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FERC asks court to revisit emissions ruling; Rover allowed to increase flows

FERC asks court to revisit pipeline ruling requiring further emissions analysis

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit for a panel rehearing of a decision that required extra analysis of downstream greenhouse gas emissions on top of the environmental review the commission had performed in approving the Sabal Trail natural gas pipeline and other components of the Southeast Market Pipelines project.

UPDATE: FERC lets Rover Pipeline crank up throughput to 1.2 Bcf/d

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission allowed Rover Pipeline LLC to increase throughput on its partially completed pipeline project to allow it to move up to 1.2 Bcf/d of gas supplies that producers in the Marcellus and Utica shales are ready to ship.

DOE's proposed resiliency rule prompts plenty of questions from FERC staff

With initial comments due Oct. 23 on the U.S. Department of Energy's demands that federal regulators adopt a new rule allowing certain struggling nuclear and coal-fired generators to fully recover their costs, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff has posed a long series of questions related to the proposal.

Millennium Pipeline gets extension for lateral project after NY permitting delay

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave Millennium Pipeline Co. LLC another year to put in service the 127,200-Dth/d Valley Lateral natural gas transportation project serving a CPV Valley power plant after significant delay in the New York State permitting process.

Upgrade for Eastern Shore Natural Gas gets FERC approval

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted Eastern Shore Natural Gas Co. a certificate for a proposed system expansion project that will provide additional gas transportation service to utility and industrial manufacturing companies in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

FERC lets Transco start last part of New York Bay expansion

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission allowed Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC to put in service the remaining facilities of an expansion project that will bring New York City an additional 115,000 Dth/d of natural gas.

Texas Eastern's Stratton Ridge project passes environmental review

A natural gas expansion project by Texas Eastern Transmission LP and Brazoria Interconnector Gas Pipeline LLC that would deliver up to 322,000 Dth/d of gas to Gulf Coast markets received a positive environmental review from federal regulators.