Enbridge is soliciting requests for service as part of a natural gas pipeline expansion project that would significantly increase capacity to the Northeast.
Gas industry representatives proposed market fixes and upgrading pipeline infrastructure as potential solutions to New England's winter fuel supply concerns.
Experts, analysts and lobbyists convened with FERC in Vermont to talk about the issues facing New England’s electric grid in the winter.
FERC’s Republican minority is arguing that the commission’s recent decision on the Weymouth Compressor Station is leading to uncertainty for gas developers.
FERC said it could not reverse its OK of a controversial compressor station, but Democrats pledged to consider environmental justice in future gas cases.
Developers of the proposed PennEast natural gas pipeline canceled the project, conceding defeat despite a victory before the U.S. Supreme Court in June.
The site of the Weymouth natural gas compressor station previously hosted both a coal facility and a fuel storage tank.
Enbridge says using a gas-fired turbine for the Weymouth Compressor station is more cost-effective than an electric motor, but stakeholders disagree.
Dozens of climate justice advocates in Massachusetts occupied international pipeline company Enbridge’s office in protest of its Line 3 tar sands pipeline.
FERC failed to explain how it relied on natural gas exports in approving Nexus' gas pipeline in Ohio and Michigan, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
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