EPA, 25 Attorneys General Urge Court to Keep CPP Cases On Hold

The Environmental Protection Agency, as well as 25 attorneys general and an extensive list of trade associations, electric cooperatives and others, urged a federal appellate court to continue holding legal challenges to the Clean Power Plan in abeyance, on the grounds that the agency is "well along in its review of the rule." Read More

FERC Issues Draft EIS for Tellurian’s Driftwood LNG

FERC has issued a draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for the Driftwood LNG project, which calls for construction and operation of a 26 million metric ton/year liquefied natural gas export facility near Lake Charles, LA, and a 96-mile pipeline connecting the facility to interstate pipelines. Read More

Pennsylvania Regulators Urged to Deny Air Permit Exemptions for Shell Pipeline

Seven organizations have filed a joint protest with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection strongly urging the agency to deny air permit exemptions that Shell Pipeline Co. LP has requested for its Falcon Ethane Pipeline System, which is being developed to feed the multi-billion dollar cracker under construction in the state. Read More