Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

Critical Minerals:  DOE issued guidance this past week through its Loan Programs Office to help projects focused on expanding production of 35 listed Critical Minerals, formally referenced in two Executive Orders in 2016 and 2017. The minerals are defined as (i) […]

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The First Contractor

By Greg Sitek

http://howard-carter.blogspot.com/2016/09/genesis-1-creator-creation-and-us-part_19.html

In the beginning God created heaven and earth.

The earth was void and darkness was upon the face of the deep. The Spirit of God moved across waters. He said, “Let there be light.” With those three words the […]

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Transportation Infrastructure Update and Insight

By Greg Sitek

Lauren Schapker, vice president of legislative affairs, ARTBA reported that President Donald J. Trump Oct. 1 signed into law a one-year extension of federal highway, bridge, and public transportation programs in a package that also funds the entire federal government through Dec. […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

Out of paperclips: FERC staff likely went back and forth to Staples last week to restock their paperclip supply.  Two regulatory proceedings are burning up their mimeograph machines.  One is the proposed “Carbon Pricing in Organized Wholesale Electricity Markets,” issued on […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

Figuring it out: new fuel, new energy:  Last week DOE/FERC moved to expand the very limited list of what is a “qualifying facility” (QF) under federal energy legislation.  The expansion would include a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell system with an […]

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