MVP Variance Requests through FERC (Last Updated 5/22/19)
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Variance Request NameDate of RequestOriginal Request DocumentDescription of RequestDate of ApprovalNumber of Days to ApproveFERC Approval DocumentNotes
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C-119-Mar-18MVP Variance Request C-1Route modification to avoid identified bat hiberniculum in Braxton County, WV near MP 74.523-Mar-184FERC Approval of Variance Request C-1
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Bradshaw-121-Mar-18MVP Variance Requests G-1 and Bradshaw-1Add laydown yard LY-037, approximately 23.38 acres in Monroe County, WV along US Highway 2193-May-1843FERC Approval of Variance Request Bradshaw-1
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G-121-Mar-18MVP Variance Requests G-1 and Bradshaw-124-hour operations at the Bradshaw Compressor Station through May 31, 2018 to complete grading and site-preparation activities26-Mar-185FERC Approval of Variance Request G-1
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F-127-Mar-18MVP Variance Requests F-1 and G-2Add laydown yard LY-050, aproximately 21.09 acres in Raleigh County, WV near I-64. Space currently owned by a contractor on the project (Trinity)3-Apr-187FERC Approval of Variance Request F-1
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G-227-Mar-18MVP Variance Requests F-1 and G-2Add laydown yard LY-026, approximately 14.84 acres in Giles County, VA along US Highway 4604-Apr-188FERC Approval of Variance Request G-2
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MVP-127-Mar-18MVP Variance Request MVP-1Variance to clarify the General Blasting Plan. The following is a list of the changes MVP made to their General Blasting Plan, originally drafted and approved April 2016. Quoted changes within context are underlined:

-Blasting Specifications: Blasting for pipeline facilities grade or trench excavation, compressor station and interconnect site development will be considered only after all other reasonable means of excavation have been evaluated and determined to be unlikely to achieve the required results.

-Blasting Requirements, General Provisions: The Contractor shall be responsible for supplying explosives and blasting materials that are perchlorate-free in order to eliminate the potential for perchlorate contamination of ground water, except that detonators containing non-combined amounts of perchlorate, such as Dyno Nobel NONEL EZ Det or equivalent, are an industry standard and shall be permitted. Further, while the use of bulk ammonium nitrate is prohibited, the use of emulsion type explosives, including those having ammonium nitrate as a constituent, such as Dyna 1062 Bulk Emulsion or equivalent, shall be permitted, as these types of explosives are considered industry standard for area blasting related to large scale earthwork construction.

-MVP Project Contacts and Related Permitting Prior to Blasting (Table 7.1.1): MVP added contact information for the West Virginia Fire Marshall, which requires a permit and notification before blasting occurs

-Storage Use at Sites: MVP added a provision that Contractors "shall maintain a daily and/or blast inventory record of all explosive materials transported, used, and returned to off-site storage, when no storage is located on the blast site."

-Pre-Blast Operations: Dyno Nobel 1062 Bulk Emulsion (or equivalent) was added to the list of explosive and initiation system types that can be used. The substance is described as "an emulsion/gel product commonly used for area blasting such as road alignments or large pads. It contains the following major components: ammonium nitrate (30 to 80% w/w, calcium nitrate, sodium nitrate, and No. 2 diesel fuel (1 to 8% w/w)."
27-Mar-180FERC Approval of Variance Request MVP-1
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Bradshaw-329-Mar-18MVP Variance Request Bradshaw-3Variance at the Bradshaw Compressor Station site in Wetzel County, VA allowing crews to access approximately 1.4 acres of additional space in order to repair a slip on the hillside adjaicent to the access road for the site30-Mar-181FERC Approval of Variance Request Bradshaw-3
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Harris-25-Apr-18MVP Variance Request Harris-2Add contractor yards CY-002 and CY-002A, approximately 1.25 acres across from the WB interconnect site and near the Harris Compressor Station6-Apr-181FERC Approval for Variance Request Harris-2
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A-313-Apr-18MVP Variance Requests A-3 and E-1Add laydown yard LY-051, approximately 34.1 acres in Harrison County, WV near Meadowbrook Road. The lot is leased by Precision Pipeline. The yard would include topsoil and fuel storage, even though it contains four delineated wetland areas and closely borders nine more17-Apr-184FERC Approval of Variance Request A-3
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E-113-Apr-18MVP Variance Requests A-3 and E-1Add laydown yard LY-027, approximately 34.1 acres in Braxton County, WV near US Highway 60 and the Meadow River19-Apr-186FERC Approval of Variance Request E-1
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I-120-Apr-18MVP Variance Request I-1Add laydown yards LY-045 and LY-046, totalling approximtely 12.75 acres in Franklin County, VA near State Route 101923-Apr-183FERC Approval of Variance Request I-1
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Variance Request for Tree Felling on U.S. Forest Service Lands after March 3123-Apr-18MVP Variance for Tree Felling in JNF after March 31Request that the deadline for tree clearing on U.S. Forest Service property be extended beyond the original deadline of March 31. The company indicated that the request was granted by other relevant agencies, and would be in compliance with the FEIS for the following reasons:

-The affected area is very small;
-Unforseen circumstances necessitate an extension;
-All other federal agencies, including the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service, approved the request;
-No impacts to migratory birds are expected;
-The variance would be consistent with the Biological Opinion on bats;

MVP said the work on the remaining 0.31 acres of forest land could not be completed "due to the actions of obstructionists," referring to the various aerial blockades erected by forest protectors that prevented work. MVP requested that the variance be approved "as soon as possible," and FERC approved the request the same day, extending the deadline for tree cutting in the Jefferson National Forest to May 31, 2018.
23-Apr-180FERC Approval of Variance Request for Tree Felling in JNF after March 31
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D-14-May-18MVP Variance Request D-1Add laydown yard LY-038, approximately 9.8 acres in a wetland-spotted area adjaicent to US Route 279 in Nicholas County, WV9-May-185FERC Approval for MVP Variance Request D-1
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A-68-May-18MVP Variance Request A-6Add laydown yard LY-052, approximately 27.75 acres in Harrison County, WV along County Route 279 10-May-182FERC Approval for Variance Request A-6
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F-211-May-18MVP Variance Request F-2Add laydown yard LY-031, approximately 9.22 acres along US HIghway 219 in Monroe County, WV15-May-184FERC Approval of Variance Request F-2
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D-215-May-18MVP Variance Request D-2Add access road NI-139.01, ATWS-1503, and ATWS-1504 in Nicholas County, WV near MP 112. The documentation notes that this was submitted at the request of the landowner in order to eliminate the use of access road NI-139. The ATWS requested allows for the needed turn radius on the new access road16-May-181FERC Approval for Variance Request D-2
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A-518-May-18MVP Variance Requests A-5, E-2, and H-3Request to shift the LOD by 25 feet to avoid encompassing a Dominion pipeline in its permanent easement and to mininmize the number of times MVP crosses the Dominion pipeline. This shift occurs in Harrison County, WV near MP 28.5-29.524-May-186FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-5, E-2, and H-3
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E-218-May-18MVP Variance Requests A-5, E-2, and H-3Add laydown yard LY-059, access road ANC-008, and workspaces ATWS-1456 and ATWS-1457, impacting approximately 11.11 acres in Raleigh County, WV near US Route 19 near Goodman Drive24-May-186FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-5, E-2, and H-3
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H-318-May-18MVP Variance Requests A-5, E-2, and H-3Route adjustment for cultural area north of the Roanoke River between MP 234.85 and 235.46 in Montgomery County, VA. This includes adjustments to access roads MN-279.02 and MN-279, as well as to workspaces ATWS-724, ATWS-1505, ATWS-1507, ATWS-1506, ATWS-726, and ATWS-725. The change results in a net reduction of 1.33 acres impacted 24-May-186FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-5, E-2, and H-3
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F-321-May-18MVP Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4Request by the landowner to move the centerline in Roanoke County between MP 240 and 241.6, where the pipeline crosses land under a conservation easement. The request includes modifications to access road RO-281, the addition of access roads RO-281.01 and RO-281.02, and modifications to workspaces ATWS-1229 and ATWS-1129A. The change impacts approximately 8.15 additional acres25-May-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4
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I-221-May-18MVP Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4Adjustment to pipe alignment and workspaces ATWS-293 and ATWS-293A to avoid impacts to a stream and wetland in Summers County, WV around MP 159.27. The variance includes a net reduction of 1.01 impacted acres25-May-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4
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I-421-May-18MVP Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4Addition of workspaces ATWS-1497 and ATWS-1498 to facilitate railroad crossing in Franklin County, VA around MP 265.825-May-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4
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H-222-May-18MVP Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4Adjustment to pipe alignment and workspace to avoid impacts to wetland W-H26 in Pittsylvania County, VA around MP 300.725-May-183FERC Approval of Variance Requests H-2, F-3, I-2, and I-4
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E-323-May-18MVP Variance Request E-3Add laydown yard LY-068, impacting approximately 15.94 acres in Raleigh County, WV along US Route 1925-May-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests E-3 and E-5
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E-524-May-18MVP Variance Request E-5Adjustment to pipe alignment to avoid crossing County Route 17/4 (Bamboo School Road) in Nicholas County, WV around MP 133.5. The change would affect approximately 0.27 adidtional acres25-May-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests E-3 and E-5
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B-225-May-18MVP Variance Request H-5 and B-2Adjustment to pipe alignment to avoid foreign line crossings, and extension of LE-057 in accordance with the alignment change. This change would impact approximately 1.45 additional acres in Lewis County, WV around MP 42.5-4329-May-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-2 and H-5
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H-525-May-18MVP Variance Request H-5 and B-2Add access road FR-295.01, adjust ATWS-1067, and relocate MLV-30 and MLV-AR-30 in Franklin County, VA around MP 258. The documentation notes that this was submitted at the request of the landowner in order to eliminate the use of access road FR-295, as well as move the main line valve and associated access road. 29-May-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-2 and H-5
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B-329-May-18MVP Variance Requests B-3, F-6, and G-3Extend the temporary workspace for the pipeline by 55 feet to meet the edge of County Route 21/5, and add ATWS-1533 to allow access from the road to bore under I-79 in Lewis County, WV around MP 60-6131-May-182Approval documents unable to be located in FERC docket
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F-629-May-18MVP Variance Requests B-3, F-6, and G-3Adjusts the entrances of access road SU-202, ATWS-1173, and ATWS-1174 to match existing county road right-of-way. This change impacts approximately 1.41 additional acres in Summers County, WV around MP 166 31-May-182Approval documents unable to be located in FERC docket
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G-329-May-18MVP Variance Requests B-3, F-6, and G-3Removes a PI at the request of the landowner, also eliminating ATWS-1457, ATWS-1456, and access road MN-266.02. The eliminated ATWS will be replaced with ATWS-1456A. This change results in a net reduction of 0.31 impacted acres in Montgomery County, VA around MP 22431-May-182Approval documents unable to be located in FERC docket
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D-629-May-18MVP Variance Request D-6Adjusts the pipeline centerline and adds access road NI-145.02 to avoid a waterfall, rock highwall, and cave both due to constructability and landowner concerns. The change impacts approximately 2.13 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV around MP 115.5-11630-May-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests D-6 and H-6
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H-629-May-18MVP Variance Request H-6Reroutes the pipeline at the request of Norfolk Southern to accomodate future development on their properties. Access road MN-279.01, ATWS-645, and ATWS-645A are eliminated as a result of this change, and ATWS-1566 is added per landowner agreement to facilitate hydrostatic testing. Access road MLV-AR-28 is rerouted to match new alignment. The change impacts approximately 20.69 additional acres in Montgomery County, VA along US Highway 11/460 around MP 235.5-23630-May-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests D-6 and H-6
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D-730-May-18MVP Variance Request D-7Adds permanent access roads NI-151.02 and NI-151.03 to replace a washed-out portion of access road NI-151. It also adds ATWS-1527 and ATWS-1537 along the south bank of the Gauley River. The change impacts approximately 6.14 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV around MP 11931-May-181FERC Approval of Variance Request D-7
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E-430-May-18MVP Variance Request E-4Adds laydown yard LY-058, which is to be used primarily for pipe stringing trucks. Due the the presence of wetlands, the requests notes that travel through the laydown yard will be limited. The new yard impacts approximately 7.41 additional acres in Raleigh County, WV along County Route 9/931-May-181FERC Approval of Variance Request E-4
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C-37-Jun-18MVP Variance Requests D-5, MVP-003, and C-3Adds laydown yard LY-057, impacting approximately 4.78 additional acres in Gilmer County, WV along County Route 5/Little Kanawha Parkway and the Kanawha River8-Jun-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-3 and D-5
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D-57-Jun-18MVP Variance Requests D-5, MVP-003, and C-3Adds laydown yard LY-065, impacting approximately 1.74 additional acres in Webster County, WV along State Highway 20 8-Jun-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-3 and D-5
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MVP-0037-Jun-18MVP Variance Requests D-5, MVP-003, and C-3Route-wide request to further define the hours when construction activities will generally occur project-wide by using the FAA definition of “night” based on civil twilight times. As such, MVP proposes that activities generally take place 7am to 7pm, with exceptions made for construction of aboveground facilities, where work will be conducted from start times listed in Attachment A — as early 5:28am in June — until 10pm. The request notes additional exceptions for activities “including 24-hour drilling for HDD or bores, 24-hour work at compressor stations (as approved by FERC), extended work to comply with stream crossing time requirements, extended work due to upcoming inclement weather, extended work to resolve a safety issue, hydrostatic testing, tie-ins, and other similar circumstances.”24-Jul-1847FERC Letter Addressing Variance Request MVP-003
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Variance Request for Tree Felling on U.S. Forest Service Lands after May 318-Jun-18MVP Variance for Tree Felling in JNF after May 31Request that the deadline for tree clearing on U.S. Forest Service property be further extended beyond the previous extension of May 31, due to "obstructionists" continuning to prevent tree felling on 0.31 acres in the Jefferson National Forest. The company indicated that the request was granted by other relevant agencies, and would be in compliance with the FEIS.

FERC issued approval three days later, authorizing tree felling activity to continue until July 31.
11-Jun-183FERC Approval of Variance Request for Tree Cutting in JNF after May 31
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B-412-Jun-18MVP Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7Expands laydown yard LY-017 for construction staging, impacting approximately 3.41 additional acres in Lewis County, WV along County Route 12/New Jacksons Mill Road14-Jun-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7
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C-412-Jun-18MVP Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7Adds laydown yard LY-070, impacting approximately 2.89 additional acres in Braxton County, WV along the intrsection of US Highway 19 and Herold Road 14-Jun-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7
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G-512-Jun-18MVP Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7Adds laydown yard LY-029, permanent access road GI-238.01, and temporary work spaces ATWS-1526, ATWS-1525, and ATWS 1524. This request impacts approximately 6.31 additional acres in Giles County, VA around MP 200.6 near Norcross Road14-Jun-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7
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I-712-Jun-18MVP Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7Adds laydown yard LY-048, impacting approximately 5.78 additional acres in Pittsylvania County, VA near the intersection of US Highway 29 and State Route 719. Documentation in the request indicates that the site has been previously used for industrial/commercial activity14-Jun-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-4, C-4, G-5, and I-7
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D-813-Jun-18MVP Variance Request D-8Adjusts ATWS-981 to allow a wider turn radius along access road NI-140, as a result of other discussions and modifications with the landowner. This request impacts approximately 0.34 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV around MP 112.515-Jun-182FERC Approval of Variance Request D-8
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A-1015-Jun-18MVP Variance Request A-10Adds MVP-PA-001 for parking in an existing gravel lot at Smith's Grocery along State Highway 20 in Wetzel County, WV. This change impacts approximately 0.41 additional acres16-Jul-1831FERC Approval of Variance Request A-10
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H-420-Jun-18MVP Variance Request H-4Adds laydown yard LY-049 for construction staging, impacting approximately 20.43 addiitonal acres in Roanoke County, VA near Garman Road and the Roanoke River25-Jun-185FERC Approval of Variance Request H-4
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Stallworth-128-Jun-18MVP Variance Request Stallworth-1Request to demolish the Carter Family Residence (NSA5) to ensure the safety of work crews in the area of the Stallworth Compressor Station, as the home is determined by MVP to be "dilapidated and uninhabitable." The home is across Springdale Road from ATWS-605 around MP 154.829-Jun-181FERC Approval of Variance Request Stallworth-1
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I-811-Jul-18MVP Variance Request I-8Relocates groundbed CPGB-29 and the associated temporary workspace, impacting approximately 0.7 additional acres in Pittsylvania County, VA around MP 285.5-28617-Jul-186FERC Approval of Variance Request I-8
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D-916-Jul-18MVP Variance Requests D-9 and D-10Adds laydown yard LY-063, impacting approximately 9.89 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV along State Route 41/Webster Road18-Jul-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests D-9 and D-10
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D-1016-Jul-18MVP Variance Requests D-9 and D-10Adds laydown yard LY-066, impacting approximately 0.95 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV along County Route 39/1518-Jul-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests D-9 and D-10
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A-923-Jul-18MVP Variance Requests A-9 and B-5Adds temporary access road WE-015.01. Per MVP, " access for this portion of the pipeline was going to be from the west using the public road but due to an tunnel preventing access for equipment access is now required from the east." This new access road impacts approximately 10.05 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV between Sams Run and County Route 4/5/Big Elk Road23-Aug-1831FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-9, A-12, A-13, B-5, B-7, and I-11
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B-523-Jul-18MVP Variance Requests A-9 and B-5Adds workspaces ATWS-1542 and ATWS-1548, impacting approximately 1.72 additional acres in Lewis County, WV around MP 4623-Aug-1831FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-9, A-12, A-13, B-5, B-7, and I-11
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A-1216-Aug-18MVP Variance Requests A-12 and I-11, Second Update to Variance Request A-9Adds access roads WE-014.03 and WE-014.04 along existing roads to avoid widening WE-014.01 or tear down an existing barn (MVP-STR-027) along that road. Per MVP, WE-014 is no longer usable and will be eliminate from the project due to numerous slips along the road, a recently installed powerline down the center of the road, and multiple foreign pipeline crossings. Workspaces ATWS-1572 and ATWS-1573 will allow for additional parking space along WE-014.01. This change will impact approximately 3.86 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 6.523-Aug-187FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-9, A-12, A-13, B-5, B-7, and I-11
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I-1116-Aug-18MVP Variance Requests A-12 and I-11, Second Update to Variance Request A-9Adds workspaces ATWS-HDD-01 and ATWS-HDD-02 to shift the exit point of the horizontal directional drill beneath the Pigg River in Pittsylvania County, VA. This change imapcts approximately 0.45 additional acres around MP 28923-Aug-187FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-9, A-12, A-13, B-5, B-7, and I-11
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A-1317-Aug-18MVP Variance Requests A-13 and B-7Adds workspaces ATWS-SM-006, ATWS-SM-005, and ATWS-SM-004 for slip remediation of along access road HA-029, both on and off the LOD. MVP deemed these slips “preexisting,” and the change impacts approximately 1.59 additional acres in Harrison County, WV around MP 22-22.523-Aug-186FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-9, A-12, A-13, B-5, B-7, and I-11
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B-717-Aug-18MVP Variance Requests A-13 and B-7Adds temporary access road LE-076.01 to move equipment to north side of I-79 bore site. This change impacts approximately 1.51 additional acres in Lewis County, WV around MP 6023-Aug-186FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-9, A-12, A-13, B-5, B-7, and I-11
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A-1528-Aug-18MVP Variance Request A-15Adds workspace ATWS-SM-003 for slip remediation along access road HA-019. The variance impacts approximately 1.14 additional acres in Harrison County, WV around MP 1230-Aug-182FERC Approval of Variance Request A-15
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C-85-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12Adds workspace ATWS-1571 near access road WB-111 in order to allow space for large trucks to turn. The variance impacts approximately 0.02 additional acres in Webster County, WV around MP 81.510-Sep-185FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12
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F-105-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12Adds workspace ATWS-1518 to facilitate the crossing of the Greenbrier River. The variance impacts approximately 1.63 additional acres in Summers County, WV around MP 171.510-Sep-185FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12
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I-105-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12Revises the alignment of access road FR-309.05 to avoid an unacquired parcel and changes the access road designation from temporary to permanent. The variance impacts approximately 0.64 fewer acres than the original permit in Frnaklin County, VA around MP 266.510-Sep-185FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12
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I-125-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12Expands laydown yard LY-035 to allow an increased turning area for large equipment, impacting approximately 0.26 additional acres in Franklin County, VA near the intersection of US Route 220 and State Route 816/Sontag Road10-Sep-185FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-8, F-10, I-10, and I-12
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C-57-Sep-18MVP Variance Request C-5Adjusts the alignment and LOD of access road BR-090.01 to avoid impacts to streams, adds workspaces ATWS-1553 and ATWS-1539, and eliminates workspaces ATWS-1395 and ATWS-1395A. The variance impacts approximately 4.16 additional acres in Braxton County, WV around MP 69.5-70 and along Little Knawl Creek17-Sep-1810FERC Approval of Variance Request C-5
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B-618-Sep-18MVP Variance Request B-6After-the-fact variance to adjust the alignment of access road HA-051 to follow the esxisting road and reduce wetland impacts. The variance impacts approximately 0.39 additional acres in Harrison County, WV around MP 3820-Sep-182FERC Approval of Variance Request B-6
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D-1419-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests MVP-004 and D-14Adjusts the location of MLV-13 to a "more constructable location" across Couty Route 20/7 and extends permanent access road MLV-AR-13. The variance impacts no additional acreage in Nicholas County, WV around MP 11124-Sep-185FERC Approval of Variance Requests MVP-004 and D-14
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MVP-00419-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests MVP-004 and D-14Route-wide request to further the distance between wildlife escape ramps in the trench for all areas outside the Jefferson National Forest. MVP indicates in the request that the 50-foot distance between wildlife ramps indicated in the FEIS for the Jefferson National Forest was not intended to apply for the entire route, and asks the distance between ramps be extended to no greater than 1/2-mile in West Virginia and 1/10-mile in Virginia.24-Sep-185FERC Approval of Variance Requests MVP-004 and D-14
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D-1120-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests D-11 and F-9Adds temporary access roads NI-154.02 and NI-154.03, as well as workspaces ATWS-1528, ATWS-1529, and ATWS-1530. The variance impacts approximately 8.28 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV around MP 120.5-12226-Sep-186FERC Approval of Variance Requests D-11 and F-9
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F-920-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests D-11 and F-9Adds laydown yard LY-050 (Ext) and temporary access road ANC-007 (Ext), impacting approximately 23.81 additional acres along Interstate 64 and Southern Industrial Drive in Raleigh County, WV26-Sep-186FERC Approval of Variance Requests D-11 and F-9
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F-1120-Sep-18MVP Variance Request F-11Requests approval for extended work hours on stream crossings S-G48, S-G49, and S-G52 in Monroe County, WV in order to comply with the West Virginia special condition on the Army Corps Nationwide 12 Permit that requires stream crossings be completed within 72 hours21-Sep-181FERC Approval of Variance Request F-11
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H-921-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests H-9 and MVP-006Shifts the pipeline alignment based on a landowner request to avoid sidehill construction, adds ATWS-1561, and adjusts the alignment of temporary access road MN-278.01. The request impacts approximately 0.24 additional acres in Montgomery County, VA around MP 237.525-Sep-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests MVP-006 and H-9
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MVP-00621-Sep-18MVP Variance Requests H-9 and MVP-006Request to update two project plans: the Vertical Scour and Lateral Channel Erosion Analyses and the Traffic and Transportation Management Plan. Changes to the plans are highlighted in yellow within the request.

Specifically, MVP indicates that the Vertical Scour and Lateral Channel Erosion Analyses were only "a theoretical desktop analysis and did not take site specific constructibility issues (elevations, terrain, and workspace) into account.” As a result, crews determined that the mitigation measures indicated in the plan could not be implemented as described. MVP also revised the central point of command noted in the Traffic and Transportation Management Plan.
25-Sep-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests MVP-006 and H-9
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C-1024-Sep-18MVP Variance Request C-10Adds workspace ATWS-SM-013 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 2.88 additional acres in Braxton County, WV around MP 68.528-Sep-184FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-10, D-15, and D-17
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MVP-00725-Sep-18MVP Variance Request MVP-007Request for extended work hours at 44 stream crossings in West Virginia in order to comply with condition set forth in the State's approval of the Nationwide 12 permit requiring stream crossings be completed in 72 hours or less. 27-Sep-182FERC Approval of Variance Request MVP-007
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D-1726-Sep-18MVP Variance Request D-17Adds temporary access road WB-133.01 and workspace ATWS-1555 to give access to a portion of the ROW in extremely steep terrain where there is currently no other suitable access for several miles. The variance impacts approximately 6.48 additional acres in Webster County, WV around MP 108-108.728-Sep-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-10, D-15, and D-17
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D-1527-Sep-18MVP Variance Request D-15Adds temporary access road NI-162 to access an area for which the current access point raises safety concerns. The variance impacts approximately 3.14 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV around MP 127-12828-Sep-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests C-10, D-15, and D-17
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MVP-0082-Oct-18MVP Variance Request MVP-008Request to update Attachment IP-13b (sheet detail from erosion control plan for West Virginia that includes seed mixes) that was submitted as part of the Implementation Plan. MVP notes that, in the process of restoring some areas in West Virginia, some seed mixes noted in the plan are unavailable or “have prohibitive lead times.” As a result, MVP developed a mix of native and non-native (but non-invasive) seed mixes including switchgrass and annual ryegrass.17-Oct-1815FERC Approval of MVP Variance Request MVP-008
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A-2215-Oct-18MVP Variance Request A-22Adds PA-003A and PA-003B for additional off-ROW parking, impacting approximately 0.52 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 0.3-0.518-Oct-183FERC Approval of Variance Request A-22
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A-2318-Oct-18MVP Variance Requests A-23, A-24, and A-25Adds workspace ATWS-SM-017 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.87 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 0.519-Oct-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-23, A-24, and A-25
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A-2418-Oct-18MVP Variance Requests A-23, A-24, and A-25Adds workspace ATWS-SM-021 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.82 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 2.519-Oct-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-23, A-24, and A-25
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A-2518-Oct-18MVP Variance Requests A-23, A-24, and A-25Adds workspace ATWS-SM-016 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 1.20 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 219-Oct-181FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-23, A-24, and A-25
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A-2723-Oct-18MVP Variance Requests A-27 and C-12Adds ATWS-SM-023 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.16 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 3.525-Oct-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-27 and C-12
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C-1223-Oct-18MVP Variance Requests A-27 and C-12Adds workspaces ATWS-1592 and ATWS-1593 to accommodate the removal or dirt and rock to maintain a 50’ wide ROW on a ridge top. The variance impacts approximately 1.45 additional acres in Webster County, WV around MP 84.525-Oct-182FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-27 and C-12
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D-1824-Oct-18MVP Variance Request D-18Adds permanent access road MLV-AR-12.03 to maintain pipeline access along County Route 34/Glade Run Road. MVP cites stability issues as the reason for the variance, which impacts approximately 0.69 additional acres in Webster County, WV around MP 102.526-Oct-182FERC Approval of Variance Request D-18
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A-267-Nov-18MVP Variance Requests A-26, A-30, and G-7Adds workspace ATWS-SM-022 for slip remediation of Slide MVP-A-010, impacting approximately 1.92 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 427-Feb-19112FERC Approval of Variance Request A-26Not yet approved due to "wetland issues" per email from OEA 26-Feb-19, but was then approved next day
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A-307-Nov-18MVP Variance Requests A-26, A-30, and G-7Adds workspace ATWS-SM-033 to repair slip MVP-A-034 that traversed off the ROW. The variance impacts approximately 1.36 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 44-Dec-1827FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-30 and G-7
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G-77-Nov-18MVP Variance Requests A-26, A-30, and G-7Relocates MLV-23 and MLV-AR-23 due to steepness of the original site, impacting approximately 0.07 additional acres in Giles County, VA around MP 199.54-Dec-1827FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-30 and G-7
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I-1614-Nov-18MVP Variance Request I-16Changes the crossing method of Cultural Resource 44FR0372 from a bore to an open cut, located in Franklin County, VA around MP 263.526-Nov-1812FERC Approval of Variance Request I-16
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C-1415-Nov-18MVP Variance Request C-14Adds workspaces ATWS-1583 and ATWS-1583A, to be used for parking and storage of stone and top soil material. The variance impacts approximately 0.70 additional acres in Webster County, WV around MP 84.527-Nov-1812FERC Approval of Variance Request C-14
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B-1120-Nov-18MVP Variance Requests B-11, B-13, and D-20Adds workspace ATWS-SM-034 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.60 additional acres in Lewis County, WV around MP 52.529-Nov-189FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-11, B-13, and D-20
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B-1320-Nov-18MVP Variance Requests B-11, B-13, and D-20Adds workspace ATWS-SM-029 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.39 additional acres in Lewis County, WV around MP 50.529-Nov-189FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-11, B-13, and D-20
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D-2020-Nov-18MVP Variance Requests B-11, B-13, and D-20Adds laydown yard LY-064 for material storage, equipment parking, and employee parking, impacting approximately 3.28 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV along Old US 1929-Nov-189FERC Approval of Variance Requests B-11, B-13, and D-20
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A-203-Dec-18MVP Variance Request A-20Adds workspaces ATWS-SM-037 and ATWS-SM-038 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 1.72 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 67-Dec-184FERC Approval of Variance Request A-20
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Transco-116-Jan-19MVP Variance Request Transco-1Adjusts H-602, H-603 and the alignment of PI-343, expands workspace ATWS-1463 per Transco request to facilitate construction of pipeline taps, relocates H-602 Transco Launcher and Receiver site, relocates and expands ATWS-1463, relocates H603 Launcher and Receiver site and lengthens access road PI-344. The variance impacts approximately 1.07 additional acres in Pittsylvania County, VA around the Transco Interconnect site and MVP-designated MP 0.3524-Jan-198FERC Approval of Variance Request Transco-1
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D-197-Feb-19MVP Variance Request D-19Expands workspace ATWS-200 for hydrostatic test water storage, impacting approximately 2.83 additional acres in Nicholas County, WV around MP 114.5-1158-Feb-191FERC Approval of Variance Request D-19
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A-4111-Mar-19MVP Variance Request A-41Adds workspace ATWS-SM-031 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 1.00 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 1-1.515-Mar-194FERC Approval of Variance Request A-41
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A-3612-Mar-19MVP Variance Request A-36Adds workspace ATWS-SM-054 for slip remediation at Slide MVP-A-043, impacting approximately 0.22 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 8.5-918-Mar-196FERC Approval of Variance Request A-36
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B-1615-Mar-19MVP Variance Request B-16Adds workspace ATWS-SM-050 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.52 additional acres in Lewis County, WV around MP 4719-Mar-194FERC Approval of Variance Request B-16
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A-4220-Mar-19MVP Variance Request A-42Adds workspace ATWS-SM-020 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.68 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 321-Mar-191FERC Approval of Variance Request A-42
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A-3925-Mar-19MVP Variance Request A-39Adds workspace ATWS-SM-007 for slip remediation along the pipeline ROW, impacting approximately 0.67 additional acres in Doddridge County, WV around MP 32.525-Mar-190FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-29 and A-39
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A-2925-Mar-19MVP Variance Request A-29Adds workspace ATWS-SM-030 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.62 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 0.5-125-Mar-190FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-29 and A-39
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A-4426-Mar-19MVP Variance Requests A-44 and A-51Adds workspace ATWS-SM-056 for slip remediation, impacting approximately 0.47 additional acres in Wetzel County, WV around MP 6.528-Mar-192FERC Approval of Variance Requests A-44 and A-51
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