High Court won’t stay Axing Spire pipeline permit decision


By Morgan Conley (Oct. 15, 2021, 5:44 p.m. EDT) – The United States Supreme Court on Friday dismissed pipeline operator Spire’s request for the High Court to stay a DC Circuit order revoking a key permit for the 286 million dollar now completed, 65 mile pipeline serving the St. Louis area.

Chief Justice John Roberts has dismissed an application by Spire STL Pipeline and Spire Missouri, its affiliated gas utility, to have the High Court prevent a DC Circuit order revoking a key permit for the pipeline from coming into effect, has Supreme Court Information Officer Kara Tershel said. in an email Friday.

Scott Smith, President of Spire STL, and Scott Carter, the …

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