certain pipeline transition costs was the most reasonable way to allocate the costs among customer groups. It added that it intended to review alternative approaches to cost recovery in a separate phase of the case. The PSC also rejected a staff claim that the PSC should act to prevent gas marketers from contracting for transportation on an LDC's system instead of the actual end users of the gas supplies. Re Missouri Gas Energy, a division of Southern Union Co., Case No. GO-94-318, Sept. 19, 1995 (Mo.P.S.C.). tPhilip S. Cross is an associate legal editor of PUBLIC
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