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Apr 28, 2014 | New York, NY
May 05, 2014 to May 08, 2014 | Las Vegas, Nevada

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A Vision for Trasmission: How the RTOs Stand

And where the trouble spots lie in FERC's grid plan.
See Affidavit of William H. Dunn, Jr., on behalf of the Montana Consumer Counsel, FERC Docket No. RT01-35, filed 5/29/02

And where the trouble spots lie in FERC's grid plan.

The mood appeared calm on June 26 in Washington, D.C., at the regular bi-weekly meeting of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Key officials from various regional transmission organizations (RTOs) had gathered before chairman Pat Wood and the other commissioners to brief them on progress over the past year in reforming wholesale electric markets, and on what the FERC might expect in the summer at hand.

The Barriers to Real-Time Pricing: Separating Fact From Fiction

Real-time pricing has been hindered by the misperception that a shift to RTP will create new types of risks, without creating benefits for utilities or customers.
Ahmad Faruqui and Melanie Mauldin

 

News Analysis

Industry experts debate whether so-called "price mitigation measures" miraculously solved the California crisis.
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News Analysis

 

Declaring Emergencies in California: The Realities of ISO Operation

An independent system operator's view on the energy crisis and the realities of maintaining reliability.
Ziad Alaywan

Declaring Emergencies in California: The Realities of ISO Operation

 

Off Peak

The El Paso case just won't quit.
Joint Complainants v. El Paso Natural Gas Co., FERC Docket No. RP01-484- 000

Off Peak

September 15, 2001

Let's Play "Spin the Pipeline"

 

The El Paso case just won't quit.

It began over a year ago, on April 4, 2000. That's when California accused El Paso Natural Gas Co. of manipulating capacity rights on its natural gas pipeline by auctioning them off to its own affiliate, El Paso Merchant Energy.

Frontlines

California sued El Paso for gaming the pipeline. But the blame may lie to the East.
Bruce W. Radford

Frontlines

The Great Gas Grab

 

 

News Digest

Fortnightly

Fortnightly

Money, Power and Trade: What You Never Knew About the Western Energy Crisis

Fortnightly
S. A. Van Vactor and F. H. Pickel

Fortnightly

News Digest

Docket No. EL01-47-000, Mar. 14, 2001 (F.E.R.C.).-L.A.B

 

News Digest


 

News Digest

FERC Docket No. EL01-38-000, filed Feb. 14, 2001

 

News Digest


 

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