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CPUC Drops Legal Challenge Against FERC Over LNG Terminal Siting

The California Public Utilities Commission has “quietly backed out” of a jurisdictional dispute with FERC, citing the federal authority granted by the passage of this year’s Energy Policy Act. However, the organization vows to thwart efforts to build an
December 4, 2005

The California Public Utilities Commission has “quietly backed out” of a jurisdictional dispute with FERC, citing the federal authority granted by the passage of this year’s Energy Policy Act. However, the organization vows to thwart efforts to build an LNG facility in the Port of Long Beach because “there are sufficient security and safety issues that give us the belief that there is recourse in stopping this project,” CPUC President Michael R. Peevey said. Today’s Natural Gas Week has the details. [Subscription required]

Here is CPUC President Michael R. Peevey’s statement on the decision, released on Nov. 18.

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