"The bottom line is that our supply chain is not nearly as resilient as we once thought."
Posts published in “Infrastructure and Public Services”
"If a project does serve a public need, landowners should be treated fairly for the involuntary seizure of their property."
A recent ruling by FERC led to a PSC decision that has forced Spire into a new rate case after the current rate structure went into effect on Dec. 23.
A recent congressionally mandated report by the National Weather Service (NWS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has found that many states, including Missouri, have gaps between their radar sites, causing delays in weather reporting or allowing for inaccurate data.
The commission also approved a review of a company's compliance with natural gas safety rules.
On April, Rep. David Gregory is bringing two of the nation’s leading experts in protecting the grid from attacks to testify before the Special Committee on Government Accountability.
Patricia Jo Boyers, a Missouri cable industry veteran, has been selected to join the Cable Hall of Fame’s Class of 2022.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, who is running for governor in 2024, has been endorsed by the Fire Fighter Association of Missouri.
"We will not rest until meaningful safeguards are in place to protect landowners in the path of Grain Belt Express and similar projects."