FERC extends deadline for quarterly transaction reports
Originally published January 6, 2014
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has extended the deadline for filing electronic quarterly reports on transactions for the fourth quarter of 2013. In a Dec. 27 order, the commission extended the Jan. 31 deadline until a new web-based electronic filing system is available. The reporting requirement applies to public power utilities with a three-year rolling average of over 4 million megawatt-hours in wholesale electric sales. The commission said it will notify all filers when the web-based filing software is available and will also provide a new deadline for submitting reports for the third and fourth quarters of 2013.
The commission has scheduled a technical conference for Jan. 22 where staff will demonstrate the new filing system for the quarterly reports. The new system includes two options for filing the reports: one that will allow users to file through a web interface on the commission’s website, and a second that will allow users to file reports in an extensible mark-up language (EML) formatted file. FERC staff anticipates that the first filings under the new system (for reports for the third quarter of 2013) will be due sometime around March 1 through March 30. A free webcast of the conference will be available through www.ferc.gov.
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