Questar Pipeline Co. (QPC) has received final approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of its plans to comply with FERC Order 636. QPC is a unit of Questar Corp., Salt Lake City. Order 636, issued in April 1992, implements the final phase of deregulation of interstate gas transmission in the U.S. and has spawned a massive restructuring of the U.S. gas pipeline industry (see related story, p. 15). FERC's Aug. 2 decision resolves two key issues raised in a Mar. 2 order that QPC had asked the commission to rehear: allocation of gas storage rights and assignment of gas purchase contracts to QPC affiliate an...

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