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  • July 24, 2024

    FERC Can't Give Pipeline More Time, Green Groups Say

    Conservation groups are urging the D.C. Circuit to throw out a three-year deadline extension the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted for the completion of a southern extension of the controversial Mountain Valley pipeline.

  • July 24, 2024

    Exxon Loses Bid To Ditch Conn. Climate Change Fraud Suit

    Exxon Mobil Corp. cannot escape Connecticut's lawsuit accusing it of deceiving consumers about the negative impact of fossil fuels on the earth's climate, a state judge ruled Tuesday in rejecting the oil and gas giant's contention that it can't be sued in the Nutmeg State.

  • July 24, 2024

    Former Dentons Litigator Returns To Practice Indigenous Law

    A former litigator at global law firm Dentons has returned to practice in its Montreal office following five years working as an in-house counsel at electrical utility Hydro-Quebec, saying he will focus on energy, natural resources, mining and Indigenous law matters.

  • July 24, 2024

    Pfizer's Fuel Cells Can't Be Taxed, Conn. Justices Rule

    A fuel cell module that powers Pfizer Inc.'s research campus in Groton, Connecticut, is not subject to personal property taxes, the state's high court ruled Wednesday, upholding a lower court decision that allowed FuelCell Inc. to avoid several multimillion-dollar local tax assessments and penalties.

  • July 24, 2024

    Coal Ash Crusade An Ongoing Battle For The EPA

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has put coal ash enforcement at the forefront of its agenda by making it one of the agency's top enforcement and compliance priorities for the next four years, but some experts say there's still work to be done given that the EPA itself has said the industry has yet to change its ways.

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