Atlantic

Court Dismisses Enviros Proposed Stay of Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Court Dismisses Enviros Proposed Stay of Atlantic Coast Pipeline

A request filed by a coalition of environmental groups seeking a stay to suspend construction of the Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline (ACP) has been dismissed by a federal court.

March 23, 2018
Northeast Marcellus-Focused Atlantic Sunrise OK’d for Partial Service, Adding 400,000 Dth/d

Northeast Marcellus-Focused Atlantic Sunrise OK’d for Partial Service, Adding 400,000 Dth/d

FERC on Monday authorized partial path service for Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co.’s (Transco) Atlantic Sunrise expansion project, bringing the 1.7 million Dth/d natural gas pipeline one step closer to completion.

August 28, 2017

Millennium Ruling ‘Instructive’ for Constitution, Says Williams

As it moves forward with plans to complete the Atlantic Sunrise expansion by next year, which would bring some relief to the still-constrained Appalachian Basin, management at Williams and the pipeline partnership have renewed hope for the embattled Constitution Pipeline.

August 7, 2017
Seismic Surveys to Test Atlantic’s Hydrocarbon Potential Back on Table

Seismic Surveys to Test Atlantic’s Hydrocarbon Potential Back on Table

Five requests to seismically survey parts of the Atlantic Ocean off the East Coast, a precursor to allowing oil and natural gas drilling, are once again under review by federal officials.

June 6, 2017

El Nino to Limit 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season, Forecasters Say

A potential El Nino event — warmer-than-normal water temperatures in the Pacific Ocean near the equator — is likely to limit the production of tropical storms in the Atlantic Ocean this year, resulting in below-average hurricane activity, according to a pair of prominent weather forecasters.

April 6, 2017

FERC OKs Atlantic Bridge Construction Despite Challengers

FERC this week issued an order giving Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC partial authorization to proceed with construction on its proposed Atlantic Bridge expansion, setting aside calls from opposition groups seeking to halt the project.

March 31, 2017

Atlantic Bridge Gets FERC OK for Construction Despite Opposition

FERC this week issued an order giving Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC partial authorization to proceed with construction on its proposed Atlantic Bridge expansion, setting aside calls from opposition groups seeking to halt the project.

March 30, 2017
NatGas Pipeline Protesters Still Hammering FERC Over Lack of Quorum

NatGas Pipeline Protesters Still Hammering FERC Over Lack of Quorum

Pipeline opposition groups continue to cite FERC’s lack of a quorum in procedural arguments as they seek to stall recently certificated natural gas pipelines from proceeding to construction.

March 23, 2017

Atlantic Sunrise Waiting For Keystone State Greenlight

The Keystone State is currently seen by Williams CEO Alan Armstrong as the most significant regulatory piece yet to fall into place for Transcontinental Gas Pipeline’s (Transco) Atlantic Sunrise project.

February 17, 2017
After FERC Marathon of Pipeline Approvals Some NatGas Projects Still Stranded

After FERC Marathon of Pipeline Approvals Some NatGas Projects Still Stranded

The dust has settled after a busy week at FERC, and while several major natural gas pipeline projects have certainty moving forward, others face risks of delay as the Commission heads into a quorumless stretch.

February 6, 2017