Hundreds of Pennsylvania and Maryland landowners might lose a portion of their property for a new high-voltage power line project. Farmers and residents who live near the proposed routes have spoken out against the project at recent public meetings. Despite opposition, Transource Energy plans to build a 40-mile, 230-kilovolt transmission line in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
The Energy Transfer Rover Pipeline can directly seize land along the route of a 713-mile-long proposed natural gas pipeline, a federal judge ordered. The ET Rover Pipeline project will transport natural gas through West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan, and into Canada. This spring, the court ruled that ET Rover would suffer “irreparable harm” should the construction
Residents protesting the Nexus natural gas pipeline are determined to not go down without a fight. More than 60 residents filed suit asking the court to prevent FERC from issuing the certificate and allowing construction of the pipeline to begin. Recently, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) granted a "certificate of public convenience and necessity" for
Virginia and West Virginia landowners have challenged the authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to allow a private company to seize property through eminent domain to build the 303-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline. In a lawsuit filed in district court, the property owners allege that allowing the Mountain Valley Pipeline to appropriate private property