Information about the Mountain Valley Pipeline
Resources for Landowners
Petition to FERC to deny Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that will give MVP, LLC eminent domain to take away and cut through private property if granted.
Texas Pipeline Easement Negotiation Checklist – For landowners who are approached for the purchase of a pipeline easement to know that they do NOT have to sign what the company puts in front of them.
No Pipeline Trespass Sign – Print this out and post it on your property to notify surveyors to not trespass on your property when you are not present
Letter to MVP From Landowners – Letter to MVP, LLC to deny access to surveyors on your private property
Surveyors Complaint Form – Use this form to report Doyle surveyors to the Board of Engineers
Consumer Complaint Form – Use this form to report Doyle surveyors to the Consumer Protection division of the N.C. Attorney General’s Office
Reports on the Need, Costs and Benefits of the Mountain Valley Pipeline mainline and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
Synapse Report– Report on the need for gas in Virginia and North Carolina
Key Log Analysis of Economic Costs– Looking at the real costs of building a large pipeline. Loss of use/economic benefit of current land, costs to counties, loss of environmental benefits.
Key Log Analysis of Benefits– Taking a look at the purported benefits of the Mountain Valley Pipeline mainline.
IEEFA Report- Report on overbuilding of Utica and Marcellus shale gas pipelines as well as the economic reality and probable future of gas pipeline in Virginia and North Carolina