A federal judge in San Francisco blocked a Trump administration effort to halt implementation of the 2016 methane waste prevention rule on federal and tribal lands.
Jones Act critics say law stands in the way of 'energy dominance'
After a tanker likely filled with Russian liquefied natural gas landed in Boston to help with winter heating and power generation needs, a group of energy and maritime experts said it is time to repeal or amend a nearly century-old law that has prevented LNG produced in Louisiana from landing in New England.
Pennsylvania grants water permit for Columbia Gas lateral project
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection issued a Clean Water Act Section 401 water quality certificate for Columbia Gas Transmission LLC's proposed expansion project, which would deliver up to 47,500 Dth/d of natural gas for a West Virginia gas utility.
Spire to lower gas rates under Mo. rate case decision
Missouri regulators granted Spire Inc. utilities Spire Missouri Inc. and Missouri Gas Energy a 9.8% return on equity based on the midpoint of recommendations from public utility regulation consultants as well as factors such as national averages, the growing economy and anticipated growth in interest rates, according to a Feb. 21 order from the Missouri Public Service Commission.