In the news today…
- Washington Examiner reports FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee said communities, including fossil fuel communities, need to adapt as market forces change the energy industry.
- WEVV reports Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is more concerned with grid reliability and costs to ratepayers than coal mine closures.
- Argus reports Millennium Bulk Terminals has lost another appeal in the effort to open a coal terminal in Washington state.
- E&E Greenwire reports a federal judge sided with the Trump administration on reinstating two federal mineral leases necessary for the controversial Twin Metals copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
- Mining.com reports Rise Gold announced that there were no significant environmental impacts linked to reopening the Idaho-Maryland gold mine in California.