Exxon Mobil Corp. v. FERC, 07-1306
In a petition for review of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) partial denial of a credit against charges for future transmission service to Petitioner utilities, the petition is dismissed where Petitioners lacked standing because FERC's remedy did not actually require the utilities to issue transmission credits.
- Argued 11/14/2008
- Decided 07/07/2009
- Published 07/07/2009
- Before: SENTELLE, Chief Judge, GRIFFITH, Circuit Judge, and RANDOLPH, Senior Circuit Judge.
- For Appellant:
- Ashley C. Parrish and William R. Mapes Jr. argued the causes for Generator Petitioners. With them on the briefs was Neil L. Levy. Marc C. Johnson entered an appearance., Scott B. Grover argued the cause for Utility Petitioners. With him on the briefs were S. Chris Still and Kevin A. McNamee., Thomas D. Samford IV was on the brief for intervenor Alabama Public Service Commission in support of Utility Petitioners., William R. Mapes Jr., Neil L. Levy, and Ashley C. Parrish were on the brief for Generator Intervenors., Joshua Z. Rokach, Erin M. Murphy, S. Chris Still, and Scott B. Grover were on the brief for Utility Intervenors. Lyle D. Larson entered an appearance.
- For Appellees:
- Samuel Soopper, Attorney, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, argued the cause for respondent. On the brief were Cynthia A. Marlette, General Counsel, Robert H. Solomon, Solicitor, and Beth G. Pacella, Senior Attorney.