Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
What’s in a name? That is the question for FERC Chair — or is it “acting” Chair? — Willie Phillips.
Two key Republican senators asked FERC to hold formal technical conferences on EPA's Power Plant Rule, noting the regulator did so for Obama's Clean Power Plan.
Testifying before the Senate, NERC's CEO warned that increased reliance on weather-dependent renewables will likely lead to more frequent grid disruptions.
Senators discussed new bills that would give FERC authority over gas pipeline cybersecurity and change how DOE handles cyber threats.
Sen. Joe Manchin is pressing on with his controversial permitting proposal after it was excluded from a must-pass defense authorization bill.
Sen. Joe Manchin said he won’t call a hearing on President Biden’s nomination of Richard Glick to remain as FERC chair, dimming his chance of returning.
Fears that FERC’s pipeline regulations will stymie development of a national hydrogen pipeline system pervaded a Senate Energy and Natural Resources hearing.
FERC Chair Richard Glick defended the natural gas policy statements a split commission issued last month, rejecting criticism that it overstepped its authority.
A Senate panel unanimously advanced D.C. Public Service Commission Chair Willie Phillips’ nomination to FERC to the Senate floor.
It was a dull Tuesday for FERC watchers, as President Biden’s nominee to the commission, Willie Phillips, faced few questions at his confirmation hearing.
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