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» Commission's Responsibilities
  • Regulation of pipeline, storage, and liquefied natural gas facility construction.
  • Regulation of natural gas transportation in interstate commerce.
  • Issuance of certificates of public convenience and necessity to prospective companies providing energy services or constructing and operating interstate pipelines and storage facilities.
  • Regulation of facility abandonment.
  • Establishment of rates for services.
  • Regulation of the transportation of natural gas as authorized by the NGPA (Natural Gas Policy Act) and the OCSLA (Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act).
  • Oversight of the construction and operation of pipeline facilities at U.S. points of entry for the import or export of natural gas.

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Initiatives Seminars
  • October 6–8, 2015 - FERC Environmental Review and Compliance for Natural Gas Facilities Seminar (Cincinnati, Ohio) View Details


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Environmental Impact Statements (EISs) & Assessments (EA)
  • July 17, 2015 - FERC Staff Issues Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Magnolia LNG and Lake Charles Expansion Projects (CP14-347-000 and CP14-511-000) Read More
 
       



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NATURAL GAS SECTION
Annual Charges
The Commission receives an annual appropriation from Congress to defray its operating costs. Read More
Safety & Inspections
Once Natural Gas pipeline projects become operational, safety is regulated, monitored and enforced by the Department of Transportation. Read More
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Updated: July 21, 2015