Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) has secured another victory for the 2 Bcf/d Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) cutting across the Hill Country of Texas after a U.S. District Court last week denied a preliminary injunction filed by opponents.
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Despite ‘Considerable Progress,’ USFWS Seeking Longer Review of 2 Bcf/d MVP
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) will need even more time to revise its Endangered Species Act (ESA) review of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), according to a FERC filing.
Texas Hill Country Backlash Continues for 2 Bcf/d Permian Highway Project
One of Kinder Morgan Inc.’s proposed natural gas conduits from the Permian Basin to the Texas coast is facing more legal attacks from cities and landowners in the iconic Hill Country, which now claim the Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) is in violation of federal environmental mandates.
Feds Extend MVP’s Reopened Endangered Species Review by 60 Days
FERC and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) have extended an ongoing Endangered Species Act review of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) by 60 days due to missing information, a regulatory filing this week shows.
FERC Again Orders MVP to Halt All Construction
FERC has ordered Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC (MVP) to stop nearly all construction along the entire 300-mile route just days after a federal court stayed key authorizations for the project.
FERC Asks Feds to Further Review MVP Authorizations
FERC on Wednesday asked the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to revisit some aspects of the approvals issued to the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), threatening to prolong the project’s voluntary work suspensions at points across the 300-mile route.
MVP Facing Enviro Resistance to Halt All Construction
Environmental groups have asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to stay key federal authorizations for the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) while the court reviews a broader challenge.
MVP ‘Doing the Right Thing,’ Limiting Construction to Preserve Habitats
Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC’s (MVP) decision to do “the right thing” and halt construction at points across its 300-mile route to better protect endangered species appears to have satisfied federal regulators and has for now staved off a stop-work order for the entire project.
MVP Voluntarily Halts Some Construction as Setbacks Continue
Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC (MVP) appears to have satisfied federal regulators by limiting construction to protect endangered species, preventing for now what would be a costly stop-work order along the entire route for a delayed project to get more Appalachian shale gas to Southeast markets.
MVP Harming Protected Species, Say Green Groups as Another Lawsuit Filed
Pursuing a strategy that has slowed progress on another major natural gas project, environmental groups have filed a court challenge seeking to overturn federal approvals issued to the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).