FERC chair promises to revisit 18-year-old framework for pipe reviews
In his first meeting leading the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Chairman Kevin McIntyre promised to revisit a nearly 20-year-old policy statement that guides decisions on pipeline projects, a move that could have big implications for the natural gas industry.
Industry, opponents both concerned about changes to FERC's gas pipeline policy
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's announcement that it will review an 18-year-old policy has prompted both the pipeline industry and its opponents to worry what changes it might bring to the commission's natural gas pipeline review process.
Tennessee Gas looks to expand exports to Mexico with paperwork changes
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. is hoping to increase the capacity of two border crossing pipelines that export natural gas supplies from the U.S. to Mexico.
Nexus-connected gas project gets FERC approval to begin construction
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission allowed Texas Eastern Transmission LP to begin construction on its natural gas project in Ohio to feed the larger 1.5-Bcf/d Nexus pipeline.
FERC vacates certificate for Crestwood Midstream unit's NY storage expansion
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission removed its authorization from an Arlington Storage Co. LLC natural gas storage expansion project in New York.
FERC denies more time for Golden Triangle storage expansion
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission declined to issue another extension of time to Golden Triangle Storage Inc. for the expansion of a natural gas storage facility in Texas, saying it was not satisfied with the developer's reasons.
Texas Eastern gets permission to start service on NJ lateral
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Dec. 21 granted Texas Eastern Transmission LP authorization to begin service on its 300,000-Dth/d natural gas lateral for a power plant and a refinery in New Jersey.