March 2019, Vol. 246, No. 3



FERC Begins a Likely Skein of Mandatory Rate Cases FERC’s initiation of what amounts to a wholesale review of interstate pipeline rates threatens to shake up the industry and maybe its customers. The commission is in the early stages of reviewing the rates of about 130 pipeline and storage companies to see if they should lower their rates because of the 2017 tax cut enacted by Congress and a couple of other subsequent agency actions.  On Jan. 16, FERC announced the results of the first tranche of 12 reviews and initiated three Section 5 rate cases against two interstate pipelines and one storage company contending their current rates are “unjust and unreasonable.” Extrapolating those earl

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