§ 60.1. General.
The transportation of natural gas by jurisdictional gas utilities is in the public interest. Transportation service should be provided under terms, conditions and rates which minimize the shifting of costs to retail customers and provide the natural gas utility with an opportunity to recover the fixed costs incurred to serve the transportation service customers. The development of Pennsylvania natural gas should be promoted, because it will achieve benefits that accrue to gas utilities and their customers.
Notes of Decisions
The right of way held by the gas company, lessor, authorized the installation of a meter site and the receiving of gas into the pipeline. Any other interpretation would be contrary to the express terms and purposes of the right of way agreement; it would also be contrary to public policy and the public utility regulations and purposes. Snyder Bros. Inc. v. The Peoples Natural Gas Co., 676 A.2d 1226 (Pa. Super. 1996); appeal denied 686 A.2d 1312 (Pa. 1996).
This section cited in 52 Pa. Code § 60.9 (relating to effective date).
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