Manchin Gets Mountain Valley Pipeline Deal Into Debt Bill
The California state Senate approved a bill that would force the country’s two largest pensions to divest an estimated $15 billion from oil and gas companies, a measure opposed by the funds’ managers.
An offshore wind energy project near Nantucket, Mass., was handed a win Thursday against fishing groups that have been trying to stop the project’s construction.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission must revisit multiple orders allowing work on the Mountain Valley Pipeline to resume, after an appeals court held Friday that the agency had inadequately explained its decision to skirt certain review related to the project’s sedimentation impact.
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With the UN’s International Civil Aviation Organization forecasting that aviation emissions could triple by 2050 from their 2015 level, some countries are taking action by outlawing short flights where rail is a viable alternative. Now the clock is ticking for the aviation industry to decarbonize or face further restrictions on its growth.
As global liquefied natural gas prices nosedive, traders are bracing for the possibility that US cargoes will be canceled in the coming months.
A series of high profile legal setbacks has some in the industry asking—is it still possible to build pipelines in America?
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