In Brief...

Fortnightly Magazine - July 1 1997
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Sound bites from state and federal regulators.

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Gas Curtailment. New York PSC approves updated curtailment and interruption tariffs for many of the state's natural gas local distribution companies. It had asked the LDCs to develop new rules to reflect growing competition and ensure gas deliveries for core customers during a supply crunch. Case 93-G-0932, March 24, 1997 (N.Y.P.S.C.).

T & D Classification. New York PSC opens proceeding to distinguish between electric transmission and distribution facilities. The move will help the PSC develop cost-based, unbundled, open-access distribution tariffs for customers who want to wheel power. Data also should allow the FERC to move more quickly to establish an independent system operator. Case 97-E-0251, March 14, 1997 (N.Y.P.S.C.).

Adjustment Clause Rules. Connecticut updates rules for automatic adjustment clauses for natural gas LDCs. New rules add both producer reservation fees and gross receipt's taxes to the list of components already included as "cost of gas" under old regs. Docket No. 96-01-28, March 26, 1997 (Conn.D.P.U.C.).

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