September 2018, Vol. 245, No. 9



FERC Pressed to Change Pipeline Approval Policies Interstate pipeline companies are fending off efforts by environmental groups to pressure the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to make significant changes to its 1999 pipeline certificate policy. Groups such as the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Delaware Riverkeepers, some members of Congress and others want the FERC to make it hard to establish economic need for a project and if that initial barrier is crossed, if it is crossed, look at an expanded menu of landowner and environmental concerns, both of which could lead to either slowing down approval for or even cancelation of a project where substantial demand exists. The Notice of

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