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FERC Clears Atlantic Coast Pipeline to Begin Limited Tree Felling

FERC has approved limited tree felling activities for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), a step forward for a project that continues to encounter vocal pushback from opposition groups and is still seeking final approval on some state-level permits.

January 24, 2018

Rover Seeks OK to Clear More Trees, Has Water Quality Permits in Hand

Backers of the Rover Pipeline pressed FERC Friday to issue a notice to proceed (NTP) with tree clearing activities for all areas of the project in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Michigan.

February 21, 2017

Appalachian Pipeline Projects Get FERC Notice to Start Tree Clearing, Construction

TransCanada Corp.’s Columbia Gas Transmission LLC (TCO) has received full notice to proceed with construction of its Leach Xpress project.

February 17, 2017
Pennsylvania Judge Orders Resumption of Constitution Pipeline Tree Felling

Pennsylvania Judge Orders Resumption of Constitution Pipeline Tree Felling

A federal district court judge in Pennsylvania has ordered tree-clearing activities for the proposed Constitution natural gas pipeline to proceed, making clear that anyone interfering with the work would be arrested and held in contempt of court.

February 24, 2016

CME Group Restructuring Cuts 150 Company Positions

CME Group said Tuesday that as part of its recently announced restructuring the trading exchange will reduce its global workforce this week by roughly 5%, or about 150 positions. Most of the cuts will come from technology, with the balance of reductions coming from corporate and administrative functions.

October 14, 2014

Freeport-McMoRan Merger with Plains Advancing

A Delaware court on Thursday refused to block the $6.9 billion merger of Plains Exploration & Production Co. with Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., clearing the way for Plains shareholders to vote on the proposal May 20.

May 13, 2013

Enbridge Project Test Driving Recent Canadian Regulatory Reforms

Environmental blockades in Canada against pipeline projects are being dismantled by a new regulatory regime, clearing a path to approval for TransCanada Corp.’s proposed oil conversion of its natural gas Mainline (see Daily GPI, April 3).

April 15, 2013

Enbridge Test Driving Canadian Regulatory Reforms

Environmental blockades in Canada against pipeline projects are being dismantled by a new regulatory regime, clearing a path to approval for TransCanada Corp.’s proposed oil conversion of its natural gas Mainline (see NGI, April 8a).

April 15, 2013

FERC OKs Permanent Release of Off-System Capacity Held by WIC

FERC Wednesday approved the requests of three western natural gas pipelines for temporary waivers of capacity-release regulations, clearing the way for the permanent release of off-system capacity held on the Wyoming Interstate Co. (WIC) pipeline to certain shippers.

October 29, 2012

Shale Boom Makes Storage and Exports Important, CME Exec Says

Technology and good old “American ingenuity” that have driven the shale gas boom are also prompting responses to a supply glut that make storage and eventual liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports more important than ever, according to Bryan Durkin, COO at CME Group, who addressed the opening session of the LDC Gas Forums mid-continent meeting in Chicago Monday.

September 11, 2012
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