Results tagged “Energy”

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 20, 2013

Summers withdraws from Fed consideration, Representatives introduce bill to extend FDA authority, and more...

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 13, 2013

GAO report finds USDA needs better data on certain procedures, OSHA publishes proposed silica rule, and more...

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 6, 2013

Administration extends veterans benefits to same-sex couples, CFPB releases report on credit reporting, and more...

The Regulatory Week in Review: August 30, 2013

HHS issues guidance on same-sex couples' Medicare benefits, OSHA proposes silica rule, and more...

The Regulatory Week in Review: July 5, 2013

Administration accommodates religious groups, Treasury announces delay of employer mandates, and more.

The Regulatory Week in Review: June 28, 2013

Obama releases climate change plan, Supreme Court finds DOMA unconstitutional, and more...

The Regulatory Week in Review: June 21, 2013

Supreme Court allows FTC continue suit, SEC may seek admissions of guilt, and more...

The Regulatory Week in Review: May 31, 2013

Agencies increase health-contingent health plan reward, EPA issues rule for alternate contaminated water tests, and more.

Draft Bill Would Limit EPA Rulemaking Power

Proposal would require Energy Department to review EPA regulations costing more than $1 billion.

Which Federal Agency Can Police Futures Markets?

Federal appeals court holds that CFTC has exclusive regulatory authority over energy futures markets.

EPA Proposes to Increase Fuel Ethanol Content Standards

Despite criticisms, proposed 2013 biofuel requirements remain high.

Improving the Regulation of Offshore Oil Drills

Economist proposes creating a new regulatory regime for the offshore drilling industry.

The Inextricable Nexus of Energy and Water Resources

GAO advocates coordinated regulation of water and energy sectors.

FERC Proposes Rule to Improve the Reliability of the Power Grid

Proposed rule intended to enhance power grid's ability to withstand solar storms.

Presidential Candidates Spar Over Role for Regulation

In debate, Obama and Romney disagree on how much regulation is needed.

Department of Energy Announces Solar Energy Investments

DOE seeks to invest in technologies to make solar energy more cost-effective.

Ryan's Record on Regulation

Presumptive Republican veep nominee has proposed cutting agency funding and deregulating industries.

From Food to Fracking: Guar Gum and International Regulation

Indian guar gum regulation may impact fracking.

Congressional Hearing Highlights EPA Oversight of Hydraulic Fracturing

House subcommittee hears economic and health arguments about fracking.

Hydrokinetics: Generating Power from Water

Congress and FERC act to promote the development of hydrokinetic power.