The recent approval of a second license to export domestic liquefied natural gas (LNG) to non-free trade agreement (FTA) nations includes language that supports the disputed exports as being in the public interest, Sempra Energy CEO Debra Reed said at an investor conference Thursday in New York City.
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The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) decision to approve a second license to allow liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to non-free trade agreement (FTA) nations includes language that supports the exports as being in the public interest, Sempra Energy CEO Debra Reed said last week.
Republicans on the House Energy and Commerce Committee have called on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and White House to clarify language in a recent executive order creating an interagency working group on hydraulic fracturing (fracking).
For the second time this week, legislative language has been offered on Capitol Hill to strip the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of authority to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under the Clean Air Act (CAA).
Senate Democrats’ legislation overhauling the financial regulatory system is “good” as far as it goes (see Daily GPI, April 30), but it needs “stronger” language, including a provision to break up the big banks, said an official with National People’s Action (NPA).
The head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has called on Congress to eliminate clearing exemptions and toughen language in the Obama administration’s legislative proposal for regulatory reform of the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets and dealers.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers last Thursday called on an appropriations subcommittee chairman to insert language in the fiscal year 2008 spending bill that would bar the Department of Energy (DOE) from using federal funds to designate two National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors (NIETC) in the Mid-Atlantic and Southwest regions of the country.
The adjectives used to describe the Barnett Shale play — “prolific,” “gas-rich,” “abundant” — may have, at times, seemed superfluous. But the simple language EOG Resources Inc. CEO Mark Papa used last week to describe his take on the Texas play may be the most descriptive: “bigger than we expected.”