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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
[Docket No. EC94-20-000, et al.]

 

PacifiCorp, et al.; Electric Rate and Corporate Regulation 
Filings

July 15, 1994.
    Take notice that the following filings have been made with the 
Commission:

1. PacifiCorp

[Docket No. EC94-20-000]

    Take notice that PacifiCorp on July 7, 1994, tendered for filing an 
application seeking an order authorizing PacifiCorp to acquire from 
Warm Springs Power Enterprises (Warm Springs) certain transmission 
facilities located in Jefferson County, Oregon.
    PacifiCorp requests that the Commission accept this application for 
filing, to be effective forty-five (45) days after the date of filing.
    Copies of this filing were supplied to Warm Springs and the Public 
Utility Commission of Oregon.
    Comment date: July 28, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

2. Southeastern Power Administration

[Docket No. EF94-3021-000]

    Take notice that on June 30, 1994, The Secretary of the Department 
of Energy confirmed and approved, on an interim basis effective 
midnight July 1, 1994, Rate Schedules CBR-1-C, CSI-2-C, CEK-1-C, CC-1-
D, CM-1-C, CK-1-C and CTV-1-C for power from Southeastern Power 
Administration's (Southeastern) Cumberland Basin Projects. The approval 
extends through June 30, 1999.
    The Deputy Secretary states that the Commission, by order issued 
September 26, 1989, in Docket No. EF89-3021-000, confirmed and approved 
Rate Schedules CBR-1-B, CSI-1-B, CEK-1-B, CC-1-C, CM-1-B, CK-1-B and 
CTV-1-B.
    Southeastern proposes in the instant filing to replace these Rate 
Schedules.
    Comment date: August 2, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

3. Electricidad De Cortes S. De R.L.

[Docket No. EG94-80-000]

    Electricidad De Cortes S. De R.L. (``ELCOSA'') (c/o Lee M. Goodwin, 
Reid & Priest, 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20004) 
filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission an application on 
July 8, 1994 for determination of exempt wholesale generator status 
pursuant to Part 365 of the Commission's Regulations.
    ELCOSA is a Honduras company formed to own an electric generating 
facility located on in Puerto Cortes, Honduras.
    Comment date: August 1, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice. The Commission will limit its 
consideration of comments to those that concern the adequacy or 
accuracy of the application.

4. PSI Argentina, Inc.

[Docket No. EG94-81-000]

    On July 8, 1994, PSI Argentina, Inc. (``Applicant''), 100 East Main 
Street, Plainfield, Indiana 46868, filed with the Federal Energy 
Regulatory Commission an application for determination of exempt 
wholesale generator status pursuant to part 365 of the Commission's 
regulations.
    Applicant, an Indiana corporation, is wholly-owned by PSI 
Resources, Inc., an exempt public utility holding company within the 
meaning of Section 3(a)(1) of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 
1935. Applicant is currently indirectly engaged in owning the Costanera 
Facility, a 1260 MW (gross) generating facility located in Buenos 
Aires, Argentina, which has been determined to be an eligible facility, 
and selling electric energy at wholesale. Applicant also intends to 
indirectly own or operate, or both own and operate, the generating and 
transmission facilities currently owned by Empresa de Generacion 
Electrica de Lima, S.A., a nationally owned Peruvian corporation. These 
facilities consist of five hydroelectric generating facilities and one 
oil-fired generating facility having a combined total installed 
capacity of 692.6 MW and approximately 576 Km of transmission lines, 
which operate as radial lines to interconnect and deliver energy from 
the generating units to the national grid in Peru.
    Comment date: August 1, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice. The Commission will limit its 
consideration of comments to those that concern the adequacy or 
accuracy of the application.

5. CMS Generation Cebu Limited Duration

[Docket No. EG94-82-000]

    On July 12, 1994, CMS Generation Cebu Limited Duration Company, 330 
Town Center Drive, Suite 1000, Dearborn, Michigan 48126, filed with the 
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission an application for determination 
of exempt wholesale generator status pursuant to Part 365 of the 
Commission's regulations.
    CMS Generation Cebu Limited Duration Company is a Cayman Islands 
limited duration company. CMS Generation Cebu Limited Duration Company 
is an affiliate of CMS Generation Co., a Michigan corporation, which in 
turn is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CMS Enterprises Company, a 
Michigan corporation. CMS Enterprises Company is a wholly-owned 
subsidiary of CMS Energy Corporation, also a Michigan corporation.
    CMS Generation Cebu Limited Duration Company will acquire an 
interest in Toledo Power Co., a Philippine partnership which will own 
and operate two power plants with a combined maximum capacity of 140 
MW. The plants will be located in Toledo City on the Island of Cebu in 
the Philippines and the power generated by the plants will be sold to 
the National Power Corporation and to Cebu Electric Cooperative III. 
Coal and fuel oil will be burned by the plants.
    Comment date: August 4, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice. The Commission will limit its 
consideration of comments to those that concern the adequacy or 
accuracy of the application.

6. Pacific Gas and Electric Company

[Docket No. ER92-595-000]

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

[Docket No. ER92-596-000]

Southern California Edison Company, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, 
San Diego Gas & Electric Company

[Docket No. ER92-626-005]

    Take notice that on June 27, 1994, Southern California Edison 
Company (Edison), Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), and San 
Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) (collectively, the ``Companies''), 
tendered for filing revisions to the ``Coordinated Operations Agreement 
between Southern California Edison Company, Pacific Gas and Electric 
Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Participants in the 
California-Oregon Transmission Project'' (COA) in order to comply with 
the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (Commission) May 26, 1994 
Opinion Affirming in Part and Vacating in Part Initial Decision in 
Pacific Gas and Electric Co., 67 FERC 61,239 (1994).
    Comment date: August 1, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

7. Pacific Gas and Electric Company

[Docket No. ER92-595-003]

    Take notice that on June 27, 1994, Pacific Gas and Electric Company 
(PG&E) tendered a compliance filing in the form of a revised Rate 
Schedule for the Interconnection of the California-Oregon Transmission 
Project and the PG&E Electric System (CIRS), PG&E Rate Schedule FERC 
No. 144. The CIRS provides for the initial and continuing 
interconnection of PG&E's electric system with the California-Oregon 
Transmission Project, a 500 kV facility extending from the California-
Oregon border to central California.
    In Opinion No. 389, issued May 26, 1994 (67 FERC 61,239), the 
Commission ordered PG&E to file a CIRS revised in accordance with the 
terms of that opinion. The principal modifications to the CIRS are: (1) 
Deletion of provisions addressing adverse impacts of interconnected 
operations; (2) removal of certain entities as parties to the rate 
schedule; (3) deletion of most provisions dealing with initial 
interconnection, which has occurred; and (4) modification of 
arrangements for transmission curtailments due to minimum load 
conditions.
    Comment date: July 29, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

8. CRSS Power Marketing, Inc.

[Docket No. ER94-142-002]

    Take notice that CRSS Power Marketing, Inc. on July 12, 1994, 
tendered its quarterly informational filing pursuant to the above-
captioned docket. Comments on the filing should be filed with the 
Commission no later than July 29, 1994.

9. Central Maine Power Company

[Docket No. ER94-1153-000]

    Take notice that on July 1, 1994, Central Maine Power Company 
(CMP), tendered for filing a Second Amended Transmission Service 
Agreement between CMP and Maine Public Service Company, Inc. (MPS), 
dated as of April 18, 1994 (Second Amended Agreement). CMP will provide 
MPS with non-firm transmission service over the CMP transmission system 
for the purpose of transmitting Maine Yankee and/or MPS system non-firm 
energy in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions of the Second 
Amended Agreement.
    Comment date: July 28, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

10. Florida Power Corporation

[Docket No. ER94-1227-000]

    Take notice that on July 11, 1994, Florida Power Corporation 
tendered for filing a Settlement Agreement and an Explanatory Statement 
with the Cities of Florida.
    Comment date: August 1, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

11. Duke Power Company

[Docket No. ER94-1429-000]

    Take notice that on July 5, 1994, Duke Power Company (Duke) filed 
an Interchange Contract (Contract) between Oglethorpe Power Corporation 
(Oglethorpe) and Duke Power Company. The Contract provides for 
interconnected operations between the two systems as well as 
transactions involving Emergency Assistance, Short Term Power, and 
Economy Interchange.
    Comment date: July 28, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

12. Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation

[Docket No. ER94-1279-000]

    Take notice that on July 5, 1994, Rochester Gas and Electric 
Corporation tendered for filing an amendment to its May 19, 1994 filing 
in the above-referenced docket.
    Comment date: August 1, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

13. PacifiCorp

[Docket No. ER94-1412-000]

    Take notice that on PacifiCorp July 12, 1994, tendered for filing 
an amendment to its June 28, 1994 First Amendment to Transmission 
Service and Operating Agreement between Utah Associated Municipal Power 
Systems (UAMPS) and PacifiCorp.
    PacifiCorp request that a waiver of prior notice be granted and 
that an effective date of July 1, 1994 be assigned to the filing.
    Copies of this amended filing were supplied to UAMPS, the Utah 
Public Service Commission and the Public Utility Commission of Oregon.
    Comment date: August 1, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

14. Pacific Gas and Electric Company

[Docket No. ER94-1430-000]

    Take notice that on July 5, 1994, Pacific Gas and Electric Company 
(PG&E) tendered for filing: (1) An agreement dated June 27, 1994, 
between PG&E and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), 
Modesto Irrigation District (MID) and City of Santa Clara (Santa Clara) 
entitled ``Superseding Agreement for the Coldwater Creek Geothermal 
Power Plant Between Pacific Gas and Electric Company and CCPA No. 1 
Member Utilities'' (CCPA Transmission Agreement); (2) an agreement 
dated June 27, 1994, between PG&E and SMUD entitled ``Superseding 
Agreement for Coldwater Creek Geothermal Power Plant Backbone 
Transmission Service Between Pacific Gas and Electric Company and 
Sacramento Municipal Utility District'' (SMUD Backbone Agreement); (3) 
an agreement dated June 27, 1994, between PG&E and SMUD entitled 
``Superseding Agreement for SMUDGEO 1 Interconnection and Transmission 
Service Between Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Sacramento 
Municipal Utility District'' (SMUDGEO 1 Agreement); and (4) proposed 
changes in rates, effective July 1, 1994, developed using a rate 
mechanism previously agreed to by the parties for Rate Schedules FERC 
Nos. 82, 88, 91, 125 and 138 between PG&E and SMUD.
    The purpose of the superseding agreements is to provide for the 
reduction of firm transmission service for power generated at the 
Coldwater Creek Geothermal Power Plant and the SMUDGEO 1.
    Copies of the filing have been served upon SMUD, Modesto Irrigation 
District, Santa Clara, CCPA and the California Public Utilities 
Commission.
    Comment date: August 1, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

15. Jeb Corporation

[Docket No. ER94-1432-000]

    Take notice that on July 1, 1994 JEB Corporation (JEB) tendered for 
filing pursuant to Rule 205, 18 CFR 385.205, a petition for waivers and 
blanket approvals under various regulations of the Commission and for 
an order accepting its FERC Electric Rate Schedule No. 1.
    JEB intends to engage in electric power and energy transactions as 
a marketer and a broker. In transactions where JEB sells electric 
energy it proposes to make such sales on rates, terms, and conditions 
to be mutually agreed to with the purchasing party. JEB is not in the 
business of generating, transmitting, or distributing electric power.
    Comment date: July 28, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

16. PSI Energy, Inc.

[Docket No. ER94-1434-000]

    Take notice that PSI Energy, Inc. on July 6, 1994, tendered for 
filing an Interchange Agreement, dated June 1, 1994, between PSI and 
Enron Power Marketing, Inc. (Enron).
    The Interchange Agreement provides for the following service 
between PSI and Enron:

1. Exhibit A--Power Sales by Enron
2. Exhibit B--Power Sales by PSI

    Copies of the filing were served on Enron Power Marketing, Inc., 
Texas Public Utility Commission and the Indiana Utility Regulatory 
Commission.
    Comment date: July 28, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

17. Carolina Power & Light Company

[Docket No. ER94-1444-000]

    Take notice that on July 13, 1994, Carolina Power & Light Company 
tendered for filing Exhibit A to the Power Supply and Coordination 
Agreement between CP&L and Public Works Commission of the City of 
Fayetteville.
    Comment date: July 29, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

18. Reading Municipal Light Department

[Docket No. TX94-6-000]

    Take notice that on July 5, 1994, Reading Municipal Light 
Department (RMLD) filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 
an application requesting that the Commission order Bangor 
Hydroelectric Company; Boston Edison Company; Town of Braintree 
Electric Light Department; Central Maine Power Company; Commonwealth 
Energy System; The Connecticut Light and Power Company; Eastern 
Utilities Associates; Fitchburg Gas & Electric Light Company; City of 
Holyoke Gas & Electric Department; Holyoke Water Power Company; New 
England Electric System; Public Service Company of New Hampshire; 
Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant; United Illuminating Company; Vermont 
Electric Power Company; and Western Massachusetts Electric Company 
(collectively, the ``PTF Owners'') to provide transmission services 
pursuant to Section 211 of the Federal Power Act, a request for waiver 
an alternative petition for declaratory relief (the ``Application'').
    The transmission service sought by RMLD in the Application is:
    1. Pool-Wide network transmission service, of precisely the same 
kind and character as is presently available under Sec. 13.2(b) of the 
NEPOOL Agreement;
    2. Over transmission facilities rated 69 kV or above, previously or 
hereafter constituting Pool Transmission Facilities (PTF) within the 
definition presently contained in Section 13.1 of the NEPOOL Agreement;
    3. At a pool-wide rate established in accordance with the 
methodology set forth in Secs. 13.4, 13.5 and 13.9 of the NEPOOL 
Agreement;
    4. To be used for the transfer of an ownership interest or output 
entitlement of RMLD in a generating unit having a gross rating of 25 MW 
or higher, as to which the appropriate committee operating under the 
NEPOOL Agreement has not unreasonably withheld such designation as may 
be necessary to permit RMLD to acquire an ownership interest or output 
entitlement consistent with the requirements of Mass. Gen. Laws. ch. 
164A; and
    5. With Economy Flow, Scheduled Outage, Unscheduled Outage, 
Deficiency service and other hour-to-hour service provided by NEPEX 
under the terms of the NEPOOL Agreement, as referenced in Sec. 13.2(a).
    The initiation and termination dates for the service requested, and 
the total amount of transmission service requested, are not presently 
determinable with precision. The service sought will not become 
effective unless the proposed Thirtieth Amendment to the NEPOOL 
Agreement, currently pending before the Commission in Docket No. ER93-
985-000, becomes effective. If the Thirtieth Amendment becomes 
effective, RMLD expects: (1) To require the availability of the service 
requested in the Application within approximately five years; (2) that 
the exact initiation and termination dates of the service will depend 
on the nature of the ownership interest or output entitlement that RMLD 
acquires in the generating unit or units described in item 4 above; and 
(3) that the total amount of transmission capacity requested will be 
within the range historically required by RMLD under Section 13.2(b) of 
the NEPOOL Agreement.
    Comment date: August 3, 1994, in accordance with Standard Paragraph 
E at the end of this notice.

Standard Paragraphs

    E. Any person desiring to be heard or to protest said filing should 
file a motion to intervene or protest with the Federal Energy 
Regulatory Commission, 825 North Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. 
20426, in accordance with Rules 211 and 214 of the Commission's Rules 
of Practice and Procedure (18 CFR 385.211 and 18 CFR 385.214). All such 
motions or protests should be filed on or before the comment date. 
Protests will be considered by the Commission in determining the 
appropriate action to be taken, but will not serve to make protestants 
parties to the proceeding. Any person wishing to become a party must 
file a motion to intervene. Copies of this filing are on file with the 
Commission and are available for public inspection.
Lois D. Cashell,
Secretary.
[FR Doc. 94-17964 Filed 7-22-94; 8:45 am]
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