FERC: ORDER 636 NOD COMPLETES GAS TRANSPORTATION DECONTROL

04/13/1992
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved 5-0 its Order 636, a pipeline rate restructuring rule it says will complete transition to a decontrolled natural gas transportation market. FERC Chairman Martin Allday said, "The commission is very optimistic Order 636 will help fulfill our mandate to ensure consumers have an adequate supply of natural gas at reasonable prices for the foreseeable future." The rule is intended to ensure pipelines provide equal transportation service for all gas supplies, whether the customer buys the gas from the pipeline or from another supplier. FERC said the rule will "improve the...
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