Natural Gas Stakeholders Working Group
SEARCH Order & Action Plan
Information on the SEARCH Order & Action Plan - Link to the information on the Action Plan and rulemakings.
Investigation into the Natural Gas Supply Market
Final SEARCH Order & Action Plan - The final order on the Stakeholders Working Group (SEARCH) for the Investigation into the Natural Gas Supply Market. Public Meeting of Sept. 11, 2008. Docket No. I-00040103F0002.
Investigatory Order - The order convening the Natural Gas Stakeholders Working Group
Report to General Assembly - The report to the General Assembly on Competition in Pennsylvania's Retail Natural Gas Market
Stakeholders Working Group
Initial Meeting Letter - Letter sent to all interested parties regarding the first Working Group meeting and establishing the subgroups. Dated March 16, 2006.
Pre-Group Waiver Agreement - The draft agreement sets forth the terms and conditions under which the parties agree to participate in a Working Group.
Competitive Market Oversight
After review of the SEARCH Report, the Commission found that it is in the public interest to establish the creation of an Office of Competitive Market Oversight (OCMO) to oversee competition in the retail natural gas supply market.
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- Retail Markets
- Prepare Now for Winter Energy Costs
- Natural Gas Vehicles
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