As renewable energy increases, and with coal being phased out, landowners and environmental advocacy groups have begun to focus on pipeline development, concentrating on the “need” to account for downstream greenhouse gas...Read More
Author: Mark Lansing
Regardless of the State or the property being valued (personal or real) at an electric generation plant, the cost approach remains the predominant measure of value.Read More
With the proliferation of renewables (and the anticipated proliferation of energy storage), the impact on energy revenues is negative.Read More
As the recent decision in Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC v. Weymouth Conservation Commission illustrates, local units of government have limited options to foreclose the siting of natural gas pipelines and appurtenances. The...Read More
Although it granted Millennium Pipeline Co. LLC’s request, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) refused to overrule New York’s denial of a Clean Water Act (“CWA”) permit, rejecting Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC’s...Read More
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