Constitution

Constitution Pipeline Finally Scrapped as NatGas Prices Tank and Opposition Pushes Up Costs

Constitution Pipeline Finally Scrapped as NatGas Prices Tank and Opposition Pushes Up Costs

The Constitution Pipeline project has been canceled, capping an eight year battle that ends at a time when gas prices have hit historic lows and there’s little need for more natural gas in the Northeast from a greenfield system.

February 24, 2020
New York Cautions FERC on Waiving State’s Constitution Pipe Review

New York Cautions FERC on Waiving State’s Constitution Pipe Review

New York regulators warned FERC this week that if it waives the state’s water quality certification (WQC) review for the Constitution Pipeline project it should expect a swift appeal to the courts, where the state argues a waiver would stand little chance of holding up.

April 3, 2019
Despite Recent Victories, New York Natural Gas Pipes Still Facing Fierce Opposition

Despite Recent Victories, New York Natural Gas Pipes Still Facing Fierce Opposition

Opponents are once again lining up to challenge long-pending natural gas pipelines in New York after the projects scored recent victories at both FERC and in the courts, signaling that an uphill battle is still ahead to get the infrastructure in service after years of delays.

March 27, 2019

DC Circuit Grants FERC Request to Reconsider Constitution Pipeline’s Challenge Against New York

Federal regulators are set to reconsider whether New York took too long to issue a water quality certification (WQC) for the embattled Constitution Pipeline after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Thursday granted a motion to remand the matter back to FERC at the commission’s request.

February 28, 2019
Constitution Gets a Lift as FERC Moves to Reconsider New York Authority

Constitution Gets a Lift as FERC Moves to Reconsider New York Authority

The beleaguered Constitution Pipeline is getting another chance as FERC indicated that it may rehear a challenge to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), which denied the water quality certification (WQC) and brought the natural gas project to a halt three years ago.

February 26, 2019
Constitution Pipeline Granted Two-Year Extension by FERC

Constitution Pipeline Granted Two-Year Extension by FERC

FERC has granted another two-year extension for Constitution Pipeline to enter service as the sponsors continue to exhaust all legal options in their nearly three-year battle against the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), which denied a key permit.

November 6, 2018

Still Searching for New York Water Permit, Constitution Pipeline Delays Completion Until 2020

New York state’s denial of a Clean Water Act (CWA) permit for the proposed Constitution Pipeline has killed any chance of the project meeting it’s scheduled Dec. 2, 2018 construction deadline, the company said in a filing at FERC Monday.

June 25, 2018
U.S. Supreme Court Offers No Relief for Constitution Pipeline, Rejects Appeal

U.S. Supreme Court Offers No Relief for Constitution Pipeline, Rejects Appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied a petition filed by Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC to challenge New York’s regulatory authority and let stand an appeals court ruling that upheld the state’s decision to deny the project a water quality certificate (WQC).

April 30, 2018
Constitution Pipeline Hits Another Roadblock as U.S. Supreme Court Denies Appeal

Constitution Pipeline Hits Another Roadblock as U.S. Supreme Court Denies Appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied a petition filed by Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC to challenge New York’s regulatory authority and let stand an appeals court ruling that upheld the state’s decision to deny the project a water quality certificate (WQC).

April 30, 2018
Exhausting Options, Constitution Pipeline Asks FERC to Reconsider New York Authority

Exhausting Options, Constitution Pipeline Asks FERC to Reconsider New York Authority

Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC on Monday asked FERC to reconsider its decision upholding the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s (DEC) authority to deny a water quality certification (WQC) for the long-delayed natural gas project.

February 13, 2018
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