June 4, 2020

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  • Drillers in North Dakota’s Bakken shale are clashing with utilities over a request by Northern Border Pipeline that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approve limits on heat content of gas carried by the line to address safety concerns, with...
  • House Democrats Wednesday proposed a five-year, $494 billion transportation bill that earmarks $350 million annually for construction of electric vehicle charging and hydrogen fueling stations along “alternative fuel corridors” nationwide and also...
  • Continuing to seek Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval for its controversial capacity market overhaul, PJM Interconnection made a second compliance filing this week clarifying key features of the plan, including language assuring generators...
  • Continuing to prepare for an expected surge in license applications for advanced reactors, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced last week it has unanimously approved the use of a “new technology-inclusive, risk-informed, and performance-based...
  • In one of the most ambitious efforts by a U.S. utility to electrify its vehicle fleet, Exelon announced Wednesday its six electric and gas utilities will convert 30 percent of their fleets to electric vehicles by 2025 and 50 percent by 2030.The...