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June 13, 2024

tolling orders

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EBA Panel Probes FERC’s Allegheny Response
A panel examining FERC’s response to the D.C. Circuit’s Allegheny ruling evolved into an in-depth Q&A with acting General Counsel David Morenoff.
FERC will not Seek SCOTUS Review of Tolling Decision
FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee said the commission will not petition the Supreme Court over the D.C. Circuit’s ruling that its use of tolling orders violates the NGA and FPA.
FERC Gets More Time on Tolling Orders
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals granted FERC’s request for a delay in responding to the court’s order barring the commission’s use of tolling orders.
FERC Seeks 90-Day Delay on Tolling Ruling
FERC has asked the D.C. Circuit to give it 90 days to respond to the court’s June 30 order barring the commission’s use of tolling orders.
UPDATED: D.C. Circuit Rejects FERC on Tolling Orders
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that FERC can no longer use tolling orders to delay judicial review of its rulings under the Natural Gas Act.
FERC Revises Pipeline Policy on Landowner Concerns
FERC said it will no longer permit gas pipeline developers to begin construction until it acts on the merits of any rehearing requests.
DC Circuit Skeptical of FERC Tolling Orders
The D.C. Circuit Court spent three and a half hours grilling attorneys in a case that could decide whether FERC is allowed to issue tolling orders.
UPDATE: FERC Targeted in Energy Bill Amendments
A bipartisan energy bill debated by the Senate is providing FERC critics an opportunity to seek changes to the commission’s quorum rules and authority.
DC Circuit to Reconsider FERC Tolling Orders
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals will reconsider its precedent that allows FERC to issue “tolling” orders to delay action on requests for rehearing.

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