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 Bill Status of SB1916  103rd General Assembly

Short Description:  UTIL-MORATORIUM CO2 PIPE

Senate Sponsors
Sen. Steve McClure - Rachel Ventura and Sally J. Turner

Last Action
DateChamber Action
  3/10/2023SenateRule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments

Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
New Act

Synopsis As Introduced
Creates the Safety Moratorium on Carbon Dioxide Pipelines Act. Provides that no certificate of authority for the construction and operation of a pipeline intended for transportation of carbon dioxide shall be issued by the Illinois Commerce Commission before the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has adopted its revised federal safety standards for transportation of carbon dioxide. Provides that any application for a certificate of authority to construct and operate a pipeline intended for transportation of carbon dioxide currently pending before the Commission shall be held in abeyance, without prejudice, until the completion of PHMSA's rulemaking and the issuance of its new safety standards for carbon dioxide pipelines or the expiration of the temporary moratorium. Provides that the temporary moratorium will expire 2 years after the Act becomes effective or upon the adoption of PHMSA's new safety standards for carbon dioxide pipelines, whichever happens first. Effective immediately.

DateChamber Action
  2/9/2023SenateFiled with Secretary by Sen. Steve McClure
  2/9/2023SenateFirst Reading
  2/9/2023SenateReferred to Assignments
  2/23/2023SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Rachel Ventura
  2/28/2023SenateAssigned to Energy and Public Utilities
  3/10/2023SenateRule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
  3/30/2023SenateAdded as Co-Sponsor Sen. Sally J. Turner

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