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Pipeline test failure raises concerns about project safety

Pipeline test failure raises concerns about project safety

A rupture in the Mountain Valley Pipeline during recent testing has reignited concerns among environmentalists and locals, intensifying debates over the project's safety and environmental impacts.

Charlie Paullin reports for the Virginia Mercury.

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Inside the last-ditch effort to stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline

The pipeline is over budget and late, with more hard work ahead. Opponents hope that discourages fossil fuel companies from building others.
Inside the last-ditch effort to stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline
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Inside the last-ditch effort to stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline

The pipeline is over budget and late, with more hard work ahead. Opponents hope that discourages fossil fuel companies from building others.
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Communities concerned about MVP pipeline water pollution explosion risk

After a federal appeals court this week denied a request from a group of Virginia landowners to stop construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline on their land under eminent domain, communities near the pipeline say the project's scale raises serious concerns about safety and landslide risk.

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Mountain Valley pipeline delayed: 4 questions answered

Completion of the closely watched Mountain Valley pipeline will be delayed until next year, and its cost will exceed $7 billion, the project’s lead developer said Wednesday. The updates from Equitrans Midstream mark the latest twist in the saga of the controversial natural gas project, which received Congress’ blessing earlier this year.

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Fear and anger follow the path of Joe Manchin’s Mountain Valley Pipeline

After years of protests and lawsuits, the natural gas pipeline is almost finished. For local residents in West Virginia and Virginia, this is how the project will affect daily life in ways large and small.
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