Pick Your Poison: MVP Threatens Health


In this revealing presentation, Dr. Tina Smusz describes the dangers to public health inflicted on communities by construction and operation of fracked gas pipelines and compressor stations.   Every stage of the Mountain Valley Pipeline, from tree clearing through construction and operation, carries pollution. However, it has the most serious consequences for pregnant women, their … Continue reading Pick Your Poison: MVP Threatens Health

MVP Weekly Report Jan. 11, 2018


Mountain Valley Pipeline has filed its required weekly report to FERC for January 11, 2018, including attached permit timeline, permits issued, and related (PDF) documents: West Virginia Hydrostatic Discharge Approvals Construction Permit Harris Compressor Station (Near Flatwoods, WV. MAP.) Construction Permit Stallworth Compressor Station (Near Meadow Bridge, WV. MAP.) Construction Permit Bradshaw Compressor Station (Near … Continue reading MVP Weekly Report Jan. 11, 2018

Testify at The People’s Tribunal Oct. 28 in Charlottesville, VA


On October 28, 2017 in Charlottesville’s City Space, citizens will hold a people’s tribunal to present and document the perspectives of impacted people along the proposed routes of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) . Both routes target rural, poor, African American, Native American, andAppalachian communities from West Virginia, Virginia, and … Continue reading Testify at The People’s Tribunal Oct. 28 in Charlottesville, VA

Bill of Particulars Sent to VA DEQ


BILL OF PARTICULARS September 14, 2017 Citizens of the New River and Roanoke Valleys, impacted directly and indirectly by the proposed MVP, petition you, Director Paylor, and your staff to conduct a full, professional and transparent review of MVP LLC’s application for 401 Certification. We do so expressing significant reservation with DEQ’s process to date, … Continue reading Bill of Particulars Sent to VA DEQ