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Kinder’s Revised Certified Natural Gas Pooling Service on Tennessee OK’d by FERC

Kinder’s Revised Certified Natural Gas Pooling Service on Tennessee OK’d by FERC

Federal regulators accepted a responsibly sourced gas (RSG) pooling service proposal from Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP), a Kinder Morgan Inc. subsidiary, after initially denying the proposal in late April.  After revising and resubmitting a proposal for the pooling service in mid-May, FERC has approved Kinder’s plan to offer the pooling service along the…

July 1, 2022
MVP Seeking Another Extension from FERC as Construction Deadline Approaches

MVP Seeking Another Extension from FERC as Construction Deadline Approaches

Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC is seeking an extension from FERC that would give the operator until October 2026 to finish construction on the delayed Appalachia-to-Southeast natural gas conduit. In a letter filed last Friday, MVP asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for more time to finish construction in light of “ongoing legal and permitting challenges.”…

June 27, 2022
API Calls on Biden Administration to Fast-Track LNG Export Approvals

API Calls on Biden Administration to Fast-Track LNG Export Approvals

The American Petroleum Institute (API) has put forth a 10-point policy plan it wants the Biden administration to adopt to promote U.S. oil and natural gas production – and ease the global energy crisis. “As energy costs and geopolitical instability around the world continue to rise, API is calling on policymakers to confront the global…

June 21, 2022
FERC Pitches Plan to Uncork Power Generation Growth Bottlenecks

FERC Pitches Plan to Uncork Power Generation Growth Bottlenecks

FERC on Thursday issued a proposed rule that aims to speed up the process for linking new electric generation to the power grid. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s unanimous vote advances a notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR) that could ease interconnection queue backlogs. Commission staff said the rule would add certainty to the process and…

June 17, 2022
New Fortress Puerto Rico LNG Terminal Falls Under FERC Authority, Says Court

New Fortress Puerto Rico LNG Terminal Falls Under FERC Authority, Says Court

A federal court has ruled that FERC has authority to regulate New Fortress Energy Inc.’s (NFE) small-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Puerto Rico, rejecting an argument that the Commission revised definitions of a pipeline to assert authority. A panel of three judges with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia…

June 15, 2022
LNG Demand Seen Driving Natural Gas Prices Higher This Summer, FERC Says

LNG Demand Seen Driving Natural Gas Prices Higher This Summer, FERC Says

Driven in part by liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, demand growth will outpace supply gains this summer, leading to higher prices year/year, FERC said in its 2022 outlook on summer energy markets. Compared with summer 2021 levels, total domestic dry natural gas production is expected to increase 3.4% this summer, while total consumption is projected…

May 24, 2022
Lack of Planning Leaving Renewables Disconnected, Says FERC

Lack of Planning Leaving Renewables Disconnected, Says FERC

The Biden administration and FERC made moves in recent weeks to revamp the nation’s electricity transmission system, taking steps toward achieving a carbon-free energy grid by 2035 while addressing the impending infrastructure issues. During the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s third joint federal-state electric transmission task force, the five commissioners underscored that there is a great…

May 11, 2022
Energy Transfer Building Export Options Via Haynesville, Permian for LNG and Lots of Liquids

Energy Transfer Building Export Options Via Haynesville, Permian for LNG and Lots of Liquids

With customer demand growing, Energy Transfer LP’s management team is confident that the Lake Charles, LA, natural gas export project will be sanctioned before the end of the year. During the recent first quarter conference call, Co-CEO Tom Mason said “we’re really excited about where we are today” regarding the pending liquefied natural gas (LNG)…

May 11, 2022
FERC Squashes Kinder’s Certified Natural Gas Proposal, but Door Open for New Filing

FERC Squashes Kinder’s Certified Natural Gas Proposal, but Door Open for New Filing

Federal regulators shot down a proposal by Kinder Morgan Inc. that the company said would bring transparency and liquidity to the nascent certified natural gas market. FERC late last month denied Kinder’s plan to implement a certified gas pooling service along its Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP). The proposal, revised and resubmitted to the Federal Energy…

May 6, 2022
Marcellus Natural Gas Conduit Adelphia Begins Partial Service on Expansion

Marcellus Natural Gas Conduit Adelphia Begins Partial Service on Expansion

Adelphia Gateway LLC has started partial service on its brownfield natural gas pipeline expansion project moving Marcellus Shale supply to growing demand markets in eastern Pennsylvania and beyond, pipeline flow data shows. Adelphia started flowing on Monday, moving natural gas supply from the Quakertown meter station through the Marcus Hook facility to the Tilghman meter.…

April 20, 2022
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