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Energy Transfer Calls $20M FERC Fine ‘Outrageous’


Law360 (June 22, 2021, 2:51 PM EDT) — The “outrageous” $20 million fine that Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff proposes to levy against Energy Transfer Partners LP for demolishing an allegedly historic building while constructing the $4.2 billion Rover pipeline project “displays a reckless disregard for the law and facts,” the company has said.Energy Transfer and Rover Pipeline LLC did not need to protect the house, FERC enforcement staff’s emphasis on the building’s “historic” nature “is pure sophistry,” and there was no attempt to deceive FERC, the companies said Monday in an objection to FERC’s recommended penalty. Plus, the roughly 170-year-old Stoneman House at issue in Ohio was…

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2021-06-22 13:51:00

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