D.C. Circuit: FERC Must Confirm Pipeline Developer’s Claim That Natural Gas Transport Infrastructure is Needed
A federal appeals court in D.C. ruled that FERC must verify that a natural gas pipeline is necessary before granting a developer a permit.
Boston-Based Appeals Court Sends Case Involving Oil and Gas Terminal Prep for Climate Change Events to Trial
The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 1 that a lawsuit alleging Exxon-Mobil failed to prepare an oil storage facility for climate change impacts should go to trial.
North Dakota launched another effort to overturn the Biden administration’s hold on further public land oil and gas leases.
On June 28, the Supreme Court denied a request by Montana and Wyoming to sue Washington over state authority to block a coal export terminal.
The House of Representatives has passed a resolution overriding a Trump-era effort to eliminate rules limiting methane discharges.
A Louisiana federal judge blocked the Biden administration’s effort to impose a lull on public land and offshore oil and gas leasing.
Two federal courts will soon decide whether to block President Joe Biden’s move to hold up federal oil and gas leasing.
The Biden administration sent a mixed signal in late May about its commitment to reversing course on oil exploration and extraction in Alaska.
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