The Process Gas Consumers Group (PGC) has repeatedly raised concerns over pipeline cost over-recoveries.
What does PGC stand for?
PGC stands for Process Gas Consumers Group
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But Alex Strawn, chairman of Process Gas Consumers Group, worried that expansion of pipeline infrastructure to take out that shale gas was now being called into question because of flagging gas prices, "flattening out of the economy" and capital problems at transmission companies.
This was the message Jenny Fordham, director of energy markets and government affairs for the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA), delivered in Chicago at a gathering of the Process Gas Consumers Group, a national trade association which represents the industrial users of natural gas.
Groups such as the Natural Gas Supply Association, American Public Gas Association, Independent Petroleum Association of America and The Process Gas Consumers Group want FERC to require Form 2 to include a considerable amount of additional information such as which components of deferred taxes are included in rate base for cost-of-service purposes; details on gas purchases and sales; and a calculation of the pipeline's effective overall state income tax rate.
and the Process Gas Consumers Group were two of Kern River's most prominent antagonists during that rate case.