FERC could find way to keep Fla. gas megaproject running despite court ruling
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has options to keep the Southeast Market Pipelines system moving gas to Florida power generators in the space provided by federal court inaction, according to industry observers.
Constitution Pipeline asks FERC to review decision that set project back
Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC followed through on its vow to fight the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's ruling upholding a 2016 decision by a New York agency to deny a Clean Water Act permit to the 650-MMcf/d natural gas pipeline project.
FERC authorizes station work for Dominion-led Atlantic Coast gas pipeline
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorized further work on the $5.1 billion Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline project and connected projects in North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
FERC gives favorable environmental report for Northwest Pipeline upgrade
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff found no significant environmental problems with Northwest Pipeline LLC's proposed lateral expansion project that is designed to increase natural gas transportation capacity for a utility in Washington.
Columbia Gas wants 24-hour construction to meet Mountaineer XPress service date
TransCanada Corp.'s Columbia Gas Transmission LLC urged federal regulators to allow it to work around the clock on a proposed compressor station for its 2.7-Bcf/d Mountaineer XPress gas pipeline project or it will have to delay the project's startup by about two months.
Cheniere's Midship pipeline gets positive draft environmental review
Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Midship Pipeline Co. LLC received a positive draft environmental impact statement from federal regulators for its proposed natural gas pipeline in Oklahoma that would help secure supply for the Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi LNG export terminals.
FERC OKs construction on Eastern Shore Natural Gas expansion project
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted Eastern Shore Natural Gas Co. permission to begin building part of its almost $98.6 million system expansion project, which will provide additional transportation service for utilities and businesses in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware.