FERC’s Glick Floats Long-Term GHG Mitigation Monitoring For Gas Projects

November 24, 2021
Correction Appended Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chairman Richard Glick (D) is weighing how the commission could conduct long-term monitoring of natural gas companies’ efforts to mitigate greenhouse gases from projects it approves, while acknowledging such a step would be an expansion from the commission’s prior role. “Generally, FERC has jurisdiction over the pipeline when it's being planned, when it's being constructed and a little bit afterwards,” Glick said near the conclusion of a Nov. 19 technical conference on...

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