FERC, Giles County, the Greater Newport Rural Historic Committee, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Shannon Lucas, … Continue reading MVP Files Revised Treatment Plan for Greater Newport Rural Historic District

FERC Issues Notice to Proceed No. 6


FERC granted Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Request for Notice to Proceed No. 6 on February 13. The original request, filed on January 31, sought permission for construction of pipeline segments between mileposts 177.0 and 190.1, as well as 45 additional temporary workspaces in Monroe County, WV. > Notice to Proceed No. 6