Kastning Geologic Study

The Kastning Report focuses on the Central Appalachian Region and specifically on geological hazards along the segment of MVP’s current preferred route from Monroe County, West Virginia to Roanoke County, Virginia - all of which are part of a geologic region of ridges and valleys in karst terrain. For the most part is does not address alternative routes; nor does it attempt to treat all impacted counties thoroughly or equally.  On the basis of detailed facts, published (and unpublished) research and sound logic, it concludes that the entire region should be a “No Build” zone.

UPDATE: Appalachian Mountain Advocates and Sierra Club Virginia Chapter have filed supplemental comments to FERC regarding Mountain Valley Pipeline's "deficient" and "misleading" application and further establishing the karst region of Southwest Virginia and West Virginia as a "no build zone" for massive pipeline projects. Read more at POWHR.org.
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