Williams unit to refund $8 million under proposed FERC agreement

HOUSTON, May 1 — A unit of Tulsa-based Williams has agreed to refund $8 million and to provide replacement service if plants contracted to the California Independent System Operator are unavailable because of forced outages, under a proposed consent agreement with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.


by Ann de Rouffignac
OGJ Online

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