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Wellinghoff: FERC Won’t Appeal Hunter Ruling

FERC does not intend to appeal a recent court finding that the agency lacks jurisdiction over natural gas futures transactions, said Commission Chairman Jon Wellinghoff last week.

April 8, 2013

Wellinghoff: FERC Won’t Appeal Hunter Ruling to High Court

FERC does not intend to appeal a recent court finding that the agency lacks jurisdiction over natural gas futures transactions, said Commission Chairman Jon Wellinghoff.

April 4, 2013
Hess Actions ‘Dramatically Short,’ Says Shareholder

Hess Actions ‘Dramatically Short,’ Says Shareholder

Hess Corp., which is facing a shareholder revolt for a perceived lack of focus and crony-heavy board, on Monday said it would become a pure-play exploration and production (E&P) company. The plan involves fully exiting the downstream business, selling Bakken Shale midstream, and bringing aboard six new independent directors.

March 5, 2013

G-20 Agreement to Phase Out Fossil Fuel Subsidies Lacks Deadline

The G-20 nations Friday were said to have forged an agreement to phase out subsidies for oil, natural gas and coal, but the document reportedly lacks teeth because it doesn’t provide a timetable for when the subsidies should end.

September 28, 2009

G-20 Agrees to Phase Out Fossil Fuel Subsidies

The G-20 nations Friday were said to have forged an agreement to phase out subsidies for oil, natural gas and coal, but the document reportedly lacks teeth because it doesn’t provide a timetable for when the subsidies should end.

September 28, 2009

Appeals Court Agrees FERC Lacks OCSLA Power to Order Producer Pipe Reporting

A federal appeals court in Washington, DC Friday upheld a lower court decision that enjoined the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission from enforcing an open-ended reporting requirement on natural gas pipelines operating offshore, finding the agency exceeded its authority under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA) when it ordered the action in 2000.

October 13, 2003

Appeals Court Agrees FERC Lacks OCSLA Power to Order Producer Pipe Reporting

A federal appeals court in Washington, DC Friday upheld a lower court decision that enjoined the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission from enforcing an open-ended reporting requirement on natural gas pipelines operating offshore, finding the agency exceeded its authority under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA) when it ordered the action in 2000.

October 13, 2003

Futures Rebound as Storage Data Lacks Bearish Punch

After checking lower in the moments following the news that 93 Bcf was injected into storage last week, the natural gas futures rebounded Wednesday as scale-down and technical buying propelled the market back above the $5.00 mark. At $5.05, the August contract closed 11.6 cents higher for the session, and just a few ticks below its $5.075 high on the day.

July 18, 2003

Domenici: Plan to Delay FERC’s SMD to ’08 Lacks Senate Support

A legislative proposal recently floated by Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) to push back implementation of FERC’s standard market design (SMD) plan for U.S. wholesale power markets to 2008 “does not have sufficient votes” in the U.S. Senate and “it does not have my support,” Sen. Pete Domenici (R-NM) told reporters last week.

June 23, 2003

Barton Electric Bill Lacks Bipartisan Support

After years of debate and hearings on whether and how torestructure the $200 billion electricity industry, mark-up ofcomprehensive legislation by the House Energy and PowerSubcommittee finally is in sight but the chances are slim that atruly bipartisan measure will be voted out in the weeks ahead.

October 7, 1999
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