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|Issue Date||Subject of Investigation||Description of Alleged Misconduct||Dates of Alleged Misconduct|
|July 13, 2017||Rover Pipeline, LLC and Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.||Violation of section 7 of the Natural Gas Act, 15 U.S.C. ß 717, et seq., and section 157.5 of the Commissionís Regulations, 18 C.F.R. ß 157.5 (2016), by falsely promising in its Application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity and supporting filings in Docket No. CP15-93, avoidance of adverse effects to a historic resource while simultaneously working to purchase and destroy the historic resource. Rover subsequently made several misstatements in its docketed response to the Commissionís questions about why it had purchased and demolished the resource.||Between February 2015 and September 2016|
|July 7, 2017||American Transmission Company, LLC||Violation of FPA Section 203 by failing to seek preapproval from the Commission before acquiring 22 jurisdictional facilities, and failed to timely file with the Commission 42 jurisdictional agreements in violation of FPA Section 205.||Between 2006 and 2014|
|March 30, 2017||Westar Energy, Inc.||Violated the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) Tariff by including incorrect cost inputs in its mitigated energy offer curves and failing to timely update other cost inputs, as required by the Tariff.||May 2014 through May 2015|
|January 23, 2017*||Covanta Haverhill Associates LP||Violation of section 35.41(a) of the Commissionís regulations and various provisions of the ISO-New England (ISO-NE) Tariff by failing to provide required instantaneous metered output data to ISO-NE.||September 2007 through June 2016|
* Indicates that the investigation has been resolved through settlement. See Civil Penalty Actions for more information.