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FERC quorum raises likelihood of pipeline approvals tied to LNG facilities

After waiting several months for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to gain a quorum, a handful of Louisiana pipeline projects, including three related to proposed natural gas export facilities, are expected to easily win approval.

FERC regained enough members for a voting quorum in mid-August. But the commission has a backlog of hundreds of applications. The energy-related projects alone carry an estimated cost of $50 billion.

David Dismukes, executive director of the LSU Center for Energy Studies, said the FERC quorum means the LNG pipelines will continue to move forward…


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