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This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 791 - Repealed. Aug. 26, 1935, ch. 687, title II, § 212, 49 Stat. 847
§ 791a - Short title
§ 792 - Federal Power Commission; creation; number; appointment; term; qualifications; vacancies; quorum; chairman; salary; place of holding sessions
§ 793 - Appointment of officers and employees of Commission; duties, and salaries; detail of officers and employees from other departments; expenditures authorized
§ 793a - Repealed. Pub. L. 87–367, title I, § 103(5), Oct. 4, 1961, 75 Stat. 787
§ 794, 795 - Omitted
§ 796 - Definitions
§ 797 - General powers of Commission
§ 797a - Congressional authorization for permits, licenses, leases, or authorizations for dams, conduits, reservoirs, etc., within national parks or monuments
§ 797b - Duty to keep Congress fully and currently informed
§ 797c - Dams in National Park System units
§ 797d - Third party contracting by FERC
§ 798 - Purpose and scope of preliminary permits; transfer and cancellation
§ 799 - License; duration, conditions, revocation, alteration, or surrender
§ 800 - Issuance of preliminary permits or licenses
§ 801 - Transfer of license; obligations of transferee
§ 802 - Information to accompany application for license; landowner notification
§ 803 - Conditions of license generally
§ 804 - Project works affecting navigable waters; requirements insertable in license
§ 805 - Participation by Government in costs of locks, etc.
§ 806 - Time limit for construction of project works; extension of time; termination or revocation of licenses for delay
§ 807 - Right of Government to take over project works
§ 808 - New licenses and renewals
§ 809 - Temporary use by Government of project works for national safety; compensation for use
§ 810 - Disposition of charges arising from licenses
§ 811 - Operation of navigation facilities; rules and regulations; penalties
§ 812 - Public-service licensee; regulations by State or by commission as to service, rates, charges, etc.
§ 813 - Power entering into interstate commerce; regulation of rates, charges, etc.
§ 814 - Exercise by licensee of power of eminent domain
§ 815 - Contract to furnish power extending beyond period of license; obligations of new licensee
§ 816 - Preservation of rights vested prior to June 10, 1920
§ 817 - Projects not affecting navigable waters; necessity for Federal license, permit or right-of-way; unauthorized activities
§ 818 - Public lands included in project; reservation of lands from entry
§ 819 - Repealed. Aug. 26, 1935, ch. 687, title II, § 212, 49 Stat. 847
§ 820 - Proceedings for revocation of license or to prevent violations of license
§ 821 - State laws and water rights unaffected
§ 822 - Reservation of right to alter or repeal chapter
§ 823 - Repeal of inconsistent laws
§ 823a - Conduit hydroelectric facilities
§ 823b - Enforcement
§ 823c - Alaska State jurisdiction over small hydroelectric projects
§ 823d - Alternative conditions and prescriptions
§ 7101 - Definitions
41 Stat. 1063
Executive Order ... 10485
Executive Order ... 11790
Executive Order ... 12009
Executive Order ... 12038
Title 10 published on 19-May-2018 04:00
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 10 CFR Part 205 after this date.
The U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) is issuing a final rule that establishes procedural regulations concerning the Secretary of Energy's issuance of an emergency order under the Federal Power Act. The statute authorizes the Secretary of Energy to order emergency measures, following a Presidential declaration of a grid security emergency, to protect or restore the reliability of critical electric infrastructure or defense critical electric infrastructure during the emergency. A grid security emergency could result from a physical attack, a cyber-attack using electronic communication, an electromagnetic pulse (EMP), or a geomagnetic storm event, damaging certain electricity infrastructure assets and impairing the reliability of the Nation's power grid. The procedures established by this final rule will ensure the expeditious issuance of emergency orders under the Federal Power Act.
The U.S. Department of Energy is proposing to issue procedural regulations concerning the Secretary of Energy's issuance of an emergency order following the President's declaration of a Grid Security Emergency, under the Federal Power Act, as amended. The proposed procedures, if adopted, are intended to ensure the expeditious issuance of emergency orders under the Federal Power Act.