Time-varying rates from the get-go – not just by opt-in.
New England’s proposed capacity market reform would force generators to ‘Be There or Else.’
When one age ends, another begins.
Dominion received word from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) that the agency will issue its environmental assessment for the Dominion Cove Point LNG liquefaction and export project on May 15. The proposed export facility will be within the 131-acre footprint of the LNG import facility. No new pipelines, storage tanks or piers are needed at the facility. The company needs about 50 permits and approvals before construction can begin.
How EPA can establish a U.S. GHG Program for the Electricity Sector.
Time-tested cost recovery mechanisms provide stable funding for infrastructure replacement.
Fortnightly’s Executive Roundtable considers industry options and risks.
Federal regulators approved construction of Columbia Gas Transmission’s (Columbia) line MB extension natural gas system modernization project in Baltimore County and Harford County, Maryland. The certificate of public convenience and necessity, issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, instructs Columbia to move forward with the 21.3-mile pipeline and begin construction in 2014.
How state-sponsored planning can fit with FERC’s capacity markets.
The experts do battle over capacity market design.