January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1


Gas, Electric Sectors Split On Key Scheduling Issue

Gas producers and pipelines seem in general agreement about a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) proposal to improve coordination between gas suppliers and electric transmission providers. But regional electric buyers such as the ISOs and RTOs are a little disappointed. The North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) submitted a proposal to FERC at the end of September that aimed to give both electric generators and pipelines a little more time to coordinate supply and demand on very cold or very hot days. FERC issued its own proposal last March and gave the NAESB 180 days to improve upon it. The NAESB, which modified the FERC proposal, is a broad-based group composed

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