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Jordan Cove LNG project in Oregon wins U.S. environmental impact permit

Calgary-based Veresen Inc. has cleared a key hurdle on the way to winning approval to build a $7-billion LNG export terminal in Oregon that would ship supercooled Canadian and American natural gas all over the world. 354 more words


Choose to be Creative – 6 Ideas for Consolidating the Confirmations Process in Natural Gas

FERC Order 809 occupies a large share of the time I allot to “what’s next” thinking.  There are so many opportunities inside what the FERC has assigned the industry in Order 809. 329 more words

Contents Under Pressure

Federal Register Highlights - 9/29/15

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for September 29, 2015:

PROPOSED RULE: On November 15, 2013, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“Commission” or “CFTC”) published in the Federal Register a notice of proposed modifications to part 150 of the Commission’s regulations. 1,886 more words

Daily Updates

All that Gas

Numerous articles have come out in the past couple of months declaring the fracking boom is over. While this brings cheers from fractivists, it is important to note why the fracking boom is “over”. 1,731 more words

Columbia Pipeline Moving Forward

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved the proposed replacement of 34 miles of natural gas pipeline in southwestern Pennsylvania.

However, there are some stipulations. The project may continue as long as “mitigating measures” won’t “constitute a major federal action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment.” 38 more words

Marcellus & Utica Shale

Scientists want review of pipeline at Indian Point

by Ernie Garcia for LoHud
The Union of Concerned Scientists asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to have an independent advisory committee review the criteria used to assess potential hazards from natural gas pipelines.
(View full report here)

Legislators aim to stop pipeline project

New12 Westchester

BUCHANAN – There’s a last ditch effort being waged to prevent a controversial gas pipeline project from going ahead in the Hudson Valley. 142 more words