Moeller

FERC Commissioner Moeller Resigns

FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller whose term ends this year plans to resign from the regulatory agency at the end of the month, he said Tuesday.

October 6, 2015

FERC, CFTC Officials Provide Regulatory Update to Energy Marketers

While FERC waits to hear what its role will be under the Clean Power Plan (CPP) being formulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), one of its five commissioners said he is more concerned about infrastructure issues with natural gas, not limiting access to abundant supplies.

May 8, 2015

NAESB Revised Standards for Pipelines Clear Regulatory Hurdle

FERC last Thursday approved several revised standards for business practices of interstate natural gas pipelines, which Commissioner Phillip Moeller acknowledged that while “maybe not glamorous are still essential to a safe and efficient pipeline operation.”

March 22, 2010

NAESB Revised Standards for Pipelines Clear Regulatory Hurdle

FERC Thursday approved several revised standards for business practices of interstate natural gas pipelines, which Commissioner Phillip Moeller acknowledged that while “maybe not glamorous are still essential to a safe and efficient pipeline operation.”

March 19, 2010

NAESB Revised Standards for Pipelines Clear Regulatory Hurdle

FERC Thursday approved several revised standards for business practices of interstate natural gas pipelines, which Commissioner Phillip Moeller acknowledged that while “maybe not glamorous are still essential to a safe and efficient pipeline operation.”

March 19, 2010

NW Harbors Gas Needs, but at What Price? Officials Ponder

With a Pacific Northwest native and current FERC commissioner, Philip Moeller, endorsing the need for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility, two other regional gas advocates made the case for bringing added gas supplies into the region, while pointing out that current depressed wholesale prices in North America, not the global financial crisis, are the current impediment to new supplies from both pipelines and LNG imports.

January 20, 2009