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May 29, 2024

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FERC’s Work in 2022 Left in Doubt by Manchin
2022 was a busy year for FERC, with rulemaking proposals and technical conferences covering almost everything over which the commission has jurisdiction.
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FERC Dismisses Gas Policy Update Rehearing Requests
FERC dismissed 14 requests for rehearing of its revised policy statement on natural gas infrastructure and its interim policy on accounting for GHG emissions.
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Glick: No Regrets over Gas Policy Statements
FERC Chair Richard Glick defended the natural gas policy statements a split commission issued last month, rejecting criticism that it overstepped its authority.
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Split FERC Updates Policies on Gas Infrastructure Applications
FERC voted 3-2 to update its policy on natural gas infrastructure certificates and outlined how it will evaluate the impacts of projects’ GHG emissions.
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Glick Asserts FERC Authority to Mitigate GHG Emissions
Concerns over FERC’s legal authority to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions came up throughout the commission’s technical conference on GHG mitigation.

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