FERC


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FERC

abbr.
Federal Emergency Regulatory Commission
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FERC blossomed further after this first fundraiser, run by a core of dedicated volunteers, many of whom have since left.
Even more egregious, when the Sierra Club raised concerns with FERC in 2016 that the facility would end up exporting more gas than NextDecade was claiming, the company vehemently denied that this could be the case.
FERC requested the increased disclosure after the administration of President Donald Trump blamed the Russian government in March for a campaign of cyber attacks stretching back at least two years that targeted the U.S.
The Federal Power Act (FPA)--the enabling statute of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)--provides a classic example of both of these factors.
In a new order, FERC initiated a new proceeding, which calls for comments on the examination of the resilience of bulk power system, particularly in times of weather-related stress, within 60 days.
Many questions remain about the cost to the project, but before that is even estimated, AGDC is facing a stack of questions FERC has compiled from federal agencies reviewing the project, according to Larry Persily, oil and gas advisor to the Kenai Peninsula Borough.
How FERC responds to the United decision has been the source of much discussion, consternation and debate within the pipeline industry.
The FERC order issued in November on the Delaware Riverkeeper case did a deeper dive into the environmental impact of the Northeast Upgrade Project when considered with the cumulative impact of three other Tennessee Gas projects in the same area.
Jesse Halpern focuses her practice on utility compliance with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requirements.
FERC FIAS AUTHORITY TO REGULATE ALL FORMS OF ELECTRICITY-MARKET MANIPULATION, BUT ITS CURRENT REGULATIONS FAIL TO DO SO A.
Court rulings say FERC commissioners must "guard the consumer against excessive rates."
FERC's "Market-Based Rate" Authority and the Mobile-Sierra