• U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Partially Suspends Important Pipeline Permit

    Today, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers informed the corporation building the Mountain Valley Pipeline that it was partially suspending an important permit allowing the company to build the pipeline through streams in West Virginia.

    This action took place after Appalachian Mountain Advocates notified the Corps that MVP had admitted that it could not complete construction of several major stream » Continue Reading. Continue reading

  • New challenge to MVP project questions river crossing permit

    By Ken Ward Jr. Charleston Gazette-Mail

    Federal officials approved the Mountain Valley Pipeline using a streamlined review process that isn’t allowed for projects with the kind of time-consuming river crossings involved in construction of the 300-mile natural gas pipeline, lawyers for citizen groups and environmental organizations told a federal appeals court on Tuesday.

    Lawyers for the Sierra Club, the West » Continue Reading. Continue reading