The decision by FERC to uphold New York state’s refusal to provide the project a water quality permit means construction of the Constitution natural gas pipeline is currently on hold.
INGAA calls on FERC to reject petitions that seek to require all FERC-regulated pipelines to lower natural gas pipeline transportation rates to reflect only recent corporate income tax cuts without consideration of offsetting cost increases.
Airlines for America and the National Propane Gas Association seek regulation to ensure equal pricing and transportation access for pipeline shippers.
Citizens have called for the NJDEP to reject construction of the PennEast pipeline project, following FERC’s issuance of a conditional certificate.
After three years, the PennEast pipeline project has been approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline has received authorisation from FERC to begin tree felling for the Atlantic Coast pipeline and Supply Header project.
It is important that FERC protect the public interest and end approvals of unneeded pipelines by reviewing energy needs, climate pollution impacts, considering renewables and accounting for the concerns of impacted communities.