April 2018, Vol.245, No.4


Choosing Brown vs. Green: Seeking Lower Risk, More Certainty

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor When the proposed Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline project from the Marcellus shale gas deposits in Pennsylvania was stalled last year in a legal quagmire that has engulfed a number of high-profile, multi-billion-dollar greenfield projects, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) – operating at full strength for the first time in the Trump administration – attempted to unknot the permitting conundrum by approving two relatively benign looping projects. While seeming small in nature, the action loomed large in today’s increasingly complex regulatory and financial process for building new energy infrastructure. A week later, at his first meeting as the

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