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     On June 30, 2014, Dominion Transmission, Inc. filed an application in seeking authorization to abandon 5.9 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of previously leased base gas2 at its North Summit Storage Pool and return it to the lessor; to amend its certificate to allow DTI to replace the returned 5.9 Bcf of leased base gas with an equivalent amount of ‘liberated’ gas3 or purchased gas; to amend the existing lease to provide for the continued lease of the balance of the leased base gas for an additional three-year period; and for pregranted abandonment authority to allow the lease, as amended, to expire by its terms. This order grants in part the requested authorizations.Dominion Transmission, Inc.CP-14-510000Order amending certificatePANortheast
      City of Clarksville, TennesseeCP13-508001Order granting rehearingTNSoutheast
     Request for authorization to abandon certain pipeline facilities located in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana and extending into federal and state waters offshore Louisiana. Specifically, Sea Robin seeks authority to abandon in place Line No. 210B-100 16-inch diameter pipe (5.4 miles) and Line 210A-1800 14-inch diameter pipe (0.29 miles), and abandon by removal its T-2 Platform.Sea Robin Pipeline Company, LLCCP14-117000Notice of request under blanket authorizationLASoutheast
     Rehearing has been timely requested of the Commission’s order issued on January 16, 2014, in this proceeding. Dominion Transmission, Inc., and Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C., 146 FERC ¶ 61,018 (2014).Dominion Transmission, Inc./Tennessee Gas PipelineCP13-545001Order granting rehearingTNSoutheast
     Requesting a certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing an increase in design capacity of the SESH mainline by 45,000 dekatherms per day; the construction, ownership and operation of a new Dentville Compressor Station, which includes a single compressor (8,000 horsepower), related 0.76 miles of 20-inch piping and appurtenant facilities located in Copiah County, Mississippi; and for rolled-in rate treatment for the project, all as more fully set forth in the application which is on file with the Commission and open to public inspection.Southeast Supply Header, LLCCP14-87000Notice of applicationMSSoutheast
     In this order, the Commission addresses Liberty Energy Corporation’s request for rehearing of the Commission’s order issued on March 30, 2012.1 Specifically, in the Certificate Order, the Commission accepted the rate election of Liberty to adopt the rates of Atmos Energy Corporation on file with the Missouri Public Service Commission with the exception of Liberty’s proposed Infrastructure System Replacement Surcharge. For the reasons discussed below, the Commission grants Liberty’s request for rehearing. We also direct Liberty to submit a compliance filing within 30 days of the date of this order reflecting its currently effective ISRS on file with the MoPSC.Liberty Energy (Midstates) Corp.CP12-42001Order on rehearingMOMidwest
     A certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing Port Dolphin to construct, install, own, operate, and maintain a single-use, 5.8-mile natural gas pipeline and related facilities necessary to provide transportation from the proposed Port Dolphin Project, a deepwater port offshore of Tampa Bay, Florida, to interconnections with Gulfstream Natural Gas SystemPort Dolphin Energy LLCCP07-191001Order issuing certificatesFLSoutheast
     The proposed project will enable Natural to expand the capacity of its Louisiana Line system, which stretches from Compressor Station 302 in Montgomery County, Texas to the Henry Hub in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana by approximately 200,000 dekatherms per day.Natural Gas Pipeline Company of AmericaCP07-3000Order issuing certificateLA, TXSoutheast
     For the construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas production facility which Gulf Oil plans to construct in northeastern Pennsylvania in order to convert natural gas produced in the Marcellus Shale play into LNG that will be marketed as vehicular fuel, high horsepower engine fuel, and as a source of supply for certain local distribution company peak shaving facilities will not be subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction under Section 7 of the Natural Gas Act.Gulf Oil Limited PartnershipCP14-132000Notice of petition for declaratory orderPANortheast
     On February 13, 2014, El Paso Natural Gas Company, L.L.C. filed an application, for authority to abandon by sale two 16-inch diameter pipeline segments, each 42.2 miles long, located in El Paso and Hudspeth Counties, Texas. El Paso states that the facilities are functionally obsolete and no longer needed to provide natural gas transportation service.3 For the reasons discussed below, the Commission will approve the requested abandonment, subject to conditions.El Paso Natural Gas Company, L.L.C.CP-14-83000Order approving abandonmentTXSoutheast
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Updated: December 19, 2014