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POLITICO New York Energy: Cuomo down on Indian Point; Maloney down on barges

10/04/2016 10:00 AM EDT

By David Giambusso and Scott Waldman

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ANTI-FRACKING GROUP ACCUSES CUOMO OF YIELDING TO PIPELINE LOBBYISTS - POLITICO New York's Scott Waldman: Though the Cuomo administration has publicly portrayed itself as aggressively cracking down on a pipeline now being constructed near the Indian Point nuclear center, it has quietly softened its actions behind closed doors after a lobbying blitz, a government transparency and anti-fracking advocacy group asserts. The Algonquin Incremental Market pipeline is being expanded from 26 inches in diameter to 42 inches and is located just a few dozen feet from the Indian Point power plant in Westchester County. After initially signing off on the pipeline, the administration decided it was too risky and in February four state agencies asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to temporarily stop construction so state officials could conduct an independent investigation to determine whether it poses a safety threat. However, FERC has not stopped the pipeline construction, even as concerned citizens in the area and environmental groups have raised concerns about safety issues, and it is expected to be operational within a few weeks.

CUOMO AGAIN CALLS FOR SHUTDOWN OF INDIAN POINT - POLITICO New York's Scott Waldman and Marie French: Gov. Andrew Cuomo donned his blue sweater and took to the Hudson River this weekend to make a familiar argument that the latest mishap at the Indian Point nuclear power plant was another example of why the plant should be shut down.

MALONEY FIGHTS HUDSON BARGES - POLITICO New York's Marie French: "U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney wants Congress to step in and block a proposal for new anchorages along the Hudson River."


--Robert Capers, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, and Judith Enck, the regional administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, announced a consent judgment Monday against a gasoline retailer accused of allowing fuel to leak from underground storage containers on Long Island.

--The city Department of Sanitation has named Justin Bland as its director of commercial waste zoning, which will involve overseeing a controversial plan to establish the zones for the city's private carting industry.

--A Queens gas leak prompted several evacuations.

--The New York Post editorial board asks if Gov. Andrew Cuomo is building a solar panel factory that will never open, since the equipment has yet to be ordered.

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CLIMATE STAKES IN 2016 - InsideClimate News' Marianne Lavelle: "Following the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the gulf between the candidates has never seemed deeper, perhaps most alarmingly so on climate change."

UTILITIES HELP DRAG DOWN MARKET - The Associated Press: "Stocks on Wall Street fell in light trading on Monday as investors dumped former darlings of the market: real estate companies and utilities."

UNIONS PRESS OBAMA TO APPROVE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE - The Hill's Timothy Cama: "Five trade unions are pushing President Obama to move forward with the Dakota Access pipeline. The unions say the decision last month to halt consideration of a federal permit for the project threatens the livelihoods of their 3.5 million members."

OBAMA SAYS GAS, NUCLEAR STILL NEEDED IN 'REAL WORLD' - POLITICO's Anthony Adragna: Natural gas and nuclear power as part of the nation's energy mix. Until the world develops the perfect zero emission energy source, "we've got to live in the real world," Obama said Monday at the South by South Lawn event. [federal Pro]

--At the same event, Leonardo DiCaprio said belief in climate change was a prerequisite for being president.

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GAS COMPANIES STILL STRUGGLING TO PAY BILLS - Bloomberg's Harvard Zhang: "The rally in energy prices may not have come soon enough to help some U.S. oil and gas producers, with Vanguard Natural Resources LLC joining the rapidly growing list of companies that can't pay their debts on time."

ANGER OVER FISH POISONING IN VIETNAM LINGERS - The New York Times' Mike Ives: "Six months after a chemical spill killed tons of fish and devastated fishing communities along Vietnam's central coast, anger over the episode is still raw, posing a challenge for a government that has struggled to address it."

IRAN MAKES OUT ON OPEC DEAL - Bloomberg's Anthony Dipaola and Hashem Kalantari: "Iran, fresh from an OPEC meeting where it won significant concessions from regional rival Saudi Arabia, will start the process of rejuvenating its sanctions-ravaged energy industry on Tuesday when the state oil company signs a new-model oil investment contract."

EARTH TO ADD TO CLIMATE WOES - The Washington Post's Chris Mooney: "The really scary thing about climate change is not that humans will fail to get their emissions under control. The really scary thing is that at some point, the Earth will take over and start adding even more emissions on its own."

TRUDEAU OUTLINES CARBON PRICING PLAN - The Wall Street Journal's Paul Vieira and Chester Dawson: "Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday unveiled a national carbon-pricing proposal, sparking an immediate clash with two of the country's resource-rich western provinces."


--Oil continued to rise Monday on OPEC optimism, The Wall Street Journal reports.

--Natural gas also picked up on fears of Hurricane Matthew, the Journal reports.

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