FERC's McIntyre dies, leaving second vacancy on energy regulator

Kevin McIntyre, a commissioner and former chairman of the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, has died.

Kevin McIntyre, commissioner and former chairman of the US's Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Kevin McIntyre, a commissioner and former chairman of the top US energy regulator, has died.

US President Donald Trump tapped McIntyre to lead the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 2017. He shepherded the agency until October, even as he underwent treatment for brain cancer, before stepping down as chairman due to ongoing health issues. He stayed on as a commissioner.

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