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.
Federal Appeals Court, in Scrutinized Hydroelectric Facility Case, Orders FERC Caution Before Agency Finds State Water Quality Authority Waiver
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 2 that FERC improperly determined N.C. waived its right to set water quality for the Haw River.
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.
The appointment of voting rights lawyer, Myrna Pérez, for a federal appeals court vacancy in New York may presage debate.
North Dakota launched another effort to overturn the Biden administration’s hold on further public land oil and gas leases.
The Supreme Court, on a July 2 divided vote, passed on deciding whether a private business can discriminate against LGBTQ customers.
The Supreme Court ruled in late June that public schools have little authority to regulate teenagers’ off campus social media posts.
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