FARM BUSINESS NEWS
Mon Feb 10, 2014 04:46 PM CST

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued an emergency order on Friday, Feb. 7, requiring Enterprise TE Products Pipeline Company to increase propane shipments from Texas, to the Midwest and Northeast due to tight supply in those regions.

"In this order the commission exercises its emergency powers pursuant to section 1 (15) of the Interstate Commerce Act to require Enterprise TE Products Pipeline Company, LLC to provide priority treatment to propane shipments from Mt. Belvieu, Texas, to locations in the Midwest and Northeast in order to help alleviate a shortage of propane supply in those regions," the ...

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