Capacity Allocation

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Natural Gas & Electric Industry Coordination Efforts Advance Through NAESB Gas-Electric Harmonization Forum After Recent FERC...

The natural gas and electric industries have been a buzz since the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) issued its March 20, 2014 Orders focused on improving the coordination and scheduling of natural gas pipeline...more

FERC Decision Rejects Oil Pipeline's Petition for Declaratory Order Approving Contract Rates, Special Prorationing Methodologies...

FERC recently issued a decision in which, for the first time, it denied an oil pipeline's petition for a declaratory order seeking FERC's approval of the pipeline's proposed rate structure and terms of service, prorationing...more

Competition Issues In Resources Projects - Sharing Infrastructure (Australia)

INTRODUCTION - Users of open access supply chains frequently seek to collectively negotiate various arrangements between themselves and with the supply chain operator. These negotiations and subsequent agreements often...more

FERC Issues Final Policy Statement Permitting Developers to Allocate 100% of the Capacity for New Transmission Projects through...

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) has issued a Final Policy Statement to clarify and refine its policies governing the allocation of capacity for new transmission projects. FERC examines four factors in...more

FERC Issues Policy Statement Clarifying Requirements for Capacity Allocation for Merchant Transmission Projects

On January 17, 2013, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued its Final Policy Statement regarding the allocation of capacity on new merchant and non-incumbent, cost-based, participant-funded transmission...more

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