Mountain Valley Pipeline Information
If you think you might be affected by a proposed natural gas or hydroelectric project regulated by the Commission, you have certain rights. These rights range from being able to look at project correspondence to becoming an intervener and being able to appeal any FERC decisions in federal court. Please click the following link for additional information: http://www.ferc.gov/resources/get-involved.asp
Franklin County has been identified as a possible route for the Mountain Valley Natural Gas Pipeline project. Mountain Valley Natural Gas Pipeline's website is http://www.mountainvalleypipeline.info/. Updates will be posted as information becomes available.
For the most up-to-date maps of the proposed route currently available, please visit http://mountainvalleypipeline.info/maps/. Citizens are encouraged to visit the map site regularly as more details and future revisions of the proposed pipeline maps may occur. Citizens can also go to the County's WebGis at https://www.webgis.net/va/Franklin/ and view a detailed route map by clicking on the Mountain Valley Pipeline layer.
Natural Gas Transmission Interstate Pipelines are governed by the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). For more information regarding the FERC approval process, please access the "Citizens Guide to Natural Gas Pipelines".
To contact or speak with a pipeline representative, citizens can email: email@example.com or call toll free: 844-MVP-TALK