What’s the issue? Twenty-five U.S. senators sent a letter to Chairman Glick expressing their concern that FERC was delaying action on pipeline projects while it reconsidered its certificate policy statement. Chairman Glick strategically waited to respond until FERC had acted on two very small projects at this month’s open meeting. Then just yesterday, Chairman Glick had staff issue notices of intent to prepare full ...
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