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FERC Faces Growing Pressure To Review Gas Pipelines’ GHG Impacts

Federal energy regulators are under increasing pressure to conduct broad greenhouse gas and climate reviews when approving natural gas infrastructure, with a recent appellate court ruling rejecting many of the officials’ arguments for sidestepping such analysis even though the court upheld a pair of permit approvals on procedural grounds.

The Trump administration’s plan to roll back Obama-era vehicle greenhouse gas and fuel economy standards is drawing increasing controversy -- and scrutiny -- as officials struggle to complete the measure in time to meet its self-imposed deadline.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) is citing the state’s aggressive efforts to curb greenhouse gases and climate change as key arguments in his office’s opposition to a draft federal environmental impact statement (EIS) for a plan that would allow new oil and gas leases to be issued in California for the first time since 2013.

WILMINGTON, DE -- The Ozone Transport Commission (OTC) of 12 Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states is urging EPA to accelerate its development of a tougher limit for ozone-forming nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions for new heavy-duty trucks, seeing the rule as vital to the region’s efforts to attain federal ozone air standards.