Central New York Oil and Gas Co.’s (CNYOG) proposed MARC-I Hub Line Project, which would deliver additional Marcellus Shale and Trenton Black River natural gas to Northeast markets, may not be needed, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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Energy efficiency is no longer the “polite” thing to do but rather is “starting to become a cultural imperative” the COO of Pace Global Energy Services said last week.
Energy efficiency is no longer the “polite” thing to do but rather is “starting to become a cultural imperative,” the COO of Pace Global Energy Services said Tuesday.
Meeting the challenge of the “cultural issues” involved in business development amidst expanding population and environmental concerns, Canadian producers are underwriting a neutral dispute resolution agency, Synergy Alberta, and have hired an executive from the Canadian Red Cross to head it up.
The staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has updated the agency’s guidelines for reporting the results of investigations of cultural resources (i.e. historic properties), which are carried out for new pipeline projects. For details about the guideline changes, go to the Commission’s home page at http://www.ferc.fed.us.