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- Bearish Storage Miss Sees Natural Gas Futures Continue Slide; Cash Mixed
- FERC Ends Income Tax Allowance Cost Recovery in MLP Pipeline Rates
- FERC NOPR Addresses Income Tax Rate Changes for Pipelines, Electric Utilities
- FERC Reinstates Certificates For Trio of Southeast NatGas Pipelines
- Mexico Project Development Keyed to U.S. Natural Gas Imports
- Tellurian Eyeing More Onshore Natural Gas Prospects to Feed LNG Exports
- Shale Country Pennsylvania Seat Awaits Official Winner in Lamb, Saccone Race
- Statoil Kicking ‘Oil’ From Name, Rebranding as ‘Equinor’
- EQT CEO Abruptly Resigns, Citing ‘Personal Reasons’
- Natural Gas Futures Drop as EIA Storage Stats a Slightly Bearish Miss
- FPL Moving Ahead with Natural Gas-Fired, Solar Power Plans
- Rover Again Ordered to Halt Work in West Virginia on Stormwater Violations
- April Natural Gas Called Higher as Market Awaits EIA Storage
- Brief -- Rex Energy Sale
- Late March Seen Milder, Prompting Natural Gas Futures Retreat; Spot Market Down Too
A divided FERC on Wednesday reinstated certification for a trio of Southeast natural gas pipelines, disappointing environmental groups that had previously convinced a federal appeals court that the Commission had failed to adequately consider the impact of greenhouse gas emissions.
In a series of votes Thursday, FERC addressed changes in income tax rates for natural gas pipeline companies, electric transmission and master limited partnerships.
FERC said Thursday it will no longer allow master limited partnership interstate natural gas and oil pipelines to recover income tax allowances in cost of service rates.