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  • The US lobby may have found a new cudgel in their fight against FERC’s proposed climate regulations: the war in Ukraine. While it’s no surprise pipeline and LNG interests object to FERC raising the bar for project approvals, several used their filed comments to highlight the increased call on US supplies since Russia invaded Ukraine, which was a week from happening when FERC unveiled the plan. Cheniere Energy cited the resulting change in global gas markets and insisted FERC’s policy change would “disadvantage US LNG in global markets and deter development of needed infrastructure."
MARK DAVIDSON is the Editor of Natural Gas Week and the Washington Bureau Chief for Energy Intelligence. Mark directs day-to-day coverage of all aspects of the domestic gas industry as well as federal energy policy in Washington.
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