Tag: Pipelines

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Action Alerts WV Rivers Coalition October 22, 2021
Mountain Valley Pipeline Public Hearings – Nov. 1 and Nov. 4
The Army Corps of Engineers will be holding virtual public hearings on the Mountain Valley Pipeline for residents in West Virginia and Virginia. These hearings are on the pipeline's request to cross streams and wetlands - which means activities that dredge stream beds, dam creeks, drill under rivers, and destroy wetland soils. More
Issues: EventMVPPipelines
Newsletter article WV Rivers Coalition October 15, 2021
Two Virtual Public Hearings on Mountain Valley Pipeline: November 1 & November 4
The Army Corps of Engineers will be holding virtual public hearings on the Mountain Valley Pipeline for residents in West Virginia and Virginia. These hearings are on the pipeline’s request to cross streams and wetlands. More
Issues: Pipelines
Action Alerts WV Rivers Coalition June 16, 2021
Your Comments Needed on Mountain Valley Pipeline – Act by June 22
Your comments needed by June 22! The Mountain Valley Pipeline has applied for a Water Quality Certification from the WV Department of Environmental Protection. This permit is required by Section 401 of the Clean Water Act to ensure that a project can meet water quality standards. The WVDEP has the authority to approve, approve with special conditions, or deny MVP’s application. More
Issues: PipelinesWater
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Newsletter article WV Rivers Coalition March 5, 2021
Let WVDEP Know You Want Them to Hold the MVP Accountable for Water Pollution
The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), a 303-mile project cutting through Wetzel, Harrison, Doddridge, Lewis, Braxton, Webster, Nicholas, Greenbrier, Summers, and Monroe Counties, was recently fined approximately $303,000 by WVDEP. The proposed agreement for the fine is now open for public comment. Comments are due March 13. More
Issues: PipelinesPollutionWater
Newsletters WVEC December 13, 2020
GREEN, Volume 30 Issue 17
Thank you for being a GREEN reader and for joining us on this wild journey that was 2020. As we gear up for 2021, and the legislative session that is right around the corner, we hope that you will consider a year-end gift to help fund our lobbying efforts next year. More
Issues: Climate changePipelinesRenewable energyWater
Newsletter article West Virginia Highlands Conservancy December 10, 2020
Construction Stopped on Mountain Valley Pipeline (at least temporarily)
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has granted a stay of the actions of the United States Army Corps of Engineers in its approvals of stream and wetland crossings by the Mountain Valley Pipeline.  This means that construction on stream crossings has to stop until the appeal is decided. More
Issues: PipelinesWater
Newsletter article  October 5, 2020
WVEC Member Group Profile: Mountain Lakes Preservation Alliance (MLPA)
Mountain Lakes Preservation Alliance was started in 2013 to bring the facts to the public, and local governmental bodies. We described the permanent environmental damage that is occurring due to the construction of these unnecessary pipelines being built on the backs of electric utility ratepayers when the majority of the gas will be exported for corporate profit. More
Issues: EnergyOil and gasPipelines
Newsletters WVEC October 5, 2020
GREEN, Volume 30 Issue 15
We open this month's newsletter with a big welcome to Hannah King, our outreach coordinator and interim lobbyist! Please read Hannah's article on her background and interests and you'll soon see why we are excited to have her on our team. More
Issues: Climate changePipelinesPollutionWater
Blog WVEC June 21, 2018
Appalachia’s $84 Billion Secret: China and the U.S. are planning a massive petrochemical hub in West Virginia.
The biggest energy project you’ve never heard of commonly goes by the acronym ASTH—the Appalachian Storage and Trading Hub. This massive petrochemical hub in West Virginia and Pennsylvania would be the largest infrastructure in the region’s history, consisting of hundreds of miles of pipelines, fracked gas processing facilities, and underground storage of petrochemicals and fracked gas liquids. More
Issues: FrackingHealthOil and gasPipelinesPollutionWater
Newsletter article Chuck Wyrostok January 12, 2018
Mountain Lakes Preservation Alliance and WVEC
Mountain Lakes Preservation Alliance is a multi-county, grassroots group of community members in counties affected by the Mountain Valley Pipeline and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Our mission is to educate the public about the dangers of fracking and gas infrastructure buildout. More
Issues: FrackingOil and gasPipelines
Kanawha River and WV Coal Legislature
Legislative Updates WVEC January 12, 2018
GREEN, Volume 28 Issue 1
Statement from the President on WVEC Priorities. Meet WVEC's lobby team and Mountain Lakes Preservation Alliance More
Issues: FrackingLegislationOil and gasPipelinesSocial justice
Action Alerts Paul Dalzell October 14, 2016
Informational Update on Proposed 42” Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipelines
Come learn what you must know in order to be protected! Expert presenters will be available to answer YOUR questions and help you file comments with FERC. More
Issues: Natural gasOil and gasPipelines
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Action Alerts Conni Lewis June 5, 2015
Call Rep. Mooney about H.R. 2295, the Act to Jam Gas Pipelines Through Federal Land
On June 11, the House Natural Resources committee is scheduled to vote on H.R. 2295 known as the National Energy Security Corridors Act. It is more accurately described as the act to Jam Gas Pipelines Through Federal Land. More
Issues: FrackingPipelines