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Why the Marcellus and Utica are paying close attention to Norman Bay

FERC, Norman C. Bay

Norman C. Bay just resigned as chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), leaving a mess behind him. This is the entity that controls the power to approve contested electric transmission lines, natural gas pipelines and utility plans. He resigned after President Trump promoted Cheryl A. LeFleur to chair the commission. Now, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, FERC doesn’t have ...

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PennEast pipeline would be boon, study contends

natural gas

A new study shows natural gas consumers in eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey could have saved more than $890 million last winter if the PennEast pipeline had been in place. However, that excludes customers from Northeast Pennsylvania, a spokesman for the company says. The approximately 114-mile, 36-inch diameter PennEast Pipeline will begin at a site off Hildebrandt Road in Dallas ...

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