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Companies Behind Mountain Valley Pipeline Fail to Protect Shareholders From This Economically and Environmentally Nonsensical Project

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  • – Blue Virginia – 6/7/21

Water quality impact to be key consideration as Mountain Valley Pipeline hangs in limbo

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 6/1/21

Mountain Valley Pipeline resumes work on steep slopes in Roanoke area

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 5/29/21
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New N.C. State study finds socially vulnerable communities bear brunt of pipelines

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  • – NC Health News – 6/2/21

Comment period for key Mountain Valley Pipeline water permits is here

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 5/24/21

Enviro Groups Argue: Mountain Valley Pipeline Drilling Proposal Requires Virginia Clean Water Act Review

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  • – Blue Virginia – 5/20/21

May 19 Endangered Species Day: Mountain Valley Pipeline Continues To Harm Their Habitats

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  • – Blue Virginia – 5/19/21

New mapping project brings 3 million acres of West Virginia wetlands into focus

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 5/13/21

North Carolina regulators again reject proposed MVP extension

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  • – Roanoke Times – 4-29-21

MVP delayed again as project cost keeps rising

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  • – Charleston Mail-Gazette – 5-5-21

Private land taken for MVP: At what price?

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  • – Roanoke Times – 5-12-21

West Virginia water quality in crosshairs again

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 5-11-21

Pipeline Run; MVP Opponents Continue the Protests

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  • – WVTF Virginia’s Public Radio – 4/28/21

62 groups urge Biden admin to scrap Mountain Valley permits

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  • – E&E Energywire – 4/22/21

Protester who blocked pipeline work in Giles County is charged, jailed

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 4/20/21

Hileman: DEQ should reject MVP’s water-crossing application

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 4/17/21

As it takes up another contentious permit, air board wrestles with public engagement

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  • – Virginia Mercury – 4/29/21

Pipeline opponents urge State Water Control Board to increase oversight

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Candy darter fish gets critical habitat designation, but remains in the path of a pipeline

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 4/9/21

Funds from Mountain Valley Pipeline awarded for Carvins Cove land, other projects

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 4/12/21

WV House approves Senate resolution supporting canceled Atlantic Coast Pipeline project

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 4/9/21

Stream crossings for Mountain Valley Pipeline become more complicated

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 3/29/21

Bondurant: Why was press blocked from tree-sitter removal?

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 3/27/21

FERC rejects bid to halt Mountain Valley construction

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  • – E&E Energywire – 3/25/21

W.Va. joins 21-state coalition in suit against Keystone XL cancellation

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  • – Bluefield Daily Telegraph – 3/19/21

Mountain Valley Pipeline’s extension opposed by existing Transco pipeline

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 3/16/21

Federal court rules that DEQ acted legally in denying MVP Southgate permit, but must explain itself

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  • – The Progressive Pulse – 3/12/21

IEEFA U.S.: Financial rationale for Mountain Valley Pipeline has evaporated in changing market

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  • – IEEFA – 3/8/21

Kevin Campbell: Manchin should chart new course for WV (Opinion)

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 3/16/21

Water utilities, state environmental regulators wary of bill that would relax oil and gas tank oversight

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 3/15/21

Mountain Valley Pipeline still on target for completion this year, developers say

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 2/23/21

Investors Managing $250 Billion in Assets Call on Big Banks to Stop Funding Mountain Valley Pipeline

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  • – Common Dreams – 2/25/21

ATC Rejects Mountain Valley Pipeline Opponents’ Request to See $19.5 Million Agreement

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  • – The Trek – 2/24/21

Blackjewel’s bankruptcy is a harbinger of trouble ahead for the plummeting coal industry

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  • – Courier-Journal – 3/3/21

Conservationists Urge Higher Fines for Mountain Valley Pipeline Project

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  • – Public News Service – 2/18/21

Mountain Valley Pipeline still facing concerns over Lewis County erosion issues

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 2/18/21

ATC Reveals Further Details of $19.5M Pipeline Agreement

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  • – The Trek – 2/16/21

Appalachia’s top natural gas-producing counties falling further behind economically, report says

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 2/10/21

Mountain Valley Pipeline cited again for erosion and sedimentation violations

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 2/4/21

Concerns over erosion impact of Mountain Valley Pipeline continue with project in limbo

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 1/28/21

Mountain Valley to seek new water quality certifications from Virginia

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  • – Virginia Mercury – 1/27/21

Christopulos: Another misleading poll from Mountain Valley Pipeline supporters

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 1/30/21

Living with natural gas pipelines: Appalachian landowners describe fear, anxiety and loss

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  • – The Conversation – 2/3/21

The Biden administration promises to clean up mine land and create jobs in Appalachia. Here are some steps it can take.

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  • – Southerly – 1/19/21

In a rare rebuke, FERC fails to approve Mountain Valley Pipeline’s proposal

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 1/19/20

Forest Service approves MVP crossing through Jefferson National Forest, triggering lawsuit and frustration from environmentalists

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 1/12/21

Electric resource plans suggest hotly contested path to WV’s energy future

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 1/16/21

Manchin on fracking, climate and a clean energy standard

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  • – E&E News – 1/15/21

Appalachian coal mine reclamation bonding issues highlighted in new report

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  • – Charleston Gazette-Mail – 1/14/21

Waters remain muddy for Mountain Valley Pipeline’s stream crossings

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  • – The Roanoke Times – 1/5/20

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