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Title 10Chapter IISubchapter APart 205


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER II—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

SUBCHAPTER A—OIL

PART 205—ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SANCTIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§205.1
Purpose and scope.
§205.2
Definitions.
§205.3
Appearance before the DOE or a State Office.
§205.4
Filing of documents.
§205.5
Computation of time.
§205.6
Extension of time.
§205.7
Service.
§205.8
Subpoenas, special report orders, oaths, witnesses.
§205.9
General filing requirements.
§205.10
Effective date of orders.
§205.11
Order of precedence.
§205.12
Addresses for filing documents with the DOE.
§205.13
Where to file.
§205.14
Ratification of prior directives, orders, and actions.
§205.15
Public docket room.
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Subparts B-E [Reserved]

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Subpart F—INTERPRETATION

§205.80
Purpose and scope.
§205.81
What to file.
§205.82
Where to file.
§205.83
Contents.
§205.84
DOE evaluation.
§205.85
Decision and effect.
§205.86
Appeal.
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Subparts G-J [Reserved]

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Subpart K—RULINGS

§205.150
Purpose and scope.
§205.151
Criteria for issuance.
§205.152
Modification or rescission.
§205.153
Comments.
§205.154
Appeal.
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Subpart L—[RESERVED]

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Subpart M—CONFERENCES, HEARINGS, AND PUBLIC HEARINGS

§205.170
Purpose and scope.
§205.171
Conferences.
§205.172
Hearings.
§205.173
Public hearings.
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Subpart N—[RESERVED]

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Subpart O—NOTICE OF PROBABLE VIOLATION, REMEDIAL ORDER, NOTICE OF PROPOSED DISALLOWANCE, AND ORDER OF DISALLOWANCE

§205.190
Purpose and scope.
§205.191
[Reserved]
§205.192
Proposed remedial order.
§205.192A
Burden of proof.
§205.193
Notice of Objection.
§205.193A
Submission of ERA supplemental information.
§205.194
Participants; official service list.
§205.195
Filing and service of all submissions.
§205.196
Statement of objections.
§205.197
Response to statement of objections; reply.
§205.198
Discovery.
§205.198A
Protective order.
§205.199
Evidentiary hearing.
§205.199A
Hearing for the purpose of oral argument only.
§205.199B
Remedial order.
§205.199C
Appeals of remedial order to FERC.
§§205.199D-205.199E
[Reserved]
§205.199F
Ex parte communications.
§205.199G
Extension of time; Interim and Ancillary Orders.
§205.199H
Actions not subject to administrative appeal.
§205.199I
Remedies.
§205.199J
Consent order.
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Subparts P-T [Reserved]

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Subpart U—PROCEDURES FOR ELECTRICITY EXPORT CASES

§205.260
Purpose and scope.
§§205.261-205.269
[Reserved]
§205.270
Off-the-record communications.
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Subpart V—SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR DISTRIBUTION OF REFUNDS

§205.280
Purpose and scope.
§205.281
Petition for implementation of special refund procedures.
§205.282
Evaluation of petition by the Office of Hearings and Appeals.
§205.283
Applications for refund.
§205.284
Processing of applications.
§205.285
Effect of failure to file a timely application.
§205.286
Limitations on amount of refunds.
§205.287
Escrow accounts, segregated funds and other guarantees.
§205.288
Interim and ancillary orders.
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Subpart W—ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM PERMITS AND REPORTS; APPLICATIONS; ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SANCTIONS

Application for Authorization to Transmit Electric Energy to a Foreign Country

§205.300
Who shall apply.
§205.301
Time of filing.
§205.302
Contents of application.
§205.303
Required exhibits.
§205.304
Other information.
§205.305
Transferability.
§205.306
Authorization not exclusive.
§205.307
Form and style; number of copies
§205.308
Filing schedule and annual reports.
§205.309
Filing procedures and fees.

Application for Presidential Permit Authorizing the Construction, Connection, Operation, and Maintenance of Facilities for Transmission of Electric Energy at International Boundaries

§205.320
Who shall apply.
§205.321
Time of filing.
§205.322
Contents of application.
§205.323
Transferability.
§205.324
Form and style; number of copies.
§205.325
Annual report.
§205.326
Filing procedures and fees.
§205.327
Other information.
§205.328
Environmental requirements for Presidential Permits—Alternative 1.
§205.329
Environmental requirements for Presidential Permits—Alternative 2.

Report of Major Electric Utility System Emergencies

§205.350
General purpose.
§205.351
Reporting requirements.
§205.352
Information to be reported.
§205.353
Special investigation and reports.

Emergency Interconnection of Electric Facilities and the Transfer of Electricity To Alleviate an Emergency Shortage of Electric Power

§205.370
Applicability.
§205.371
Definition of emergency.
§205.372
Filing procedures; number of copies.
§205.373
Application procedures.
§205.374
Responses from “entities” designated in the application.
§205.375
Guidelines defining inadequate fuel or energy supply.
§205.376
Rates and charges.
§205.377
Reports.
§205.378
Disconnection of temporary facilities.
§205.379
Application for approval of the installation of permanent facilities for emergency use only.


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