British Columbia outlines plans to halt Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline
British Columbia's recently elected government has unveiled a plan to halt construction of Kinder Morgan Inc.'s C$7.4 billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
West Virginia lifts cease-and-desist, gives Rover green light for construction
West Virginia is allowing Rover Pipeline LLC to resume construction activities on its 3.25-Bcf/d gas transportation project after finding that Rover corrected violations to a state water permit.
Industry, environmental groups square off over 2-year stay of EPA methane rule
In reams of starkly divided public comments, the energy industry and environmental interests explored the physical, economic and public health implications of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's plan to implement a two-year stay of a rule to limit methane emissions from oil and gas sources.
Opponents ask New York to deny permits for Millennium Pipeline
Environmental groups continued to press New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to deny air and water permits for two Millennium Pipeline Co. LLC natural gas transportation projects and a CPV Valley power plant project.
Spectra subsidiary gets Canada regulator's approval for BC mainline expansion
Westcoast Energy Inc., d/b/a Spectra Energy Transmission LLC, received approval from Canada's National Energy Board to build and operate its planned Wyndwood pipeline expansion project in northeastern British Columbia.