Washington, DC – On Friday, July 29th, the public comment period closed for the Mountain Valley Pipeline’s (MVP) request to extend their Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for four more years. Tens of thousands of commenters conveyed their opposition to MVP’s request. The original certificate was granted in 2017 by the Federal Energy Regulatory … Continue reading Hundreds of Organizations Demand FERC Deny MVP’s 4-Year Extension Request
Last night, Senate Democrats reached a long-awaited deal on spending to combat climate change and bolster clean energy production.
The Mountain Valley Pipeline announced today that it is delaying completion of the project to 2023, increasing the project’s cost to US$6.6 billion, and seeking new permits in a conference call with financial analysts.
FERC adds multiple requirements for Mountain Valley Pipeline’s request to bore under dozens of Appalachian streams and wetlands.
On Thursday, April 7, hundreds will gather on Zoom for ‘We Believe We Will Win: A Rally to Stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline,’ bringing together community leaders in Virginia and West Virginia to share how they achieved these wins, what it will take to stop this disastrous pipeline, and how you can help.
Richmond, VA – Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a decision finding that Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) construction does jeopardize endangered and threatened species, countering the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s previous findings. This decision arrives a week after the Fourth Circuit ruled that the MVP cannot cross the … Continue reading Court Stops MVP From Further Jeopardizing Endangered Species