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Court Calls for Rewrite of AK Polar Bear Habitat Restrictions

Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska applauded a U.S. District court decision that vacates the designation of 187,000-square miles of Alaska’s North Slope as critical habitat for polar bears by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).

January 15, 2013

Appeals Court Vacates FERC Order Denying Selective Discounting on Williston Basin

Saying FERC failed to provide an “adequate explanation” for its action, a federal appeals court in Washington, DC on Friday vacated a 2002 order in which the agency rejected Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline’s practice of selective discounting of transportation rates on its system.

February 23, 2004

Appeals Court Vacates FERC Order Denying Selective Discounting on Williston Basin

FERC fell short of adequately justifying its February 2002 order that rejected Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline’s practice of selective discounting of natural gas transportation services, a federal appeals court said Friday in vacating and remanding the agency’s decision.

February 23, 2004

FERC Vacates Certificate for ‘Uneconomic’ NE Hub Storage Project

FERC issued an order Monday vacating certificate authority previously granted to NE Hub Partners in 1998 for a 6 Bcf high deliverability storage project in Pennsylvania (see Daily GPI, April 16, 1998). In April, NE Hub, which is now owned by Dominion Resources, requested that its certificate be vacated because the storage project is uneconomic and has no customers.

December 29, 2003

FERC Vacates Certificate for ‘Uneconomic’ NE Hub Storage Project

FERC issued an order Monday vacating certificate authority previously granted to NE Hub Partners in 1998 for a 6 Bcf high deliverability storage project in Pennsylvania (see Daily GPI, April 16, 1998). In April, NE Hub, which is now owned by Dominion Resources, requested that its certificate be vacated because the storage project is uneconomic and has no customers.

December 29, 2003

Court Vacates FERC Orders Denying Index-Based Discount Rates

A federal appeals court, in vacating two FERC orders Friday, said the Commission had failed to offer a “reasoned explanation” of why it denied a proposal of Northern Natural Gas Co. to offer shippers an index-based discount rate that would fluctuate between the pipeline’s maximum rate ceiling and minimum rate floor in its tariff.

July 28, 2003

Court Vacates FERC Orders Denying Index-Based Discount Rates

A federal appeals court, in vacating two FERC orders Friday, said the Commission had failed to offer a “reasoned explanation” of why it denied a proposal of Northern Natural Gas Co. to offer shippers an index-based discount rate that would fluctuate between the pipeline’s maximum rate ceiling and minimum rate floor in its tariff.

July 28, 2003

FERC OKs Downsizing of Transco Project, Vacates ANR Certificate

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week voted out an order to downsize and phase the construction of an already-certificated expansion of Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp.’s mainline pipeline system in the Southeast region.

April 14, 2003

FERC Vacates ANR Certificate After Generator Backs Out of Project

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday vacated a certificate that gave ANR Pipeline the green light to build a lateral extension to provide natural gas to a planned power generation plant in Wisconsin.

April 11, 2003

FERC OKs Tuscarora Wadsworth Lateral; Vacates Cross Bay Certificate

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last Wednesday okayed a certificate for Tuscarora Gas Transmission’s Wadsworth Lateral, a 14.2-mile pipeline extension and associated facilities that would increase Tuscarora’s transportation capacity by 95,912 Dth/d. The lateral would extend from Tuscarora’s mainline in northern Washoe County, NV, to an interconnect with Paiute Pipeline in Nevada.

February 4, 2002
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