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Lake Powell Pipeline Proponents Seek To Renew Permitting Process

August 22, 2018
by John Weisheit

Initial comments are due November 19, 2018

The subsequent 45-day response period will close January 3, 2019

To comment, citizens can visit:

If you need information to help with your comment, go to:

When youre ready to submit, heres how to submit a Lake Powell Pipeline comment to FERC:

  • Go to ferc.gov/docs-filing/efiling.asp
  • Click the orange eRegister button.
  • Fill out your personal information, including an email address (which serves as your username), and create a password.
  • At the bottom, select Next by the sentence that begins Proceed to full registration.
  •  As prompted, fill out your address information and another company contact (or file as a private individual), and click on Done.
  •  FERC will send an email from eRegistrationProd@ferc.gov to the email address provided.
  •  In the email from FERC, click the link that reads to confirm your email address and complete your registration to complete the registration and take you back to FERCs online portal.
  •  Below your personal information and under the Enter Docket box, type in P-12966-000 (the Lake Powell Pipelines docket number).
  •  Click the blue plus sign to the right of the first entry that shows up (Application for a Preliminary Permit for the Lake Powell Pipeline Project. RM).
  •  Add a comment (fewer than 6,000 characters) in the box directly below (to right of Comment).
  •  Select Send Comment to submit.

If this is all too confusing, just type, print and mail your comments to
the following address:

Kimberly D. Bose,Secretary
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 1st Street, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20426
RE: P-12966-004

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NEWS:

CLICK HERE to read about the suspension of the permitting process that began in December of 2017.

  • News clip about request for reinstatement by Mori Kessler of St. George News

NEW DOCUMENTS SINCE DECEMBER SUSPENSION

NEWS

 


 

 


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