Case Number: 12-0401

  • 08/22/2012
    Service - Order

    Copy of Amendatory Order served electronically to parties.
  • 08/21/2012
    Order Entered - Amendatory

    Amendatory Order entered.
  • 08/01/2012
    Service - Order

    Copy of Final Order served electronically to parties.
  • 07/31/2012
    Order Entered - Final

    Final Order entered.
  • 07/16/2012
    Filing - Motion

    Second Motion for Protective Order to Protect Confidential and Proprietary Information of TERM Power & Gas, LLC, filed by Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP. (Electronic)
  • 07/16/2012
    Filing - Response

    Verified Response of TERM Power & Gas, LLC to Notice of Administrative Law Judge’s Ruling, filed by TERM Power & Gas, LLC. (Electronic)
  • 07/10/2012
    Service - Administrative Law Judge Ruling

    Notice given that the Administrative Law Judge has completed a preliminary review of the application for an alternative gas supplier ("AGS") certificate filed by TERM Power & Gas, LLC d/b/a ENCOA (“Applicant”) in Docket No. 12-0401, and hereby rules that the information required by the Alternative Gas Supplier Law (“AGS Law”) (220 ILCS 5/19-101 et seq.) and the Alternative Gas Supplier Rules (“Rules”) (83 Ill. Adm. Code 551.10 et seq.) and described below shall be filed with the Chief Clerk of the Illinois Commerce Commission ("Commission") on or before July 16, 2012. The response to this ruling shall be verified and must be actually received by the date indicated, regardless of whether the response is filed with the Chief Clerk electronically or as hardcopy. Applicant shall also electronically serve a Word version of its response on the Administrative Law Judge (jvonqual@icc.illinois.gov) by the date indicated. Miscellaneous Requirements -
    1. The Applicant is directed to submit an organizational chart demonstrating its corporate structure (including all affiliated companies). 2. The Applicant is directed to disclose whether any formal complaints or lawsuits have been initiated against it or any of its affiliates for provision of any services in the electric or gas industry in this or any other jurisdiction. If yes, the Applicant is directed to include in its response the entity being complained of, the name of the complainant, the date, the case number if applicable, the nature of the complaint, the jurisdiction, the ultimate resolution or current status, and any corrective actions taken. The settlement of a formal complaint or lawsuit or a stipulation resolving a formal complaint or lawsuit does not excuse the formal complaint or lawsuit from being identified. Part 551 Requirements - 3. Section 551.30(a) of the Rules requires the applicant to publish notice of its application for certification in the Official State Newspaper within 10 days following the filing of the application for certification. The Applicant is directed to file proof of publication with the Clerk of the Commission when the Applicant accomplishes notice of publication. 4. Section 551.90(b) of the Rules states an applicant shall be deemed to possess sufficient technical capabilities to serve customers if it has identified individuals on its staff with demonstrated four years natural gas sales experience and two years experience working with the rules and practices established by the North American Energy Standards Board or its successor. The Applicant has provided information demonstrating that certain individuals meet this requirement. However, these individuals do not work for the Applicant; they appear to work for a parent company, Twin Eagle Resource Management, LLC. The Applicant is directed to provide a copy of the agreements or contracts between these individuals or Twin Eagle Resource Management, LLC and the Applicant or to identify and provide the same required information for in-house staff. 5. Section 551.100(a) states the Applicant shall include in its application an exhibit containing occupational background information on the persons who are being used to meet the requirements of Section 551.100, regarding sufficient managerial capabilities. The Applicant has provided information demonstrating that certain individuals meet this requirement. However, these individuals do not work for the Applicant; they appear to work for a parent company, Twin Eagle Resource Management, LLC. The Applicant is directed to provide a copy of the agreements or contracts between these individuals or Twin Eagle Resource Management, LLC and the Applicant or to identify and provide the same required information for in-house staff. 6. Section 19-110(e)(1)(C) of the AGS Law requires an applicant to certify its commitment of resources to the management of sales and marketing staff, through affirmative managerial policies, independent audits, technology, hands on field monitoring and training, and, in the case of any sales personnel or sales agents, within the State of Illinois, the applicant’s managerial presence within the State. The Applicant is directed to provide the required certification. Notice served electronically to parties.
  • 07/03/2012
    Filing - Proof of Publication

    Proof of Publication, filed by Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP on behalf of TERM Power & Gas, LLC. (Electronic)
  • 06/25/2012
    Filing - Errata

    Errata (by Letter) to Application for Certificate of Service Authority, filed by Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP on behalf of TERM Power & Gas, LLC. (Electronic)
  • 06/22/2012
    Filing - Petition/Application

    Application for Certificate of Service Authority under Section 19-110 of the Public Utilities Act filed by Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP on behalf of TERM Power & Gas, LLC. (electronic)
  • 06/22/2012
    Filing - Motion

    Motion for Protective Order to Protect Proprietary and Confidential Information of TERM Power & Gas, LLC and Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice
    filed by Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP. (electronic)