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What Do You Like About Working There?Nothing. I worked in Houston in natural gas pipelines both interstate and intrastate and know how they work as well as a oil producer company. FERC destroyed the natural pipeline business and what it is currently doing now at the hand of Dick, an economist, who has many attorneys monitoring the industry is ridiculous, wrong and a nightmare. A web of horrible laws and regulations have been built up by administrators at FERC who are impossible to control, and have destroyed the industry. Ignorance did not stop them, and there were no laws in place authorizing what they did from Congress in the natural gas industry. The Supreme Court finally blessed the disaster they had made because it felt it could not be undone. It can. FERC should go back to the regulations it had, and back to the rules and the laws in the early 1980s. They worked well for natural gas pipelines, producers, industries, utilities and city customers throughout the entire country. Show More
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On average, employees at Federal Energy Regulatory Commission stay with the company for 2.9 years. Employees most commonly join Federal Energy Regulatory Commission after leaving US Army. When they leave Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, they most frequently get their next job at Science Applications International ....
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Edison Electric Institute4.4 years
Federal Reserve System3.9 years
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission2.9 years
PJM Interconnection2.0 years
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