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National Grid’s NYC Long-Term NatGas Supply Constraint Solutions Heavy on LNG

National Grid’s NYC Long-Term NatGas Supply Constraint Solutions Heavy on LNG

In an effort to meet current and future New York City natural gas supply constraints, National Grid is planning to deploy a series of measures to maintain near-term system reliability while mulling over a host of longer-term solutions, a number of which prominently feature liquefied natural gas (LNG).

February 26, 2020

New York Governor Pushes to Permanently Ban Hydraulic Fracturing

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has included legislation in his budget proposal to permanently ban “high-volume” hydraulic fracturing in New York, five years after state regulators took action to stop unconventional natural gas development.

January 24, 2020

New York Governor Pushes to Permanently Ban Hydraulic Fracturing

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has included legislation in his budget proposal to permanently ban “high-volume” hydraulic fracturing in New York, five years after state regulators took action to stop unconventional natural gas development.

January 24, 2020

Thousands Awaiting Natural Gas Service in New York Amid Squeezed Supplies

Skirmishes over natural gas shortages in New York City are intensifying as the winter heating season nears, with one distributor insisting that it can’t serve thousands of new customers without more infrastructure and policymakers pushing for answers.

September 4, 2019
Con Ed Secures Another Agreement to Supply More Natural Gas in New York

Con Ed Secures Another Agreement to Supply More Natural Gas in New York

Consolidated Edison Co. (Con Ed) on Thursday said it had inked another deal with Iroquois Gas Transmission System LP to get more natural gas into its New York service territory.

May 10, 2019
New York Cautions FERC on Waiving State’s Constitution Pipe Review

New York Cautions FERC on Waiving State’s Constitution Pipe Review

New York regulators warned FERC this week that if it waives the state’s water quality certification (WQC) review for the Constitution Pipeline project it should expect a swift appeal to the courts, where the state argues a waiver would stand little chance of holding up.

April 3, 2019
Despite Recent Victories, New York Natural Gas Pipes Still Facing Fierce Opposition

Despite Recent Victories, New York Natural Gas Pipes Still Facing Fierce Opposition

Opponents are once again lining up to challenge long-pending natural gas pipelines in New York after the projects scored recent victories at both FERC and in the courts, signaling that an uphill battle is still ahead to get the infrastructure in service after years of delays.

March 27, 2019
New York Regulators to Analyze Downstate Natural Gas Shortages

New York Regulators to Analyze Downstate Natural Gas Shortages

The New York Public Service Commission (PSC) said this week it plans to analyze and report on the changing market conditions that prompted Consolidated Edison Co. (Con Ed) to impose a moratorium on new natural gas customers in Westchester County.

January 30, 2019

New York Producers Fighting Efforts to Further Curb VOCs, Methane

New York regulators are seeking input on an early draft of rules to further curb volatile organic compounds (VOC) and methane emissions, a proposal that one state oil and natural gas industry group has warned could be “devastating” for producers if it’s finalized.

December 20, 2018

Appalachian Natural Gas Industry Hopeful After Midterm Elections

While very little changed politically across the Appalachian Basin’s key oil and natural gas producing states, the industry sees both opportunities and challenges after the midterm elections as Democrats and Republicans step into new roles throughout the region.

November 20, 2018
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