Diminishing consumer demand coupled with more affordable renewables are casting doubt on the overall feasibility and potential profitability of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Construction of the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast pipelines has been halted for now. It’s time to stop them for good.
The latest draft study from DOE looking at the economic impacts of LNG exports is full of author bias and lacks credibility.
As G20 energy ministers met in Argentina last week, the fossil gas agenda contradicted the stated commitment on climate of all but one member.
The abuses, risks and climate pollution of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline have a clear set of financiers, led by the nation’s largest commercial bank, Bank of America.
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A recent critique of our GHG analysis for the proposed Jordan Cove LNG export plant is replete with baseless conjecture.
This briefing outlines compelling reasons for investors to question whether TransCanada should proceed with Keystone XL given various obstacles facing its construction and commercially viable operation, and suggests questions institutional financiers may wish to ask TransCanada.
This new investor briefing examines the current state of the Keystone XL pipeline and the legal, regulatory, and political obstacles that its owner TransCanada continues to face.
The proposed Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and Pacific Connector pipeline would be a substantial source of climate pollution for decades to come. This briefing provides an estimate of the project lifecycle emissions and provides the climate rational for rejecting the proposed project.