MVP Weekly Status Report No. 19 Includes 20 Environmental Compliance Reports

Mountain Valley Pipeline filed Weekly Status Report No. 19 March 22. The report includes information from the March 3 to March 9 reporting period.

Weekly Status Report No. 19 included a total of 20 Environmental Compliance Reports — 19 Problem Area Reports (PARs) and one Noncompliance Report (NCR). The were distributed over the following locations:

  1. Two PARs at the Bradshaw Station site
  2. One PAR at the Mobley Interconnect site
  3. Fourteen PARs in Spread B
  4. Two PARs and one NCR on Spread F

Fifteen of the reports — including the NCR — were related to incidences of trees being cut outside of the limit of disturbance. MVP’s listed resolution for all of these instances was a “discussion with the contractor.”

MVP also reported one landowner complaint on Spread I, described in the following manner:

“Issue: L/O called and expressed concerns: ATWS stakes within hay field and stated that they did not authorize ATWS or access roads on their property. Land agent met with L/O on 3/8 to explain the purpose of the stakes and show him the limits of work as agreed upon in their contract. L/O indicated he was not aware of the proposed work and warned that they would call the Sheriff if they attempt to use the land.

Resolution: Spread I agent will go speak with the landowner in near future.”

Attached to the filing are construction reports indicating the percentage of completion of each stage of construction on each spread, compressor station site, and interconnect site.

MVP indicated that over the next reporting period, tree felling would continue on Spreads A, B, F, and G, tree felling will commence on Spreads C and H, and site construction will continue at compressor stations and interconnects in West Virginia.

>> MVP Weekly Status Report No. 19