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Under “What kind of filing are you making?” select Intervention.
Under “Filing Type”,
- If you don’t want to attach any documents, select
“(doc-less) Motion to Intervene”
If you do want to attach documents, select
“Motion to Intervene”
Remember you can file more intervention documents later; you don’t have to file anything but the bare information now.
It’s best if you also add the other two dockets for the other two parts of the Southeast Market Pipelines Project:
- CP15-16 for Transco’s Hillabee Expansion Project (in Alabama to feed fracked methane to Sabal Trail)
- CP14-554 for the Florida Southeast Connection (from Orlando to Martin County, Florida)
Once you’ve added dockets, click Next.
Document-less Intervention Description
If under “Filing Type” you selected “(doc-less) Motion to Intervene” here’s what you need to do at the current step.
Here are two examples, from
If fossil fuel companies can do it, pipeline opponents can do it.
Once you have entered your description, click Next to go to “Specify Filing Parties“.
Documents with Intervention Description
If under “Filing Type” you selected “Motion to Intervene” you also get an opportunity at this point to upload documents.
Here is an example, from Gulf Restoration Network.
Once you have uploaded all the documents you want to include, click Next to go to “Specify Filing Parties“.
If you can’t find your organization by searching, click on New Organization to add it.
Once you have found your organization, click Next.
Specify the person or persons to whom communication should be addressed. For service list-related filings, all persons to be added to the service list must be eRegistered and added as a signer or other contact.
If you want more contacts, type them into the box one by one, and click Add as Other Contact after each one.
All such addresses must already be eRegistered, or you’ll get the error message you see here.
Once you have your contacts entered, click Next.
Once you’re satisfied, click Submit.
You should see a screen saying your submission has been seen, and an email message, as well.
Your submission should show up the next working day in FERC’s elibrary. Go ahead and subscribe to the docket with eSubscription and you’ll get an email notice when that happens.