Pressed by Landrieu, DOE streamlines LNG export permitting to create more jobs, boost energy security
Today’s decision by the Department of Energy to streamline the permit approval process is a positive step forward to responsibly export America's abundant supply of natural gas.
Landrieu welcomes FERC meeting on Midla, calls on ArcLight to fulfill its responsibilities to the people of Louisiana
As Chair of the Senate Energy Committee, I will continue to pressure ArcLight to fulfill its responsibilities and ensure that Louisianians continue to have access to affordable natural gas, and that it is delivered through a safely functioning pipeline.
Landrieu presses FERC nominees on Midla Pipeline
ArcLight’s plans to abandon a pipeline that has served nine parishes in Northeast and Central Louisiana would effectively end affordable natural gas services to these parishes that are sparsely populated and relatively poor.
Landrieu Brings Senate Energy Committee to Toledo Bend Reservoir
U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., the chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, emphasized the job-creation potential of the Toledo Hydroelectric Project during a May 17 Committee field hearing at the Cypress Bend Conference Center.