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Liquefied Natural Gas 101

GuideUnited States, InternationalBrian Palmer
What is it? Why is it? And what does it mean for the climate?

Keystone XL Case Documents

Legal filingsCanada, United States, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska
NRDC and our partners sued the Trump administration three times, preventing every illegal attempt to ram the Keystone XL project through. These are some of the documents associated with our cases.

Stories from the Frontlines of Global LNG Build-Out at COP28

OverviewInternational, United StatesMima Holt, Jamie Lee

NRDC invited key local partners from developing regions and grassroots leaders together to underscore the significant climate, health, and equity impacts of LNG infrastructure expansion. 

BOEM Call for Information - Comments (PDF)

Comments
A coalition of environmental non-governmental organizations , including NRDC, commented on the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM) request for information and nominations for areas to consider for offshore oil and gas leasing in the Gulf of Mexico under the...

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s Proposed Regulations - Comments (PDF)

Comments
A coalition of environmental non-governmental organizations , including NRDC, commented on the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s proposed regulations, which would increase requirements for companies to pay supplemental financial assurances to cover the costs of decommissioning offshore oil and gas...

NRDC Letter to Federal Officials on Mountain Valley Pipeline (PDF)

Letters
NRDC and 25 environment and public interest groups sent a letter on June 22, 2023 to leaders of key federal agencies urging them to impose the highest possible safety and environmental standards available for construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline...

Waiting Game: How the Interconnection Queue Threatens Renewable Development in PJM

ReportUnited States, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, D.C.Dana Ammann
New NRDC analysis has found that even under recent reforms, the country’s largest grid operator is unlikely to approve new renewable projects quickly enough to meet even mandatory minimum state standards.

The EPA’s Power Plant Carbon Rules Can Be Built to Last

Issue BriefUnited StatesLissa Lynch, David Doniger

The EPA has a firm legal basis for strong power sector standards that will accelerate the sector’s ongoing reduction of carbon pollution and help meet the urgent threat of climate change