FERC CLOSES THE BOOK ON ORDER 636; LITIGATION TO PROCEED

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has closed the books on Order 636, clearing the way for a federal lawsuit challenging the order. Order 636 continues the commission's efforts to deregulate the U.S. natural gas market by requiring interstate gas pipelines to reform and itemize their rate charges. In the latest order, 636-B, FERC denied petitions for rehearing to change aspects of the natural gas rule and clarified and reaffirmed several requirements.

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