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West Virginia regulators debut pipeline webpage

A banner erected in southwestern Virginia marking the proposed route of the Mountain Valley...
A banner erected in southwestern Virginia marking the proposed route of the Mountain Valley Pipeline | Photo credit: WDBJ7(WHSV)
Published: Apr. 2, 2018 at 4:33 PM EDT
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West Virginia environmental regulators have debuted

to help residents learn more about five major natural gas pipelines that are either proposed or under construction.

Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Austin Caperton says residents who have questions about the pipelines should find answers on the website.

They are the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Mountain Valley Pipeline, the Mountaineer Gas Eastern Panhandle Expansion Project, the Mountaineer Xpress Pipeline, and the Rover Pipeline.

The website includes details maps of pipeline routes, a searchable database for information such as inspection and enforcement actions and permit modifications. Public hearing transcripts and news releases also are available.

The website can be found on the DEP's public information office page.