[Federal Register Volume 59, Number 1 (Monday, January 3, 1994)]
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[FR Doc No: 93-32020]

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[Federal Register: January 3, 1994]


Docket No. RP94-87-000]


Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America; Proposed Changes in FERC GAS 

December 27, 1993.
    Take notice that on December 22, 1993, Natural Gas Pipeline Company 
of America (Natural) tendered for filing as part of its FERC Gas 
Tariff, Sixth Revised Volume No. 1, First Revised Sheet No. 1, First 
Revised Sheet No. 14 and Original Sheet No. 25, to be effective January 
1, 1994.
    Natural states that the filing is submitted to commence recovering 
effective January 1, 1994, approximately $21 million in known and 
measurable gas supply realignment (GSR) costs which will be incurred by 
Natural as a consequence of Order No. 636.
    Natural requested specific waivers of Section 38 of its Tariff and 
the Commission's Regulations, including the requirements of 
Sec. 154.63, to the extent necessary to permit the tariff sheets as 
submitted herein to become effective January 1, 1994.
    Natural states that copies of the filing are being mailed to 
Natural's jurisdictional customers and interested state regulatory 
    Natural states that it has reached a tentative settlement with 
members of the Natural Customer Group (NCG) regarding recovery from 
them for GSR costs. Members of the NCG may preserve their rights by 
filing an abbreviated protest which may be supplemented if the 
settlement is not finalized and approved.
    Any person desiring to be heard or to protest said filing should 
file a motion to intervene or a protest with the Federal Energy 
Regulatory Commission, 825 North Capitol Street, NE., Washington, DC 
20426, in accordance with Secs. 385.214 and 385.211 of the Commission's 
Rules and Regulations. All such protests should be filed on or before 
January 4, 1994. Protests will be considered by the Commission in 
determining the appropriate action to be taken, but will not serve to 
make protestants parties to the proceeding. Any person wishing to 
become a party must file a motion to intervene. Copies of this filing 
are on file with the Commission and are available for public inspection 
in the public reference room.
Lois D. Cashell,
[FR Doc. 93-32020 Filed 12-30-93; 8:45 am]