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News Releases: April–June 2004
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    June 24, 2004
      Statement of FERC Chairman Pat Wood, III on Long Island Sound electric cables settlement News Release

    June 21, 2004
      Freeport authorized to construct and operate LNG terminal on Quintana Island, Texas News Release

    June 18, 2004
      Chairman announces director of new Reliability Division News Release

    June 17, 2004
      Commission directs staff to review Enron materials, recommend procedural steps in pending Enron proceedings News Release

    June 17, 2004
      FERC approves settlement and initial decision, actions clear the way for AEP to join PJM News Release

    June 2, 2004
      Commission defers LICAP in New England region, orders hearing on key issues News Release

    May 26, 2004
      Saluda Dam reservoir to be raised earlier than expected News Release

    May 26, 2004
      Commission sets timelines and procedures for Midwest ISO tariff implementation News Release

    May 10, 2004
      Commission, National Energy Board of Canada sign agreement on natural gas pipeline cooperation News Release | NEB News Release and MOU Read More External Links

    May 6, 2004
      Commission grants Kentucky regulators' motion to defer action on AEP integration into PJM News Release

    May 5, 2004
      Commission sets broad policy for compensating must-run generators in organized power markets News Release

    April 14, 2004
      Commission upholds, clarifies standards of conduct guidelines for natural gas and electric transactions News Release

    April 14, 2004
      Commission revises Interim Generation Market Power screen and mitigation policy; seeks public input on future market power rulemaking News Release | Order PDF | Presentation Power Point

    April 14, 2004
      FERC takes prompt action in response to blackout task force recommendations; outlines Power Reliability Policy News Release

    April 5, 2004