New pipeline capacity will move Marcellus and Utica gas produced by Cabot and Seneca.
Delfin expects to make an FID this year.
US targets participants in the Nord Stream 2 and Turkstream natural gas projects.
Native American tribes will file a response by next week opposing a U.S. court's order that allows the Dakota Access oil pipeline, known as DAPL, to keep flowing, lawyers representing them said.
The administration’s proposed update of NEPA is part of the plan to cut environmental regulation.
The July 14 ruling means oil can keep flowing through the 570,000-bbl/d Dakota Access pipeline, which runs from North Dakota's oil production fields to Midwest and Gulf Coast refineries.
Attorneys for the Corps filed a notice of appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, a week after a lower court said the 570,000-bbl/d Dakota Access oil pipeline needed to be shut and emptied.
Dakota Access said shutting the line would cost companies and state economies billions of dollars and result in the loss of thousands of jobs.
Energy Transfer told customers in an email that it has not taken any steps to begin winding down flows on the Dakota Access oil pipeline and said it believed the judge who ordered the shutdown over-reached his authority.