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Brown, Williams, Moorhead & Quinn, Inc.

The Natural Gas Act requires a great deal of transparency from interstate natural gas pipelines. Section 4(c) requires pipelines to file schedules or tariffs with FERC and to keep them open in convenient, form, and place for public inspection. Pursuant to FERC’s regulations, pipelines are required to file with the Commission very lengthy tariffs that contain, among other things, information with respect to rates and charges for transmission services, executed service agreements, and terms and conditions applicable to rate schedules for open access transmission services. In addition, FERC requires companies to post on their internet web sites tariffs that contain information and data concerning their operations and business. Brown Williams assists clients in crafting tariff language, assessing the impact of tariff conditions, and ensuring compliance with Commission approved conditions.