Electric Reliability Council of Texas stakeholders voiced concern Thursday about a proposed rule that would require gas-fired generators to provide detailed information about the status and potential problems with their feedgas pipelines. Ultimately, consideration of the proposal was postponed allowing formal comments to be filed. Michele Gregg, Texas Competitive Power Advocates executive director, said her gas-fired generation members usually have long-term agreements with pipeline operators that forbid disclosure of certain types of confidential information, which may include some of the information described in NPRR 997.
For press inquiries contact email@example.com
- ERCOT Proposal Requiring Pipeline Disclosures Raises Stakeholder Concerns
- ERCOT Market Adjusting to ‘The New Normal”
- Businesses get big break on electricity transmission fees while consumers pay more
- ERCOT’s extreme prices unlikely to result in new thermal generation: experts
- Renewable energy capacity in Texas REC program grew by almost 10% in 2018