The 303-mile natural gas pipeline must receive state and federal permits to cross water bodies if it is to be completed by next summer.
The company had sought to change the stream crossing method for a 77-mile section of the pipeline in West Virginia.
The U.S. Forest Service has approved, for the second time, Mountain Valley Pipeline’s request to pass through 3.5 miles of the forest
In the latest legal strike at the Mountain Valley Pipeline, a coalition of environmental groups is contesting a federal agency’s decision to allow the troubled project to move forward.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted the company's request to resume work on a 17-mile segment of the pipeline in Giles and Craig counties.
A coalition of environmental groups is challenging a decision that the project would not jeopardize endangered species.
The decision by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stays stream crossings for the troubled pipeline until it hears a challenge of permits, likely next year.
Foes of the Mountain Valley Pipeline have filed another legal attack, this one over the pipeline’s impact on endangered species such as the Ro…
PEMBROKE — The clear, cold waters of Little Stony Creek cascaded over granite bedrock as Rick Sizemore watched from the banks and wondered.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe today directed the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to begin assembling regulations to reduce carbon emissions from Virginia power plants, a move that was celebrated by environmentalists and renewable energy businesses who see the state as a laggard when it comes to solar and wind capacity and energy-efficiency programs.
With the General Assembly convening for its one-day veto session Wednesday, Dominion Virginia Power says it will not stand in the way of a proposed amendment by Gov. Terry McAuliffe that would halt the contentious permitting process for closure of the utility's ash ponds at four locations pending further study and cost analysis.