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(a) In addition to any other information or requirement specified by 3 AAC 48.600 - 3 AAC 48.660, a person requesting a right, power, privilege, or authority provided for in AS 42.06 shall make application to the commission. An application must be in writing, verified under oath, and must contain the following:
(1) the name or names of the applicant;
(2) the name or names of persons the applicant believes in good faith may be affected if the application were granted;
(3) a clear and concise statement of what right, power, privilege, or other authority is being requested;
(4) the statutory citation authorizing the right, power, privilege, or other authorization;
(5) a detailed description of the proposed service to be offered and the pipeline or facility to be constructed, operated, extended, acquired, or abandoned or otherwise modified;
(6) in regard to new construction, the estimated system cost and annual operating expenses, and a description of financing arrangements and projected rates; and
(7) if a substantial change or modification is contemplated in a pipeline or facility or both, a detailed analysis of the projected change in transportation rates.
(b) The commission will mail notice of the application to
(1) every person who has filed a request for notice of applications; and
(2) every person who the commission believes is interested in the proposed application.
(c) The commission will rule on an application filed under this section in accordance with the timelines set out in 3 AAC 48.661, including extensions of those timelines for good cause. The commission will set out findings on good cause in an order extending the deadline.
History: Eff. 6/29/84, Register 90; am 5/5/2000, Register 154
Authority: AS 42.04.080
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