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Federal Register Highlights - 7/24/15

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for July 24, 2015:

TEMPORARY RULE: The Coast Guard is establishing a temporary safety zone on Lake Erie, North Coast Harbor, Cleveland, OH. 1,354 more words

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Pipeline critics leave NRC session with questions unanswered

by Colleen Wilson for Westfair Online

Technology problems and miscommunication impeded an effort by boisterous opponents of a natural gas pipeline project in a conference call last week with a federal agency to discuss recently released documents about the project’s approval. 89 more words


Federal Register Highlights - 7/22/15

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for July 22, 2015:

PROPOSED RULE: The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Commission) proposes to approve seven critical infrastructure protection (CIP) Reliability Standards: CIP–003–6 (Security Management Controls), CIP–004–6 (Personnel and Training), CIP–006–6 (Physical Security of BES Cyber Systems), CIP–007–6 (Systems Security Management), CIP–009–6 (Recovery Plans for BES Cyber Systems), CIP–010–2 (Configuration Change Management and Vulnerability Assessments), and CIP–011–2 (Information Protection). 207 more words

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Groups protest pipeline project near Indian Point

News12 Westchester

PEEKSKILL – Environmental groups and families protested outside Sen. Charles Schumer’s office in Peekskill Monday over what they say is a dangerous pipeline project. 48 more words


Peekskill residents protest expansion of Algonquin Pipeline

FiOS1 Lower Hudson Valley

Residents say they are concerned about pollution and the safety of the proposed pipeline

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Canadian labour costs, regulatory uncertainty impede LNG investors, says executive

Cost overruns in the oilsands from a decade ago and ongoing opposition from B.C. native groups are major impediments to investments in the Canadian liquefied natural gas export industry, says the president and chief executive of the Jordan Cove LNG project at Coos Bay, Oregon. 399 more words


U.S. permit schedule forces six-month delay for Veresen's Jordan Cove LNG

Shares in Calgary-based Veresen Inc. closed more than five per cent lower Monday after it warned its Jordan Cove LNG export project on the Port of Coos Bay in Oregon would be delayed by about half a year. 408 more words