Gas Transmission Pipeline

First-ever Mandatory Cybersecurity Directive for Oil and Gas Pipelines Announces Tighter Regulations Coming | Baker

New cybersecurity requirements for oil and gas pipelines signal significant changes in the regulatory landscape for middleman companies. A new safety directive from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), effective May 28, 2021, requires immediate action and ongoing compliance protocols for certain energy companies. The Safety Directive also raises many new …

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Minnesota Court of Appeals Confirms Line 3RP Reviewed SIEF, Certificate of Need, and Highway License

“After six years of community engagement, environmental review, regulatory and legal review, it is good to see confirmation of previous decisions regarding the Line 3 replacement project,” said Vern Yu, Executive Vice President and President of Enbridge Liquids Pipelines. “From the outset, the project was aimed at improving the safety …

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Passaic County retreats in opposition

New York State has banned fracking for natural gas, but the line must carry the fracked gas into the state. Two weeks after the Tennessee Gas Pipeline‘s East 300 modernization project was blasted, the Passaic County Council of Commissioners on Tuesday withdrew a motion for a resolution opposing the affiliate …

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Oil spill reported on Crow Reserve

An oil spill of unknown size and duration has been reported on the Crow Indian Reservation, Montana Free Press reports. Richard Mylott, a spokesperson for Area 8 of the Environmental Protection Agency, said he understood the spill was from a collection line, a pipeline used to transport crude oil from …

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Gretchen Whitmer’s Pipeline War – WSJ

The cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline caused gasoline prices to skyrocket on the East Coast. But that doesn’t stop Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer from trying to shut down another crucial pipeline, regardless of the damage in the Midwest and Canada. Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 transports more than half a million …

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Rare FERC decision sparks heated debate over the commission’s role in assessing the climate impacts of pipelines

Dive brief: Federal energy regulatory commissioners reopened the debate on Thursday over whether federal regulators should take climate change into account when considering the environmental impacts of a pipeline project. The commissioners voted 3-2 to approve two pipeline projects proposed by the Northern Natural Gas Company in Minnesota and the …

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Hydrogen mixture now in SA houses

Australian Gas Networks (AGN) Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA), valued at $ 14.5 million, is now open and operational, integrating renewable hydrogen into part of its network. natural gas distribution based in Adelaide. The facility is owned by Australian Gas Networks (AGN) – part of the Australian Gas Infrastructure …

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Fittings for Gas and Water Transmission Systems Market Size, Key Player Analysis, Competitive Scenario, Opportunities, Development Status 2021-2026 | GF, Wavin, Friatec, GPS, Plasson piping systems, etc. – KSU

Gas-and-Water-Transport-Systems-Market-Fittings Latest research on Global Fittings for the gas and water transport systems market The report covers forecasting and analysis at the global, regional and national levels. The study provides historical information from 2016-2021 along with a forecast for 2021-2026 supported by both volume and revenue (USD Million). The whole …

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Prominent Area as Climate Policy: From Target to Potential Tool for Expanding Renewable Energy Projects | Husch Blackwell LLP

For renewable energy projects to gain traction on a larger scale in the United States, significant investments must be made in building the required underlying infrastructure, including a sustainable green grid across the country. Prominent area, the government’s right to expropriate private property for public purposes with fair compensation, has …

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Enbridge Federal Court Case Receives Broad Support from Government, Business and Workers in Michigan, Canada and Across the Region | state

CALGARY, AB and LANSING, Michigan, May 12, 2021 / CNW / – The government of Canada and entities representing hundreds of thousands of businesses and workers across the Great Lakes region United States and Canada demonstrated its support for Enbridge’s case in Federal Court over the Line 5 easement in …

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