FERC Likely To Meet Opposition To Natural Gas Rules

Law360, New York (July 10, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission may have to address stern opposition to its proposed rules aimed at making the natural gas market more transparent, as the public comment period closes on Wednesday and the agency considers how to move forward.

FERC claims that the rules, which would require intrastate pipelines to post daily information about their natural gas flow, will give the regulator a better picture of daily supply and demand conditions that affect the wholesale gas markets.

Opponents, however, argue that the new requirements would...
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