West Virginia orders halt to some Rover Pipeline work

West Virginia regulators have told Energy Transfer Partners to stop some of the work on its Rover natural gas pipeline in the state, citing environmental violations, according to Reuters. The news service says a federal filing by West Virginia's Department of Environmental Protection noted sediment deposits, improper erosion controls and other alleged violations by the company. The $4.2 billion pipeline already faces sanctions for violations in Ohio and a federal halt on drilling activity that has delayed the anticipated in-service of the project's first phase to later this summer. For more, read the full story.

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