A.D. Koen Gulf Coast News Editor Interstate gas pipelines in the U.S. are facing dramatically increased administrative complexity if the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission implements Order 636 without major changes. Complexity could increase because pipelines would have to track the status and compile the effects in near-real time of gas moving in and out of interstate systems under thousands of contracts between producers, aggregators, marketers, and end users. Generally, Order 636 would allow all participants in the U.S. gas industry the right to buy, sell, or trade and transport gas to any other participant. The more int...

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