July 2021, Vol. 248, No. 7


Is FERC Changing Rules for Pipelines?

By Stephen Barlas, Contributing Editor, Washington D.C. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) continues to produce angst among gas pipeline developers with its two recent decisions regarding rehearing demands from pipeline opponents. Its publication of Order 871-B, dealing with delaying construction in the context of eminent domain and its dismissal of a rehearing request that Algonquin wanted in relation to the local community, attempts to snafu an already certificated compressor in Weymouth, Mass. The publication of Order 871-B reflects Chairman Richard Glick’s intention to give new leverage to pipeline opponents.  “In both dockets, FERC opened up a pr

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