In one of their first major decisions on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), President Trump’s newly appointed commissioners Neil Chatterjee and Rob Powelson approved the controversial NEXUS natural gas pipeline.
Nexus wants to use eminent domain to ram a pipeline through Michigan and Ohio — and you to help pay for it.
Pipeline company and landowners sue in eminent domain case.
The city filed appeals with the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s appeals board on Tuesday
Pipeline gets green light to use one of two mainlines as construction continues.
Order clears the way for gas transmission across parts of Stark and Summit counties.
Source: FERC approves NEXUS pipeline
FERC ORDER ISSUING NEXUS CERTIFICATE AND GRANTING ABANDONMENT
“It is inequitable to allow NEXUS to cherry pick beneficial state statutes to circumvent FERC’s procedure and federal law.”
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President Donald Trump has chosen a longtime aide to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a state utility regulator to serve on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission