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Perspective

The industry has moved beyond the debate.
Fortnightly Magazine - April 15 2002

that nomination with available off-peak storage capacity to handle delivery swings on an unnominated, firm NNS basis, April through October. There is variable hourly flow at primary delivery points and provision for seasonal, daily and hourly overruns, with other features mirroring existing NNS.

Propitious Present Moment

Potential customers from the electric industry face a receptive interstate pipeline industry on issues of employing the grid to ship natural gas to generate power. FERC largely approves gas transportation services for electric generation that pipelines propose, using their systems' available capacity not already subscribed. Those new services likely will play a very important role in resolving today's electric industry problems such as generator interconnection, transmission and RTO matters.

  1. R. Hrehor & D. Sytsma, 140 Public Utilities Fortnightly 32, 35.
  2. See FERC Feb. 13, 2002, Docket No. PA02-2-000, Fact-Finding Investigation of Potential Manipulation of Electric and Natural Gas Prices [in the West], Order Directing Staff Investigation.
  3. Annual Energy Outlook 2002, EIA, U.S. DOE publication DOE/EIA-0383 (Dec. 2001) at 137.
  4. ., 138.
  5. FERC Stat. & Reg. ¶31,091, 31,250 (2000).
  6. Hrehor & Sytsma, , 32.
  7. 90 FERC ¶61,016, 91 FERC ¶61,200, 93 FERC ¶61,113 (2000).
  8. 89 FERC ¶61,210 (1999); 90 FERC ¶61,213, ¶61,339 (2000).
  9. 92 FERC ¶61,164 (2000); 95 FERC ¶61,086 (2001)(formerly Koch Gateway).
  10. Order No. 636, FERC Stat. & Reg. ¶30,939 at 30,408 & n.100, 30,422 & n.131; 18 C.F.R. §284.7 (a)(4).
  11. 90 FERC ¶61,182, 92 FERC ¶61,221 (2000); 94 FERC ¶61,242 (2001).
  12. Hrehor & Sytsma, , 34-35.
  13. 90 FERC ¶61,119, 91 FERC ¶61,174, 93 FERC ¶61,611 (2000); 94 FERC ¶61,209, 95 FERC ¶61,211 (2001).
  14. 90 FERC ¶61,044 (2000).
  15. 95 FERC ¶61,099, ¶61,486, 96 FERC ¶61,330, 97 FERC ¶61,208 (2001).
  16. 97 FERC ¶61,096 (2001); 98 FERC ¶61,067 (2002).
  17. 93 FERC ¶61,243 (2000); 94 FERC ¶61,365 (2001).
  18. Hrehor & Sytsma, , 35-37.
  19. 93 FERC ¶61,141 (2000); 94 FERC ¶61,322 (2001).

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