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Regulatory Compliance

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

We help you understand and meet FERC regulatory obligations, so your projects get approved and stay on track.

What is FERC and NERC?

FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) oversees NERC (North American Electric Reliability Organization), ensuring compliance with environmental regulations and coordinating with other federal and state agencies for project approvals. Understanding and meeting FERC obligations is essential for projects to progress and stay on schedule.

Industry leading expertise to navigate FERC regulations and stay in compliance

Our integrated approach to project design and data collection, and our expertise navigating FERC’s environmental regulations ensures you will effectively meet all required compliance obligations well before your project schedule milestones.  We also efficiently manage coordination between FERC requirements and those of other federal and state agencies to minimize duplication and enable concurrent permitting.   

We provide clients with the strategies, tools, and information needed to comply with FERC regulations during the pre-filing, application and post-filing stages including: 

  • Applications for construction, operation and abandonment of natural gas transmission and storage facilities 
  • Applications for construction and operation of liquified natural gas facilities. 
  • Applications for construction and operation of non-Federal hydropower facilities and associated transmission lines 

Our experts include many former regulators who have invaluable insight into working with Federal and state agencies and who are intimately familiar with the details of applicable statutes, guidelines and permitting requirements.  


Looking for effective FERC compliance solutions?

Turn to the experts at TRC.

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