To Amend the Natural Gas Act (Extends Right of Eminent Domain for Acquisition of Storage Arears).: Hearings...on S. 525...March 3 and April 2, 1954
1954 - 154 pages
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Page 103 - States for the district in which such land or other property may be located, or In the State courts. The practice and procedure in any action or proceeding for that purpose in the district court of the United States shall conform as nearly as may be with the practice and procedure In similar action or proceeding In the courts of the State where the property Is situated : Provided, That United States district courts shall only have jurisdiction of cases when the amount claimed by the owner of the...
Page 11 - Act, to transport special or chartered parties as an incident to the right to engage in the transportation of passengers by motor vehicle in interstate or foreign commerce over a regular route or routes and between fixed termini, whether such regular-route operation is authorized by a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by the Commission, under the first proviso of section 206 (a) or under section 207 (a) of the Interstate Commerce Act.
Page 42 - Commission shall, by regulation, require. "(e) Except in the cases governed by the provisos contained in subsection (c) of this section, a certificate shall be issued to any qualified applicant therefor, authorizing the whole or any part of the operation, sale, service, construction, extension, or acquisition covered by the application...
Page 2 - ... it may acquire the same by the exercise of the right of eminent domain in the district court of the United States for the district in which such land or other property may be located, or in the State courts.
Page 127 - The report was prepared under the general supervision of RA Cattell, Chief, Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch. Bureau of Mines. Washington. DC. and HP Rue, Chief, Fuels Technology Division, Region IV.
Page 27 - Therefore, we believe that it is in the public interest and in the interest of the oil and gas industry that we do not oppose the enactment of S.
Page 136 - ... secured from the Federal Power Commission a certificate of public convenience and necessity...
Page 43 - Commission thereunder, and that the proposed service, sale, operation, construction, extension, or acquisition, to the extent authorized by the certificate, is or will be required by the present or future public convenience and necessity ; otherwise such application shall be denied.
Page 6 - The Office of Management and Budget has advised that, from the standpoint of the Administration's program, there is no objection to the submission of this report for the consideration of the Congress. Sincerely, Rosalind A.
Page 103 - Secretary or to set it aside, in whole or in part. The judgment of the court shall be subject to review by the United States court of appeals for the circuit in which the...