Following the release of our report on how proposed gas pipelines will fleece ratepayers, Dominion Energy in particular trotted out some tired old talking points. Even when these were fresh they didn’t stand up to scrutiny.
As clean energy accelerates, it’s time regulators stepped up to protect ratepayers from rip-off gas pipelines.
With public hearings beginning today in Lincoln, Nebraska, we look at why the Nebraska PSC should be considering whether the pipeline is really needed.
In response, Lorne Stockman, Senior Research Analyst at Oil Change International released the following statement:
With refinery exports booming, the Gulf Coast awash in oil and oil companies ditching the tar sands, the energy security case for Keystone XL is more spurious than ever.
Our new analysis finds that the controversial PennEast Pipeline for fracked gas could contribute as much greenhouse gas pollution as 14 coal-fired power plants or 10 million passenger vehicles.
As part of a series of briefings on proposed Appalachian gas pipelines, Oil Change International’s new analysis finds that the PennEast Pipeline would result in the emissions equivalent the 14 coal plants, or 10 million passenger vehicles.
What unites Democrats and Republicans from three states that signed a letter supporting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline? Hundreds of thousands in campaign money.
A look at today’s oil market exposes the hollow rhetoric surrounding the Keystone XL project. The project would exacerbate a supply glut at Cushing and is clearly not needed.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has been using alternative facts to assess the climate impact of gas pipelines. We set the record straight with new briefings on the impact of the proposed Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast pipelines.