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DC Circ. Gives FERC More Time To Redo Pipeline Review

Law360 (March 7, 2018, 11:00 PM EST) -- The D.C. Circuit on Wednesday gave the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission more time to finish redoing its approval of a $3.5 billion interstate natural gas project in the South, preventing the pipelines at issue from potentially ceasing operations.

In a brief order, the circuit court granted FERC’s request that it halt for 45 days the implementation of its ruling that the agency failed to adequately analyze the greenhouse gas emissions of the Southeast Market Pipelines Project that feeds gas-fired power plants, the centerpiece of which is...
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