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ACP Loses Virginia Permit in Latest Setback

ACP Loses Virginia Permit in Latest Setback

A federal court has vacated yet another regulatory approval for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) project, this time invalidating an air permit for a compressor station in Virginia.

January 9, 2020
Trump Gives Keystone XL Pipeline Another Lifeline

Trump Gives Keystone XL Pipeline Another Lifeline

President Trump on Friday granted a new presidential permit to a long-stalled segment of TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL (KXL) oil pipeline, opening a potential route for the remaining U.S. portion of the 1,200-mile project to move Canadian oilsands to the Gulf Coast.

April 1, 2019
Fourth Circuit Blocks Enviros, Denies Stay of Atlantic Coast Water Crossing Permit

Fourth Circuit Blocks Enviros, Denies Stay of Atlantic Coast Water Crossing Permit

A federal appeals court has shut down an effort by environmental groups to stall Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC’s (ACP) construction plans over a condition in its West Virginia water crossing permit, a tactic that had more success against the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP).

August 29, 2018
Atlantic Coast Water Crossing Permit Holds Up as Court Denies Enviro Challenge

Atlantic Coast Water Crossing Permit Holds Up as Court Denies Enviro Challenge

A federal appeals court has shut down an effort by environmental groups to stall Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC’s (ACP) construction plans over a condition in its West Virginia water crossing permit, a tactic that had more success against the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP).

August 28, 2018

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Narrowly Rules to Toss Permit for NatGas Wells in Residential Area

Two families that have fought for years to stop Inflection Energy LLC from drilling several wells near their homes in northeast Pennsylvania won a victory last week when the state Supreme Court found that the company failed to prove oil and gas development is similar to other uses authorized in a residential-agricultural (R-A) zoning district.

June 4, 2018

Pennsylvania DEP Advances Proposal to Hike Unconventional Oil/Gas Permit Fees

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has formally proposed more than doubling unconventional oil and gas well permit fees to cover the increasing costs of regulating the industry.

May 29, 2018

ACP Working to Identify Work Stoppage Areas After Court Vacates Key Permit

Work continued along the Atlantic Coast Pipeline’s (ACP) 600-mile route after a federal appeals court late Tuesday agreed with environmental groups challenging the project and vacated a key permit in an order that could halt construction in certain areas indefinitely.

May 17, 2018
Ohio AG Sues Rover Pipeline Over Water Quality Violations

Ohio AG Sues Rover Pipeline Over Water Quality Violations

The state of Ohio is suing Rover Pipeline LLC over numerous alleged water quality violations occurring during the 713-mile greenfield project’s construction in the state, Ohio Attorney General (AG) Mike DeWine announced Friday.

November 6, 2017

Ohio EPA Says Rover Missing Stormwater Permit, Has Complied With Other Orders

FERC on Thursday authorized Rover Pipeline LLC to place Phase 1A of its project into service, just in time to meet backer Energy Transfer Partners LP’s target for late summer start-up.

August 31, 2017
U.S. Onshore Permitting Off to ‘Roaring Start,’ With More Activity in Fringe Plays, Says Evercore

U.S. Onshore Permitting Off to ‘Roaring Start,’ With More Activity in Fringe Plays, Says Evercore

Oil and natural gas permits to drill on U.S. land have risen “at least” 49% in every major oil producing state from a year ago, with activity also rising in the fringe areas of major shale plays, Evercore ISI said Tuesday.

May 18, 2017
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