- – E&E Energywire – 7/12/21
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has granted the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) an additional six months for it to act on a request for water quality certification for the new water crossings proposed for the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
- – Virginia Mercury – 7/8/21
- – E&E Energywire – 6/28/21
A planned July 7 hearing by the Virginia Air Pollution Control Board on the proposed Lambert Compressor Station (LCS) for the Mountain Valley Pipeline has received strong criticism from a cross-section of conservation and citizen organizations. In a June 23 letter to David Paylor,
- – The Roanoke Times – 6/8/21
Twenty conservation groups, including ABRA and several of its members, have urged the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reject the pending application by Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC for its pipeline project to receive a permit for stream crossings under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.
Landowners whose property rights have been threatened by natural gas pipeline projects throughout the nation, including some along the now-cancelled Atlantic Coast Pipeline, have told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) that its current policy for approving such projects is “archaic and in dire need of revision.”
The comments were filed May 26 on behalf of the landowners by the Niskanen Center,
- – Virginia Business – 5/31/21
- – The Washington Post – 6/9/21