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FERC Process

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has the exclusive authority to approve or deny an application for the siting, construction, expansion, or operation of an LNG terminal and interstate natural gas pipeline per the Natural Gas Act.  The FERC is the lead federal agency that will determine whether Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC (CCL) and Cheniere Corpus Christi Pipeline, LP (CCPL) will be issued an Order Granting Authority under Sections 3 and 7(c), respectively, of the Natural Gas Act for the construction and operation of the Stage 3 Project.  The FERC will also monitor all construction and restoration activities to ensure that CCL and CCPL comply with all federal, state, and local permits, plans, and regulations.

FERC Citizen's Guide

An Interstate Natural Gas Facility on My Land? The FERC wants you to know:

How FERC’s procedures work;
What rights citizens have;
How the location of a pipeline or other facilities is decided; and
What safety and environmental issues might be involved?

Please read the FERC's Citizen Guide where you will find all this information and more to help you know what you need to know.  You may also find other useful information concerning natural gas pipelines on the FERC’s webpage at:

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