December 1, 2023

natural gas

Federal Lawsuit Challenges New York State Natural Gas Ban
The suit says New York's ban is preempted by federal law, seeking to apply the precedent from the Ninth Circuit's decision overturning Berkeley Calif.'s ban.
MISO Demand Up, Prices Down During Bumpy August
MISO's August demand rose compared to a year ago, while prices dropped by nearly two-thirds.
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Enbridge Announces Project to Increase Northeast Pipeline Capacity
Enbridge is soliciting requests for service as part of a natural gas pipeline expansion project that would significantly increase capacity to the Northeast.
NJ Plans for Transition Away from Natural Gas
New Jersey is tackling the contentious issue of how to dramatically reduce the use of natural gas and promote alternatives in pursuit of cutting carbon emissions.
More Environmental Information Required for Western Mass. Gas Pipeline
The state found Eversource's Draft Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Western Massachusetts gas pipeline to be inadequate.
Natural Gas Power Generation Expected to Set Record
With fuel prices much lower than in 2022, record amounts of electricity are expected to be generated by burning natural gas in July and August 2023.
FERC Authorizes Final Construction for Mountain Valley Pipeline
FERC OK'd Mountain Valley Pipeline’s request to complete construction, acting following Congress' authorization of the project in the recent debt-ceiling deal.
NE Stakeholders Debate Future of Everett at FERC Winter Gas-Elec Forum
FERC stakeholders debated winter reliability challenges in the Northeast, including the potential loss of the Everett LNG import terminal.
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ERCOT TAC Endorses Agreement on ‘Exceptional’ Fuel Costs
ERCOT stakeholders have endorsed a protocol change requiring resources to file exceptional fuel costs that include contractual and pipeline-mandated costs.
Developer Abandons Plans for Pa. Gas Generator
A developer has scrapped plans to build a 1,2400-MW gas-fired generator in central Pennsylvania after environmental groups challenged the plant’s permits.

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