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Pennsylvania's Powelson to Join FERC from PaPUC

President Donald J. Trump announced May 8, 2017 his intent to nominate the following individuals to key positions in his Administration:

Neil Chatterjee of Kentucky to be a Member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the term expiring June 30, 2021. 312 more words

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And then there was one...at FERC

One might be forgiven for mistaking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for an Agatha Christie mystery play in which the characters disappear one-by-one. With the earlier departures of three of its five commissioners, including former Chair Norman Bay, FERC is currently down to two: Acting Chair Cheryl LaFleur and Commissioner Colette Honorable. 103 more words


'This is the magic': Veresen's Jordan Cove LNG project more feasible after $9.7B Pembina deal

CALGARY – Pembina Pipeline Corp. shares tumbled on the news it would acquire midstream rival Veresen Inc. on Monday in a deal worth $9.7 billion including debt, that has the potential of transforming the company into a liquefied natural gas exporter. 681 more words


Will U.S. Natural Gas Pipelines Get a Piece of the Government's $1 Trillion Pie?

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Facilitator

The Trump administration has sounded the horn: It wants to strengthen United States’ infrastructure to the tune of $1 trillion.  863 more words

Natural Gas

Sierra Club Slams Federal Report Claiming Few Concerns About PennEast Pipeline

TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Federal regulators do not have any major environmental concerns with the proposed natural gas pipeline that would run from northeastern Pennsylvania to New Jersey. 309 more words


Pipeline Proposal Raises Questions that Beg for Answers

Just three days remain to submit comments to FERC about the ACP

By April Pierson-Keating

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – The comment period on the 42” Atlantic Coast Pipeline comes to a close this Thursday. 1,171 more words


Our View: Round 3 of LNG debate is just beginning - Opinion 

The optimism some business interests felt at the election of Donald Trump to the presidency apparently extended to the developers of the proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas terminal in Coos Bay and the accompanying Pacific Connector pipeline. 37 more words