Spire Fracas Could Have Wider Implications for Pipeline Approvals

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On the surface, the controversy over the Spire STL pipeline looks straightforward: Will a federal court order vacating its certificate stand, causing an unprecedented shutdown of an operating gasline? But the issue is far more complex, raising broader concerns about the lasting impact on future gas pipeline approvals.

Policy and Regulation, Gas Pipelines, Gas Demand, Gas Supply
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