EU Warns U.S. of Possible Reprisal Over Russia-Sanctions Law
The European Union warned that it could retaliate again
Court rejects 2015 EPA biofuels waivers
A federal court on Friday rejected an Environmental Pro
Reed Smith Adds Former FERC Commissioner Colette D. Honorable and Schiff Hardin Energy Chair Regina Speed-Bost to Market-Leading Global Energy & Natural Resources Industry Group
Global law firm Reed Smith LLP today announced the addition of Colette D. Honorable, former commissioner of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and Regina Y.
NERC: Cyberattacks a top risk for grids
While traditional grid resiliency continues to grow, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation says there is a growing threat that cyberattacks could be used to cause
Enviros press FERC for full probe of ETP $4.2 billion pipeline
Environmentalists on June 21 urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to launch a full enforcement investigation into Energy Transfer Partners LP over drilling fluid leaks
Utility CEOs to DOE: Hands off state energy policies, grid planning
The leaders of some of the nation’s largest investor-owned utilities have a message for President Trump and his Department of Energy: Stay out of our grid planning.
FERC: Southern California power supply at risk this summer
Natural gas constraints in Southern California could pose a risk to the region's power supply this summer, while New England and Texas could face tight electricity supplies, the