Mountain Valley Pipe Faces Tougher Than Expected Market

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It appears the long-delayed Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) will enter service by year’s end after all, thanks to an extraordinary government intervention. But the project faces a far more challenging gas market than its sponsors envisioned, and much of its 2 billion cubic feet per day of capacity will likely go unused — at least for a while.

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