• May. 23 2017

    Standoff at Dawn: ETP, Enbridge and TransCanada Look to Clear Regulatory Hurdles

    Winter 2017 was set to be one of momentous change for the Dawn Hub. Historically, it has been one of the few outlets for gas from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Despite the proximity of the Dawn Hub to the…


  • May. 1 2017

    Litigating Construction Notices: “Opportunities Multiply as They’re Seized”

    The primary objective of natural gas pipeline project opponents is to attempt to delay each decision necessary to authorize construction, with the hope that even if such challenges are not ultimately successful, the cumulative effect will be to doom a…


  • Apr. 14 2017

    A Win-Win? Early In-Service

    The end of March saw two natural gas pipelines authorized to commence service by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), demonstrating that despite the lack of quorum, some projects continue to progress. American Midstream’s Natchez Pipeline Project and Energy Transfer’s…


  • Apr. 3 2017

    Misery Loves Company – Natural Gas Storage Facilities

    The natural gas pipeline industry is not the only segment of the gas sector recently subject to challenging market conditions, new regulatory hurdles, and litigation. Natural gas storage facilities, formerly a sleepy industry and market backstop, may be incurring additional…


  • Mar. 20 2017

    For Whom the Bell Tolls – Orders Granting Rehearing

    Decisions made at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regarding natural gas pipelines are often contentious, and interested parties opposed to a certificate order must be strategic in their approach. Over the past several weeks, opponents to major projects, ranging…

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