State environmental authorities lifted their order halting Rover Pipeline construction on two segments where it found permit violations damaging streams in northern West Virginia. Inspectors in April, May, June and July found erosion-control failures that left sediment deposits in creeks and streams. The Department of Environmental Protection ordered Rover Pipeline LLC on July 17 to stop. The DEP says inspections Wednesday show permit violations were corrected. Construction wasn’t halted on two other West Virginia segments.