Cases
Cases 1 - 10 of 1,683
United Power, Inc. v. FERC
as 24-9532
Petitioner: UNITED POWER, INC.
Respondent: FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION
Intervenor: BASIN ELECTRIC POWER COOPERATIVE, MOUNTAIN PARKS ELECTRIC, INC. and NORTHWEST RURAL PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT
ANR Pipeline v. FERC
as 24-60222
Petitioner: ANR Pipeline Company
Respondent: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Avangrid, Inc. v. FERC
as 24-1112
Petitioner: Avangrid, Inc.
Respondent: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
FirstEnergy Service Company, et al v. FERC
as 24-1106
Petitioner: FirstEnergy Service Company, Dominion Energy Services, Inc. and Exelon Corporation
Respondent: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC v. RDFS, LLC
as 24-1387
Plaintiff: COLUMBIA GAS TRANSMISSION, LLC
Defendant: RDFS, LLC, a temporary easement to operate and maintain a natural gas transmission line across 1.46 acres of property in Wetzel County, West Virginia, (Parcel ID No. and UNKNOWN PERSONS AND INTERESTED PARTIES
Cross Defendant: UNITED STATES FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION
The New York State Public Service Commission v. United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
as 24-1126
Petitioner: THE NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Respondent: UNITED STATES FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION
Sierra Club, et al v. FERC
as 24-1099
Petitioner: Sierra Club and Appalachian Voices
Respondent: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Columbia Riverkeeper, et al v. FERC
as 24-1096
Petitioner: Columbia Riverkeeper and Rogue Climate
Respondent: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Gas Transmission NW v. FERC
as 24-60197
Petitioner: Gas Transmission Northwest, L.L.C.
Respondent: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Pacific Gas & Electric Company, et al. v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
as 24-2527
Petitioner: PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY and SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY
Respondent: FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION

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