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Pipeline Permitting: Interstate and Intrastate Natural Gas Permitting Processes Include Muliple Steps, and Time Frames Vary
Frank Rusco (au)
Recent growth in domestic natural gas production, particularly due to increased production from shale, requires an increase in the pipelines needed to transport that gas. Constructing natural gas pipelines requires clearing and maintaining rights-of-way, which may disturb habitat and historical and cultural resources. These resources are protected under a variety of federal, state, and local regulations implemented by multiple agencies. The Fed. Energy Regulatory Comm. (FERC) is the lead federal agency in approving interstate pipelines, coordinating with federal, state, and local agencies, but FERC is not involved in the approval of intrastate pipelines. This report determined (1) the processes necessary to acquire permits to construct interstate and intrastate natural gas pipelines; (2) information available on the time frames associated with the natural gas pipeline permitting process; and (3) stakeholder-identified management practices that may improve the permitting process. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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