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Not All OCS Report Reforms Must Be Met for Drilling Ban to Be Lifted

Senior Interior Department officials submitted a major report reviewing offshore oil and gas natural gas oversight, which made 59 recommendations on improving offshore safety, to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar Wednesday, but not all of of the recommendations must be met before the deepwater moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico is lifted.

September 9, 2010

Range Makes First Marcellus Frac Chemicals Disclosure

Range Resources Corp. submitted its first voluntary hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracing) disclosure forms to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and has posted the information on its website.

August 13, 2010

NGPL, Great Lakes Close to Settling Cases

Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America (NGPL) has submitted a proposed settlement that would give shippers an 8% reduction in firm transportation rates in exchange for resolving Section 5 allegations of over-recovery of cost of service. And in a related Section 5 proceeding, an administrative law judge (ALJ) last Thursday certified to FERC an uncontested settlement that would provide customers on Great Lakes Gas Transmission LP pipeline an immediate rate reduction.

June 21, 2010

White House to Review EPA Endangerment Finding

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Friday submitted its greenhouse gas (GHG) endangerment finding — that GHG emissions contribute to air pollution and may endanger public health — to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for interagency review, an agency spokeswoman said.

November 10, 2009

Investigation: Endangered Species Findings Tainted by Rogue Officials

The inspector general of the Interior Department submitted a report to Congress last Monday that found agency officials doctored scientific work to preclude certain species from receiving protections under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

December 22, 2008

Investigation: Endangered Species Findings Tainted by Rogue Officials

The inspector general of the Interior Department submitted a report to Congress Monday that found agency officials doctored scientific work to preclude certain species from receiving protections under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

December 17, 2008

FGT Proposes Major Expansion to Meet Generation Demand

Florida Gas Transmission (FGT) has submitted an application at FERC to build 483.2 miles of pipeline facilities to meet expanding gas-fired power generation demand in the Sunshine State.

November 24, 2008

FGT Proposes Major Expansion to Meet Generation Demand

Florida Gas Transmission (FGT) has submitted an application at FERC to build 483.2 miles of pipeline facilities to meet expanding gas-fired power generation demand in the Sunshine State.

November 18, 2008

ICE Fears Democrats’ Proposals May Upset Energy Markets

IntercontinentalExchange (ICE), a leading electronic energy trading platform, Friday assailed congressional Democrats’ “hastily submitted” legislative proposals that it says place “arbitrary controls” on regulated energy futures markets.

May 12, 2008

FERC Adds to Pipelines’ Financial Reporting Burden

FERC last Thursday issued a final rule that revises the financial forms, statements and reports submitted by interstate natural gas pipelines to provide the agency and shippers with more current market and cost information about pipelines.

March 24, 2008