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10/07 2:56 pm

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has told the Fifth Circuit that expert biologists conducted a reasonable review of the risks a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in Texas poses to an endangered ocelot before issuing permits, despite environmentalists’ claims to the contrary. …Read Full Article

Source: Law360 Environmental Texas

10/06 7:56 pm

Houston-area homeowners who are suing the San Jacinto River Authority alleging their floodwater management actions during Hurricane Harvey constitutes a taking of their property should have their claims dismissed because there’s no remedy available to them under the law, the Texas Supreme Court was told in oral arguments Tuesday. …Read Full Article

Source: Law360 Environmental Texas

10/06 6:26 pm

Exxon Mobil Corp. wants Texas’ highest court to allow it to dig into suspicions that several California counties, cities and government officials conspired to pin the blame for climate change-related infrastructure damage on the oil giant and its peers. …Read Full Article

Source: Law360 Environmental Texas

10/05 8:16 pm

A Texas federal judge rejected a steel mill’s argument that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers improperly issued a permit for a gas pipeline that will cross the business’ property, refusing to block construction because the permit was likely properly issued. …Read Full Article

Source: Law360 Environmental Texas

10/05 4:06 pm

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday strove to clarify both the murky legal issues and real-world impact of Texas’ argument that New Mexico should not be allowed to reduce the amount of river water to be delivered to the Lone Star state based on how much evaporated from a reservoir. …Read Full Article

Source: Law360 Environmental Texas

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