Pipeline companies detail case against EPA gas turbines rule

June 21, 2022
Pipeline services companies The Williams Companies and TransCanada are outlining issues they intend to raise in their challenge to EPA’s March 9 rule lifting a years-long stay on formaldehyde emissions limits for certain types of stationary gas turbines, including those used to transmit gas along pipelines. In a June 17 statement of issues the companies say they intend to examine “whether EPA acted arbitrarily, capriciously, or in a manner otherwise contrary to law when promulgating the Final Rule while simultaneously...

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