President Donald Trump on Sept. 30 nominated Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) general counsel James Danly to be a member of the commission, the White House said in a statement.
Justices will decide whether and how common law applies in a trespass case involving hydraulic fracturing.
Federal and state authorities on Sept. 13 criminally charged climate change protesters for shutting down the largest U.S. energy-export port for a day by dangling from a bridge.
Critics argue the renegotiation sets a worrying precedent and may discourage investment in Mexico due to uncertainty about how contracts will be treated in future.
Appeals Court rules that the Constitution does not allow companies to seize state land in federal court.
Regulatory hurdles and well-organized environmental opposition are clogging up North American pipeline projects.
Russian company is denied the ability to ship more gas on the Opal pipeline.
The company launched a two-month open season to solicit bids for space on Aug. 2. It faces stiff opposition from many Canadian producers, who say the tolls are unfair and the changes will limit their access to markets.
CEO expresses doubt, given the massive investment.