FERC Must Consider GHG Impact of Pipelines, DC Circuit Rules August 24, 2017By Rich Heidorn Jr.FERC must consider the impact of greenhouse gas emissions when licensing natural gas pipelines, a split D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled. | Sabal Trail Transmission Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know?Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic:FERC Chair: Court Ruling Won’t Change Pipeline ReviewsA court ruling requiring FERC to consider the impact of greenhouse gas emissions won’t have a “significant” impact on the agency’s licensing of natural gas pipelines, Chairman Neil Chatterjee said. | Duke EnergyDem Dissents Show FERC Divide on CarbonDemocratic FERC Commissioners Cheryl LaFleur and Richard Glick have split with the Republican majority over its refusal to consider emissions in two pipeline orders. | Sabal Trail TransmissionDC Circuit Upholds FERC Ruling in PURPA DisputeThe D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to overturn a FERC decision requiring Portland General Electric to purchase the full output of an Oregon wind power project under PURPA.