Preserve Monroe Letter to Gov. Jim Justice: Pipeline Construction Not “Critical” During COVID-19 Pandemic


March 27, 2020 Dear Governor Justice, In light of the COVID-19 national pandemic, we would like to address an extremely important issue facing Monroe County, as well as many other areas of rural WV: the imminent arrival of out-of-state pipeline construction crews. Unless local, state and/or federal officials act promptly, as early as April 1st, … Continue reading Preserve Monroe Letter to Gov. Jim Justice: Pipeline Construction Not “Critical” During COVID-19 Pandemic

Landowners file Facial Constitutional Challenge Against FERC and MVP under the Federal Non-Delegation Doctrine


January 3, 2020 Contact: Russell Chisholm, POWHR Co-Chair, russell.powhr@gmail.com, (540) 404-2727 Related: Starting off the New Year with a ‘Bang!’: Virginia Landowners quietly file constitutional case against FERC [Press Statement from Gentry Locke] Landowners file Facial Constitutional Challenge Against FERC and MVP under the Federal Non-Delegation Doctrine WASHINGTON, D.C. — Virginia landowners in the path of the Mountain Valley … Continue reading Landowners file Facial Constitutional Challenge Against FERC and MVP under the Federal Non-Delegation Doctrine

West Virginia DEP Proposes $265,972 Fine Against MVP, Releases Consent Order for Public Comment


To Comment on the Consent Order: Mail written comments to WVDEP’s Public Information Office at 601 57th St., S.E., Charleston, WV., 25304. OR e-mail your comments to DEP.Comments@wv.gov. (Reference Mountain Valley Pipeline, Consent Order #8951) May 14, 2019 CHARLESTON, WV — Today, the West Virginia DEP publicly released their draft Consent Order for the Mountain Valley … Continue reading West Virginia DEP Proposes $265,972 Fine Against MVP, Releases Consent Order for Public Comment

U.S. Court of Appeals Rules Against Landowners in Pipeline Early Possession Case


February 5, 2019 The Court of Appeals for the U.S. Fourth Circuit today ruled against landowners in an appeal of previous courts’ decision to grant the right of early entry to Mountain Valley Pipeline. The landowners questioned whether Mountain Valley could be granted access to property before just compensation had been determined for each landowner … Continue reading U.S. Court of Appeals Rules Against Landowners in Pipeline Early Possession Case

Army Corps Suspends NWP 12 for Mountain Valley Pipeline in Pittsburg District


Late on Friday, the Army Corps of Engineers suspended the authorization of Nationwide Permit 12 for MVP in the Pittsburgh District, which impacts the northern portion of the pipeline’s route. This comes almost three weeks after the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the authorization for the Huntington District in Southern West Virginia, and almost … Continue reading Army Corps Suspends NWP 12 for Mountain Valley Pipeline in Pittsburg District