GAO: FERC SHOULD CLAMP DOWN ON GAS PIPELINES

The General Accounting Office has admonished the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to tighten its monitoring of U.S. gas pipelines' use of marketing affiliates and pipelines' compliance with environmental rules. GAO, a congressional watchdog agency, studied those issues at the request of Rep. Mike Synar (D-Okla.), chairman of a government operations subcommittee. FERC requires pipelines to file data on transportation services they provide to their marketing affiliates and other firms

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