Foreign utility company.

Foreign utility company. The term foreign utility company means any company that owns or operates facilities that are not located in any state and that are used for the generation, transmission, or distribution of electric energy for sale or the distribution at retail of natural or manufactured gas for heat, light, or power, if such company:
(1) Derives no part of its income, directly or indirectly, from the generation, transmission, or distribution of electric energy for sale or the distribution at retail of natural or manufactured gas for heat, light, or power, within the United States; and
(2) Neither the company nor any of its subsidiary companies is a public-utility company operating in the United States.

Source

18 CFR § 366.1


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