Army Corps will miss April deadline on Dakota Access review
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers needs more time to complete a court-ordered environmental analysis of the Energy Transfer Partners LP-led Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Democrats ask BLM to get more input before rolling back methane rule
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management should take more time to gather public input before deciding how to change the agency's methane emissions rule for oil and gas developers, said House and Senate Democrats representing Western states.
Cheniere, PHMSA clash over LNG tank shutdown order
Two leaking LNG tanks at Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Sabine Pass export facility posed no public safety threat and should not have been subject to a corrective action order that required them to be removed from service, lawyers for the company argued at a Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration hearing on March 21.
Oregon finds Jordan Cove water permit application is incomplete
The developer of the $10 billion Jordan Cove LNG export project failed to fully describe potential impacts on water quality when applying for a permit, an Oregon agency told federal regulators.
British Columbia rolls out tax breaks for Shell-led LNG project
British Columbia's government is offering tax breaks and other incentives as one of the province's last proposed LNG projects nears a final investment decision.
Columbia Gas gets Md. water permit for line to Mountaineer Gas
The Maryland Department of the Environment granted a nontidal wetlands and waterways permit to Columbia Gas Transmission LLC for a proposed pipeline project that would deliver 47,500 Dth/d of natural gas under the Potomac River to a West Virginia gas utility.
TransCanada's NGTL settles with shippers on 2018-2019 revenue requirement
TransCanada Corp. subsidiary NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. is seeking the approval of Canada's National Energy Board for a negotiated settlement on annual costs to operate the NGTL natural gas pipeline system in 2018 and 2019.