Gas-Distributing Cities Fight $283M Project in Miss., Ala.

Law360, Washington (April 11, 2013, 8:04 PM EDT) -- A coalition of Southeastern municipalities that provide natural gas services to residents urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Wednesday to nix Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP's proposed rate structure to fund a new $284 million pipeline project, saying the company's pricing plan is flawed.

The United Municipal Distributors Group asked FERC to allow it to intervene and weigh in on Gulf South's proposal for the so-called southeast market expansion project, which would create a 70-mile pipeline and related gas transmission facilities in Mississippi and Alabama....
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