STATES REBELLING AGAINST 636, 636-A

Fear of higher natural gas prices and unreliable supplies is sparking a rebellion by some states against federal plans to decontrol U.S. gas markets. About a dozen states have joined a petition brought Sept. 29 in the District of Columbia federal appeals court by the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PPUC) that asks for a judicial review of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Orders 636 and 636-A. Gas producers, pipelines, local distribution companies, and state utility and public

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