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Farmland Energy Legal Podcast

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This is the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, brought to you by the Center for Agricultural and Shale Law. This podcast was created to keep you in the know on current events and legal developments relating to energy development in rural America.
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AgriLand.ie is the largest digital news publisher in the agricultural sector in Ireland. Established in 2013 our aim is to bring together in one online resource all the information, news and services required by people involved in the agricultural and farming sectors in Ireland.
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Avery McLean, a recent graduate of Penn State Law and a former Research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State. Avery gives us an update on agrivoltaics: a large-scale solar development practice that combines solar energy generation with agricultural pr…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Victoria Dutterer, a second-year student at Penn State Law and a Research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State. Victoria gives us a brief history of artificial intelligence, how it has been used in agriculture over the past 40 years, and recent develo…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Mary Johnson, a second-year student at Penn State Law and a Research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State. Mary gives us an introduction to the foundations of wind farms and wind power, the potential benefits of using wind power, how farmers can start…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Josh Narey, a second-year student at Penn State Law and a Research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State. Josh speaks about the methane production process in manure on farms, and how methane can be used as a renewable energy source. We also talk about …
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Lonzie Helmes, a second-year student at Penn State Law and a Research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State. Lonzie gives us an introduction to hydrogen, how it can be used to replace current fertilizer processes, and recent developments in how the U.S…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Kole Zellers, a second-year student at Penn State Law and a Research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State. Kole gives us an introduction to the uses of anaerobic digestion and how it can be utilized for both energy and fertilization on farmland and ho…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Avery McLean, a second-year student at Penn State Law and a Research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State, for the second of a two-part introduction to carbon pricing programs and agriculture. In this episode, we address specific questions that farmer…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Avery McLean, a second-year student at Penn State Law and a research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State, for the first of a two-part introduction to Carbon Pricing Programs and agriculture. In this discussion, Avery introduces us to the basics of ca…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined again by Al Jones, a third-year student at Penn State Law and a research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State, who give us an overview of the use of wood burning as a source of energy, and how it can be utilized on farms. We discuss how the environmental…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Al Jones, a third-year student at Penn State Law and a research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State, who gives us an overview of hydropower energy. We discuss the history of hydropower energy, current usage of hydropower, and how it can be used by fa…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Al Jones, a third-year student at Penn State Law and a research Assistant at the Center Agricultural and Shale Law at Penn State, who gives us an overview of geothermal energy. We discuss how geothermal energy production, how it can be used by farms, and government involvement i…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, Research Specialist Chloe Marie joins staff attorney Jackie Schweichler to talk about Environmental Rights Amendments. We discuss what they are, state action, case law, and the effect on land use regulation. Guest: Chloe Marie, Research Specialist Host: Jackie Schweichler, Staff Attorney Follow …
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, Research Specialist Chloe Marie joins staff attorney Jackie Schweichler to discuss pipeline security including cybersecurity and legislation relating to critical infrastructure. Chloe provides some background on states that have adopted critical infrastructure legislation to address pipeline pro…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, Research Specialist Chloe Marie joins staff attorney Jackie Schweichler to discuss the Keystone XL Pipeline. Chloe provides some history of the project and then discusses the various permit authorizations and rescisions that have occured during the past few years. Guest: Chloe Marie, Research Sp…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, Research Specialist Chloe Marie joins staff attorney Jackie Schweichler to discuss the Delaware River Basin Commission and the regulation of natural gas development within the Basin. Chloe provides a background on the DRBC rulemaking process as well as recent proposed changes and lawsuits. Guest…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, Research Assistant Deke Dieken joins staff attorney Jackie Schweichler to discuss pipeline easements and the case, United States Forest Service v. Cowpasture River Preservation Association. In this case, the Supreme Court takes a close look at the Appalacian Trail and whether the U.S. Forest Ser…
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In this episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, Research Specialist Chloe Marie joins staff attorney Jackie Schweichler to talk about the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). First, Chloe gives us a general overview of the RFS. After that, we dive into the specifics of the hardship exemption from Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) Volume Obligations (RV…
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In this inaugural episode of the Farmland Energy Legal Podcast, we are joined by Research Specialist Chloe Marie who gives us an overview of agrivoltaics. We discuss how agrivoltaics can be used to combine solar panels and farmland to improve land productivity by allowing farmers to simultaneously grow produce and create energy. Guest: Chloe Marie,…
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This week's appellate-focused episode covers the D.C. Appellate Court vacating an EPA rule, the D.C. Appellate Court pausing a case regarding the carbon dioxide and fuel economy standards, and the Second Circuit Appellate Court dismissing a complaint regarding global warming and large oil companies. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Er…
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This week's episode covers a New Mexico Commission passing a rule which implemented new natural gas venting and flaring requirements, a Colorado Court granting the BLM's voluntary remand of their resource management plan, and the PA Supreme Court's ruling regarding landowners of Natural Gas leases and the PA Consumer Protection Law. Host: Sara Jenk…
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This week's episode covers an appeals court denying review of a FERC order regarding a natural gas pipeline, FERC authorizing a pipeline replacement project and making findings on greenhouse gas emissions, and FERC denying a request for rehearing regarding the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberma…
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This week's episode covers a court decision regarding the Mountain Valley Pipeline's Southgate Project, a motion to intervene in the lawsuit regarding the ban on fracking in the Delaware River Basin, FERC issuing an Environmental Assessment for the East Lateral XPress Project, and a report indicating the ban on oil and gas leasing on federal lands …
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This week's episode covers an update from the PA Natural Gas Production Report, the PA Attorney General settles a lawsuit against Chesapeake Energy, a California City bans construction of new gas stations and expansions of fossil fuel uses at existing stations, and an Ohio District Court enjoining surface disturbing activities in the Wayne National…
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This week's episode covers the Tenth Circuit's latest decision relating to WOTUS, a Settlement Agreement that will allow the Revolution Pipeline to move forward, and court penalties issued against Exxon Mobile for violations of the Clean Air Act. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberman, Research Assistant For a print versio…
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This week's episode covers an update about the Mountain Valley Pipeline, the ban on fracking in the Delaware River Basin, an international oil spill, and state reactions to the executive order suspending fracking. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberman, Research Assistant For a print version, see the Shale Law Weekly Revie…
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This week's episode covers the 2019 draft guidance for GHG emissions, the EPA granting emergency waivers in Texas, and a study about songbirds and natural gas compressor noises. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberman, Research Assistant For a print version, see the Shale Law Weekly Review. Follow us on Twitter @AgShaleLaw …
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This week's episode covers a withdrawal of certain Department of Justice policies, the Enbridge 3 Pipeline Project, the Arctic Drilling Rule, and the Federal Royalty Rule. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberman, Research Assistant For a print version, see the Shale Law Weekly Review. Follow us on Twitter @AgShaleLaw Like u…
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This week's episode covers the PennEast's eminent domain issue, FERC allowing additional briefing on construction under the Natural Gas Act, the Enbridge energy line replacement, the Seattle City 2018 Energy Code, a delay with the effective date of the Migratory Bird Rule, and the Treasury Bureau delaying publishing a rule that could affect the Oil…
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This week's episode covers a court decision regarding the Dakota Access Pipeline, an Executive Order suspending some oil and natural gas leases, and GM pledging to be carbon neutral by 2040. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberman, Research Assistant For a print version, see the Shale Law Weekly Review. Follow us on Twitter…
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This week's episode covers more news about Keystone XL, the BLM suspending some leasing and permitting, the Mountain Valley Pipeline, and two updates about Small Refinery Exemptions, Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberman, Research Assistant For a print version, see the Shale Law Weekly Review for January 15, 2021. Follow …
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This week's episode covers an update about the Keystone XL pipeline, news from the Texas Railroad Commission, changes to the Virginia NWP 12 permitting, and Congressional approval for pipeline safety spending. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research Assistant Editor: Erin M. Lieberman, Research Assistant For a print version, see the Shale Law Weekly Review fo…
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This week's episode covers proposed amendments to the Railroad Commission of Texas' flaring rules, a proposed rule to amend federal oil and gas royalty regulations, final rules amending EPA's New Source Performance Standards, and North Carolina denial of a water quality certification for the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Host: Sara Jenkins, Research As…
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This week's episode covers a decision by a Colorado District Court, dismissing a lawsuit challenging an air quality emissions regulation which affected oil and gas producers; the issuance of a notice of intent to prepare a SEIS for the Mountain Valley Pipeline; FERC's issuance of a notice of availability on the Environmental Assessment for the Penn…
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This week's Shale Law Podcast covers national energy policy updates including a final rule from the EPA revising the agency's permit appeal process, a proposed policy update from the BLM for oil and gas measurement and site security, Notice of a Final Policy issued by the DOE extending natural gas export authorizations through 2050, and a municipal…
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This week the Shale Law Podcast covers a rule by the Bureau of Land Management revising natural gas venting and flaring requirements, the Louisiana State Court of Appeal's decision on the Bayou Bridge Pipeline project, OSHA guidance on COVID-19 for workers in the oil and gas field, the BIA's issuance of a Notification of Trespass Determination for …
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The Shale Law Podcast for this week reviews an administrative stay, temporarily halting the shutdown of the Dakota Access Pipeline; a Final Rule from the U.S. Council on Environmental Quality updating procedural provisions in NEPA; a grant awarded to the New Mexico Environmental Department to support its underground oil storage tank program; FERC's…
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This week The Shale Law Podcast covers a new development regarding the Army Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permit 12 for pipeline approvals, the ordered shut down of the Dakota Access Pipeline, an order granting approval for Jordan Cove Energy Project L.P. to export LNG from its Coos Bay terminal in Oregon, a ruling from the Court of Appeals for the…
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This week's episode covers three pipeline developments; a Temporary Restraining Order issued by the Michigan Circuit Court, halting operations of both East and West lines of the Enbridge Line 5 Pipeline; a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that FERC could not use tolling orders to eliminate judicial review of …
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This week the Shale Law Podcast reviews a FERC authorization order for a Mountain Valley Pipeline extension project, a move by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit vacating an injunction placed on the Keystone XL pipeline, the Michigan Court of Appeals affirming a summary judgment ruling on Enbridge Energy's Line 5 pipeline, and guidance…
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This week's podcast highlights a Memorandum issued by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to expedite environmental reviews on lands in the National Forrest System, a Louisiana bill which would have amended definitions and penalties for unauthorized entry into a critical infrastructure, a Supreme Court opinion allowing the issuance of a permit for pi…
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This week's podcast discusses a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit regarding PHMSA and the Enbridge Line 5 Pipeline, an Executive Order by President Trump to accelerate energy infrastructure projects, a Final Rule issued by FERC for natural gas projects approved under the Natural Gas Act, and a bill out of Oklahoma which cl…
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This week the podcast reviews an order by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit which declined to stay an order that enjoined the use of Nationwide Permit 12 for the construction of new oil and gas pipelines, an EPA issuance of a final rule regarding CWA Section 401 certification, two cases out of Pennsylvania which deal with oil and gas …
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This week's podcast discusses a new project approved by FERC for the construction and operation of LNG export facilities, a ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana invalidating several oil and gas leases on federal lands' ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit allowing two global warming cases filed against …
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This week's podcast covers how New York denied a water quality permit for the NESE pipeline project, the end to a rent hiatus for solar and wind companies, and royalty rate cuts by the BLM for oil and gas producers on public land. This week's host: Research Assistant, Sara Jenkins Editor: Kaela Gray Music is “Caazapá (Aire Popular Paraguayo)” by Ed…
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In this week's episode we will cover the Department of Energy's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for changes to NEPA implementing procedures, the ability for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to issue Nationwide Permit 12 after the court previously enjoining the Corps until they complied with the Endangered Species Act, the state of Washington's vapor …
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