Comments are due to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by March 22 on the February 19 request by Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC to amend its certificate from the agency to change the crossing method for certain wetlands and water bodies.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued on March 16 a notice of scoping and request for public comments regarding environmental issues associated with the pending application (referenced in the above article) to change the method of stream crossings for the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
A scoping period to provide the public an opportunity to comment on the proposed restoration plan for the route of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, which was cancelled on July 5, 2020, has been announced by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) has extended the comment period for the proposed Header Improvement Project (HIP), a proposal by Virginia Natural Gas for a pipeline expansion to serve a new power plant in Charles City, VA. The SCC held a May 12 webcasts hearing and has indicated an additional hearing will be scheduled,
- – The Danville Register & Bee – 9/19/19
Modifications to the West Virginia regulations covering stream crossings for pipelines and similar projects have been proposed by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection. The modifications address the issue of the state’s existing requirement governing the timeframe within which stream crossing must be completed within 72 hours.
- – The Roanoke Times – 1/16/19
A five-week comment period on a draft permit for air emissions from the proposed ACP compressor station in Buckingham has been announced. The comment period opened August 8 and will close on September 11. Further details, including a link to the draft permit,
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has extended the comment period for receiving input from the public on the agency’s review of its policy on certifying natural gas pipelines and related facilities. The parameters of the FERC review and the original comment deadline of June 25 was set forth in an April 25 Federal Register Notice.
A comment period for public input on the adequacy of the U.S. Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permit 12 in protecting streams and wetlands crossed by the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Mountain Valley Pipeline began April 30. It ends on May 30.