With Impending Hurricane, MVP Continues Rushed Construction


Virginia’s Department of Environmental Quality stated the morning of September 11 — two days before reported landfall of a Category 4 hurricane — that the agency had “directed work to stop” on the Mountain Valley Pipeline and that construction had in fact stopped. Yet communities report active construction several counties in Virginia and West Virginia. Instead of … Continue reading With Impending Hurricane, MVP Continues Rushed Construction

MVP Organic Farm Protection Plan


In their Final Environmental Impact Statement, Mountain Valley Pipeline notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of five organic farms that would be impacted by the proposed pipeline — four in Monroe County, WV and one in Franklin County, VA. Please see the following document with MVP’s Organic Farm Protection Plan (OFPP), which was originally published … Continue reading MVP Organic Farm Protection Plan

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

MVP Files Request for Notice to Proceed No. 11, Supplemental Materials


Mountain Valley Pipeline filed their eleventh Request for Notice to Proceed on February 20, seeking permission from FERC to begin hand tree-felling activity on properties associated with the Blue Ridge Parkway. If granted, tree-felling would begin on four parcels in Roanoke County, VA and one parcel in Franklin County, VA. MVP asks that FERC grant … Continue reading MVP Files Request for Notice to Proceed No. 11, Supplemental Materials