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FERC Initiates Review of 1999 Policy Governing Certifications of Pipelines

Query reflects concerns from environmentalists and landowners, among others

Chatterjee Says FERC Could Have Better Handled Removal of Pipeline Tax Benefit

McIntyre, FERC chairman, says agency “had no choice” due to court order but will process requests for a rehearing

Hydrogen Cars Aren’t the Hindenburg, and Other Marketing Hurdles for Toyota’s Mirai

As it bets on fuel cell technology, automaker faces consumer misconceptions, lack of fueling stations

2017 Rollback of Obama-Era Energy Rules Expected to Continue Into New Year

Energy industry also likely to keep close eye on trade-related negotiations and decisions in 2018

Green Initiatives by U.S. Companies Aren’t Registering With Most Consumers

But young adults are more aware of renewable energy purchases by certain corporations

House Lawmakers to Explore Unifying Auto Emissions Standards

Energy and Commerce joint subcommittee hearing to examine opportunities to harmonize 3 different measures

Renewable Fuel Decision Unlikely to Please Supporters, Opponents

The EPA's decision is likely to be similar to a July proposal lowering volume requirements

Senate Minority Whip to Meet With Zinke After Hold on Interior Nominees

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), other Democrats are unhappy about potential move to shrink national monuments

Key GOP Senator Pushing to Add Carbon Capture Provision in Senate Tax Measure

Most U.S. Voters Oppose Fee Hikes for National Parks

National Park Service wants to increase fees at popular parks to help pay for $11 billion maintenance backlog