Catch up on recent energy news from the Foster Report.
Senate Committee Approves Christie, Clements for FERC; Floor Vote Uncertain
In a brief meeting on White House nominees for the two open commissioner seats at FERC, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on November 18 approved Mark Christie and Allison Clements.
Biden Eyes Climate Change as a Priority, With Georgia Senate Races Undecided
Positioning on clean energy matters is in full swing in Washington, with advocates of renewable resources and fossil fuels congratulating President-elect Joe Biden and vowing to work with a new administration on energy issues.
Trump Names Danly Chairman at FERC, Putting Chatterjee as Swing Vote
A shakeup at FERC accompanied President Donald Trump’s arrival in Washington in 2017 and it is taking place again shortly after the election, with Trump on November 5 naming Commissioner James Danly as chairman.
Moves by Japan on Carbon, EU on Methane Put U.S. LNG Exporters on Alert
With U.S. LNG exports going to more countries, developments in Europe and Japan on emission issues have LNG exporters concerned about the potential for market disruptions.