FERC got around to posting that online and sending an alert to ecomment subscribers today, two weeks later. You or your group can now file as an intervenor for FSC under the new docket CP14-554-000. Or you can ecomment under that docket. Sabal Trail and Transco have not yet filed for formal permitting, but Sabal Trail has repeatedly said it plans to do so 31 October 2014.
Here’s HTML of that notice letter. Search for CP14-554-000 in FERC’s General Search and you’ll find a large number of PDF and other files, many marked “Availability: Privileged”, as in this pipeline or Sabal Trail or Transco may gouge through your back yard or under your river, going right to three already-authorized LNG export operations in Florida, but you don’t get to see FPL’s rationalizations for why. Maybe if those rationalizations were public, they’d stink even more.
To get alerts on the formal filing, you’ll need to log in (or register first) with FERC and subscribe to docket CP14-554.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION
Florida Southeast Connection, LLC Docket No. CP14-554-000
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONContinue reading FSC formally filed for FERC permit 26 September 2014