FERC takes steps to improve regional transmission planning and cost allocation of certain types of transmission with a NOPR.
FERC is exploring the issue of oil pipeline capacity allocation problems that can arise when irregular events or factors affect demand for oil pipeline capacity.
FERC has issued two policy statements, providing guidance for future consideration of natural gas projects by the Commission.
FERC establishes a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge to address whether Rover Pipeline, LLC and parent company Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. violated the Commission’s regulations.
FERC Chairman appeared before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy to highlight the need for mandatory pipeline reliability standards.
FERC plans to establish OPP to assist members of the public to learn more about, and participate in, FERC proceedings.
IEEFA: Demise of Keystone XL should spur regulators and investors to reconsider massive pipeline projects.
IEEFA comments on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission giving the public more time to comment on the review of the policy document.
Technical conference to discuss issues surrounding the threat to electric system reliability posed by climate change and extreme weather events.