Archive for posts tagged ‘cases’

Battle Over Fracking in Dallas Continues With Takings Lawsuit

The City of Dallas is facing a multi-million dollar lawsuit over the City’s refusal to authorize gas drilling by a company that had leased mineral rights on city property. The lawsuit—which alleges takings, fraud, and breach of contract claims—comes as the latest development in a seven-year saga over the status of urban gas drilling and… Full Story

D.C. Circuit Interprets Incentives for Natural Gas Storage Operators

The D.C. Circuit recently rejected an appeal that would have significantly expanded an incentive intended to spur the development of additional gas storage capacity.  The decision upholds a FERC interpretation and soundly preserves the contours of what was already a potentially generous exception to market regulation. The Nebraska-based Northern Natural Gas Company had appealed a 2010 FERC interpretation of… Full Story

Colorado River Agreement a Harbinger of Future Cooperation

The United States and Mexico have agreed to new rules governing the allocation of water from the Colorado River, in a move that comes as a result of increasing collaboration between the countries on water management issues and will likely lead the way to further joint efforts.  (Mary Kelly, from the Trans Pecos Water and Land Trust,… Full Story