April 2020, Vol. 247, No. 4

Government

House Democrats Consider Anti-Pipeline Regulatory Changes

Democrats in the House have introduced two bills that would negatively affect interstate pipelines. The legislative efforts align with a broader push by Democrats, including presidential candidates, to enact “green” energy policies, which will vilify natural gas, if not at least tarnish its reputation, as a climate-preferred alternative to coal and oil.  One self-standing, bipartisan bill includes provisions to force pipelines to pay customers refunds more quickly for past overcharges. The second Democrat-only bill, which is the latest incarnation of a “Green New Deal,” includes provisions forcing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to c

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