Eight environmental groups have filed a request with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) asking that it supplement its Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Mountain Valley Pipeline project to address significant new circumstances and information bearing on MVP’s environmental impacts.” The August 27 filing cites several federal permits that the MVP project is missing.
- – The Highlands Voice – 9/1/20
- – Virginia Mercury – 7/17/20
“A trio of utility giants building a natural gas pipeline that would cut across the Appalachian Trail has spent more than $109 million lobbying federal lawmakers and officials since the $7.8 billion project was unveiled five years ago,” according to an analysis by MapLight,
- – The Recorder – 9/19/19
- – Law360 – 9/17/19
- – Appalachian Voices – 8/1/19
The four sitting members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission fielded a barrage of questions this week about how the agency incorporates climate change considerations in their decision making. At the June 12 hearing before Energy Subcommittee of the U.S.
- – The Recorder – 4/25/19
ABRA has asked the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) why it has proclaimed that its review of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) covered “every foot” of the project, when recently discovered evidence contradicts that. In an April 19 letter to DEQ Director David Paylor,