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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Initial Decisions - 2007
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Docket No. Date Issued
EL04-124-000 PDF 11/09/07 Southern Company Energy Marketing, Inc.
OR06-10-000 PDF 09/07/07 BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. et al.
EL06-45-003 and EL06-46-003 PDF 09/06/07 El Paso Electric Company v. Tucson Electric Power Company
ER06-787-002 and ER06-787-003 PDF 08/31/07 Idaho Power Company
EL03-180-029, et. al. PDF 06/01/07 Enron Power Marketing Inc., et al
EL03-180-000, et. al. PDF
06/21/07 Enron Power Marketing Inc., et al.
EL03-180-029, et. al.PDF 06/01/07 Enron Power Marketing Inc., et al.
IS05-82-002, et. al. PDF 05/17/07 BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc.
OR92-8-025, et. al. PDF 03/28/07 SPP, L.P., et al.
EL05-50-003 PDF 03/8/07 Jersey Central Power & Light Company v. Atlantic City Electric Company, Delmarva Power & Light Company, PECO Energy Company and Public Service Electric and Gas Company
ER05-18-002 and ER05-309-002 PDF 02/5/07 New Dominion Energy Cooperative and Old Dominion Electric Cooperative
ER05-1056-002 PDF 01/16/07 Chehalis Power Generating, LP

In proceedings set for hearings, the judge who presided over the reception of the evidence issues an initial decision and certifies the hearing record to the Commission. The initial decision is based on the record developed in the hearing, the briefs filed by the parties, the law, and the policy of the Commission. It is the judge's job to independently apply the laws enacted by the Congress as interpreted by the courts, and the policy promulgated by the Commission to the facts of the particular case.

The judge's initial decision becomes the final Commission decision 10 days after briefs on exceptions to the initial decision are due unless exceptions are timely filed or the Commission issues an order staying the effectiveness of the initial decision pending review.