An Ohio city’s arguments that U.S. energy regulators should redo its analysis—for a second time—of an already-built natural gas pipeline that exports some natural gas to Canada fell flat with a panel of federal judges on Friday.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit appeared unconvinced the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission erred in finding benefits from
The $2 billion, built by Enbridge and
FERC found evidence of need when it certified the project in 2017, ...