After ‘Drama,’ Glick Again Seeks Pipeline GHG ‘Significance’ Framework

May 20, 2021
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chairman Richard Glick is renewing his call for the panel to develop a framework for assessing if the greenhouse gases from a natural gas pipeline have a “significant” effect on climate change after “drama” at a FERC meeting in which commissioners fought over two pipeline approvals. “You can’t stick your head in the sand and ignore climate change when you’re considering the emissions from these projects,” Glick said during a media briefing following the commission’s...

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