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.
TransCanada’s Leach XPress project is now in service. The company has also received FERC certificates for its Mountaineer Xpress and Gulf XPress projects.
API and the full roster of FERC commissioners will promote increased energy infrastructure projects across the US.
The New Jersey Conservation Foundation has filed a complaint against the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
FERC has issued its 2017 Report on Enforcement. It highlights FERC enforcement staff’s work performing surveillance and analysis of conduct in the wholesale natural gas and electric markets, monitoring market trends and market competitiveness, and auditing jurisdictional companies.
A recent study carried out by the Natural Resources Defense Council has revealed that FERC’s 18 year old natural gas pipeline permitting policy needs updating.