FERC staff has issued a final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for EQM Midstream Partners LP’s Southgate Project, which would involve the construction and operation of 75 miles of 16-inch and 24-inch diameter interstate natural gas transmission pipeline in Virginia and North Carolina.
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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.
EQT Corp.’s new management team plans to slash spending significantly next year and unload up to $1.5 billion in assets to help cut debt and fulfill the promises made by CEO Toby Rice when he campaigned for control of the company.
The boom in U.S. unconventional natural gas production, particularly growth from the Appalachian Basin, has led to significant savings for residential, commercial and industrial end-users across the country, according to a study commissioned by two Ohio-based industry groups.
Virginia and energy holding company Duke Energy each committed themselves Tuesday to plans aimed at achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has signed an executive order establishing a task force dedicated to creating more downstream manufacturing opportunities as the region’s petrochemical industry expands.
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).
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has ordered Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) to stop work on a two-mile stretch of the project in Montgomery County until erosion and sediment controls are fixed.
EQM Midstream Partners LP said in a regulatory filing on Monday it was again increasing the estimated cost to build the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), which is now expected to enter service in mid-2020 instead of later this year.
Traditional rivals who have faced off for years over issues including property rights and environmental policies have come together in Virginia, calling for establishing a competitive retail electricity market to implement performance-based regulation and other reforms in the state’s energy market.