Virginia Officials Reject Dominion IRP And ACP Construction Halted

By Staff, Southernenvironment.org -

Today the Virginia State Corporation Commission issued an order rejecting Dominion Energy’s Integrated Resource Plan, which lays out the utility’s plans for meeting energy needs for years to come [...]

Pipeline Bombshell: Even Dominion Energy Says Mountain Valley Pipeline Contractor Is Incompetent

By Jonathan Sokolow, Bluevirginia.us -

In recent weeks, Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) started tree clearing and ground preparation for its proposed 42-inch, 303-mile fracked natural gas pipeline running from West Virginia through [...]

Federal Appeals Court Nullifies Key Permit For Atlantic Coast Pipeline

By Robert Zullo, Richmond.com   -

A federal appeals court on Tuesday invalidated a key U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service review of the Dominion Energy-led Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a decision environmental lawyers who argued the case [...]

At Dominion Shareholder Meeting, Pipeline Opponents Address CEO Directly In What’s Become An Annual Airing Of Grievances

By Ned Oliver, Richmond.com -

Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline have organized dozens of meetings, protests and marches in an effort to stop the project since it was announced in 2014. But there’s just one time a year [...]

Agency Denies Pipeline’s Request For More Time To Cut Trees

By Sarah Rankin, AP.org -

A federal commission denied a request Wednesday from developers of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline to continue cutting down trees along the project's route beyond an initial deadline [...]

Kitchen-Table Nonprofit Rallies Community To Defeat Energy Giant

By Kelly Canavan, AMP Creeks Council. -

In what feels like a miraculous victory, the Charles County Board of Appeals voted 4 - 1 to deny the zoning special exception that Dominion needs to build Charles Station -- the fracked gas [...]

Protesters Block Dominion Energy’s Tree-Felling Before Permits

By Anne Meador, Facebook. -

Workers were temporarily blocked from entering the site of a proposed compressor station in Southern Maryland early on Thursday morning. Seven people and a baby pulled a wide streamer of blue [...]