PJM, Pipelines Join Forces to Improve Electricity-NatGas Operational Planning RSS Feed

David Bradley July 31, 2015

PJM Interconnection has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with nine major gas pipeline companies that serve power generators in its footprint to work together to improve operational planning and address the growing interdependence of the electricity and gas markets.

The pipelines — Columbia Gas Transmission, Dominion Cove Point LNG, Dominion Transmission, National Fuel Gas Supply Corp., Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America, Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co., Texas Eastern Transmission, Texas Gas Transmission and Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. — “currently serve certain gas-fired power generators within the PJM footprint, generators who often do not hold primary firm contracts for services rendered to these generators,” according to the MOU.

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