Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Créée le 1er octobre 1977
Agence précédente Federal Power Commission
Juridiction Gouvernement fédéral des États-Unis
Siège Washington, D.C.
Direction Jon Wellinghoff, Président
Agence mère Département de l'Énergie des États-Unis
Site Web
(en) www.ferc.gov

La Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (en français : Commission fédérale de régulation de l'énergie) (FERC) est une agence du gouvernement fédéral des États-Unis qui a compétence dans le domaine du commerce inter-États et des tarifs de gros de l'électricité, les permis d'exploitation des centrales hydroélectriques et le prix du transport gazier et pétrolier. La FERC étudie également et autorise l'implantation de terminaux méthaniers, la construction de conduites de gaz inter-États et les projets hydroélectriques qui ne sont pas entrepris par le gouvernement fédéral.

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