U.S. GAS PIPELINES ON TRACK WITH ORDER 636 RESTRUCTURING

08/09/1993
Patrick CrowWashington Editor A. D. KoenGulf Coast News Editor There is no turning back for U.S. interstate gas pipelines preparing to begin operations this winter in a gas market set loose by federal mandate. Most interstate pipelines are well on their way to complying with Order 636, issued in 1992 by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as the final step in deregulating U.S. gas markets to enhance competition. But the process is not without problems. FERC Chairman Elizabeth Moler contends old federal rules governing interstate gas transportation won't work in a more competitive industry. And FERC staff ...
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