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Friends of Wintergreen announced today that nearly 1,000 Wintergreen property owners plan to individually sue the Atlantic Coast Pipeline for damages to their property if the pipeline company seizes land used by the Wintergreen community. These actions follow a rare...read more
BUCKHANNON – Construction on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project is expected to begin on April 1, 2018, and that is not an April Fool’s joke. Mike Cozad, a third-party contractor for ACP, came to the Upshur County Commission’s weekly meeting Thursday to provide...read more
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A federal judge on Thursday tapped on the brakes — at least for now — in Mountain Valley Pipeline’s effort to fast-track one of two lawsuits against hundreds of landowners seeking to use eminent domain to gain easements for construction of its more than 300-mile...read more
Roughly 5,000 barrels of oil, or about 210,000 gallons, spilled from the Keystone pipeline on Thursday in South Dakota, sending cleanup crews and emergency workers to the remote northeast portion of the state. The spill, near Amherst, S.D., comes just days before...read more
In an effort to stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Friends of Nelson filed a request for rehearing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Monday on the commission’s recent decision to issue a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity for the natural gas...read more
Hampton Roads residents need to wake up to the specter of Dominion Energy’s plans for building the 600-mile-long Atlantic Coast Pipeline. The Norfolk City Council will vote Tuesday on a bid by ACP LLC to buy an easement that will allow the company to build a...read more
WAWAYANDA - A federal appeals court has issued a preliminary order that prevents the start of construction of a gas pipeline to the nearly completed Competitive Power Ventures plant while state and federal regulators continue their dispute over a critical permit for...read more
Developers of a proposed natural gas pipeline are suing hundreds of landowners to gain rights of way granted by federal regulations. CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Developers of a proposed natural gas pipeline are suing hundreds of landowners in two states to gain rights of...read more
HELENA, Ala. – For the second time in two months, a pipeline that supplies gasoline to millions of people was shut down, raising the specter of another round of gas shortages and price increases. The disruption occurred when a track hoe — a machine used to remove...read more