Some Gas, LNG Projects May Find Easier Path at FERC

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is showing early showing signs of smoothing the way for some gas pipeline and LNG project approvals by forgoing the most restrictive environmental reviews.

Policy and Regulation, LNG Projects, Gas Pipelines, CO2 Emissions
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