Biden Administration Criticized for Limits to Arctic Oil, Gas Drilling

The Bureau of Land Management is limiting new oil and gas leasing in the Arctic and also shut down a road proposal for industrial mining purposes.

FERC Again Approves TC Energy Pipeline Expansion in Northwest US

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission shot down opposition by environmental groups and states to stay TC Energy’s $75 million project.

Scathing Court Ruling Hits Energy Transfer’s Louisiana Legal Disputes

A recent Energy Transfer filing with FERC may signal a change in strategy, an analyst says.

Political, Legal Fight Over Biden’s LNG Pause Intensifies

In 2021, states and the White House had a similar conflict over offshore oil and gas leasing rights.

Energy Transfer Asks FERC to Weigh in on Williams Gas Project

Energy Transfer's filing continues the dispute over Williams’ development of the Louisiana Energy Gateway.

Kinder Morgan Exec: Building Pipelines ‘Challenging, but Manageable’

Allen Fore, vice president of public affairs for Kinder Morgan, said building anything, from a new road to an ice cream shop, can be tough but dealing with stakeholders up front can move projects along.

US Clears 2.6-GW Offshore New England Wind Project

Located south of Martha’s Vineyard off of Massachusetts, the project consists of the 791-megawatt New England Wind 1 and the 1.87-GW New England Wind 2.

Kinder Morgan Exec: Don’t Count Out Midstream in M&A Frenzy

Kinder Morgan’s Allen Fore said 2024 should be an ‘interesting’ year in M&A during a discussion at DUG GAS+ Conference and Expo.

Gas Executives: US Pipe Dreams ‘Not Dead,’ but Challenging

Regulators could pivot as “market signals that may come may be worse than regulators are looking for,” Sempra Infrastructure’s president of LNG said.

US Gives Final Green Light to Sunrise Wind Offshore Project

The approval by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management solidified Ørsted and Eversource’s commitment to the project with both taking final investment decisions.