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.
It has been two-months since Dominion Energy Transportation, Inc. (DETI), the managing partner of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) project, requested of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) an extension of one year to complete abandonment and restoration of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) project and a two-year extension to construct and place the now-cancelled Supply Header Project (SHP) into service while DETI evaluates options for the potential use of some or all of it.
A denial of Dominion Energy’s request for more time to complete its Supply Header Project (SHP) was a repeated theme among the scores of comments received by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on August 3 and preceding days. Dominion Energy Transmission,
Comments are due by 5 pm, Monday, August 3 on the request by Dominion Energy Transmission, Inc. (DETI), submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on July 10, for an extension of time of 1) one-year to address abandonment and restoration issues for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline,
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission should not act on the extension request for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to be granted one year to address abandonment and restoration activities along the project’s right-of-way without providing an opportunity for a public comment period of at least 30-days,
- – The Recorder – 7/23/20
Dominion Energy submitted a request to the Federal Energy Regulatory (FERC) for a two-year extension of time for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to be completed. The certificate that FERC issued for the project on October 13, 2017 expires on October 13 of this year.
- – The Hill – 5/13/20
Chief Judge Brian Morris for the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana said on April 28 that he would not issue an administrative stay to his April 15 order blocking the Army Corps’ Nationwide Permit 12 (NWP12) program,
A new request to halt construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) was made to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in a January 14 filing by the Southern Environmental Law Center, Appalachian Mountain Advocates and Chesapeake Bay Foundation on behalf of their respective client groups.