FERC Must Comply With Gas Export Order, DC Circ. Told

Law360 (July 29, 2020, 7:44 PM EDT) -- An Ohio city on Wednesday said the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is dragging its feet on complying with a D.C. Circuit order last fall to explain how exported gas from a $2.1 billion pipeline justified the project's need and urged the appeals court to force the agency's hand.

It's been nearly nine months since the Nov. 4 effective date of the D.C. Circuit's decision directing FERC to address questions raised by landowners and Oberlin, Ohio, about why shipments to Canada could help show why the now-completed Nexus pipeline was necessary and worth giving the company power to exercise eminent domain for...

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