September 2021, Vol. 248, No. 9

Guest Commentary

Court Rulings Underscore Challenges for Gas Pipeline Construction

By Marc Gorewitz, Director, Opportune LLP  Gorewitz Natural gas pipelines are part of the critical infrastructure that transport gas throughout the U.S. to commercial, industrial and residential consumers. Interstate gas pipelines that cross multiple states are approved and regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).   Recently, the construction of new and expanded gas pipelines has been scrutinized, especially as countries address climate change by expanding the use of renewable energy resources and reducing the use of fossil fuels.   Most recently, the U.S. Supreme Court debated the rights of pipeline companies to construct ne

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