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What does FERC stand for?

FERC stands for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission


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In 1992, Congress passed the Energy Policy Act (EPAct), which allowed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to open wholesale markets to a wider array of companies.
On November 25, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) - which licenses 1,600 of the nation's commercial electricity-producing dams - ordered the removal of the Edwards Dam on the Kennebec River in Augusta, Maine.
The California Independent System Operator Corporation (California ISO) Board of Governors yesterday unanimously agreed to file a petition for a Declaratory Order with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on a policy to facilitate financing and construction of transmission facilities necessary for efficient development of renewable energy resources in remote locations.
NASDAQ: NRGY) announced today that its regulated subsidiary Central New York Oil And Gas Company, LLC ("CNYOG") has been granted its Section 7(c) Application for Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") for the expansion of the Stagecoach natural gas storage facility.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by Occidental Petroleum (NYSE: OXY): The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has reaffirmed its reversal of a remedial order issued in 1988 to Cities Service Oil and Gas Corp.
Last week, Senators Maria Cantwell and Diane Feinstein asked the Department of Justice and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to ensure the timely public release of all evidence acquired during the government's Enron investigation, citing implications for ongoing trading activities in highly volatile oil and gasoline markets.