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(D) U.S.D.I. Bonneville Power Administration, Docket No. E-9563.
(E) U.S.D.I. Southwestern Power Administration, Docket No. E-7201.
(F) U.S.D.I. Southeastern Power Administration, Docket No. E-6957.
(G) Tenneco InterAmerica, Docket No. CP77–561.
(A) Maine Public Service Co., Docket No. E-6751. (ERA Docket No. IE-78–1).
(B) Northern States Power Co., Docket No. E-9589, (ERA Docket No. IE-78 2).
(C) Arizona Public Service Co., Docket No. IT-5331. (ERA Docket No. IE-78
(D) Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., Docket No, E-7022. (ERA Docket No. IE-77-6).
(E) Maine Public Service Co., Docket No. IT-6027. (ERA Docket No. PP-12).
(F) Boise Cascade, Docket No. E-7765. (ERA Docket No. PP-52).
(G) Bonneville Power Administration, Docket No. IT-5959. (ERA Docket No. PP-10).
(H) EPR-Oregon (Geothermal Steam Leases).
(I) EPR-Utah (Geothermal Steam Leases).
(J) EPR-Idaho (Geothermal Steam Leases).
(K) EPR–Oregon (Geothermal Steam Leases).
(L) EPR-Idaho (Geothermal Steam Leases).
(A) Implementation of sections 382(b) and 382(c) of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1975. Docket No. RM77-3.
(C) Procedures for the Filing of Federal Rate Schedules Docket No. RM779.
(iv) Project withdrawals and power site revocations:
(A) Project 1021, 1226, 1606, and 1772– (Wyoming/U.S. Forest Service (Applicant).
(B) Project Nos. 1021, 1226, 1606, and 1772—(Wyoming)U.S. Forest Service (Applicant).
(C) Project Nos. 220 and 691—(Wyoming)
Cliff Gold Mining Co. (Appli. cant for P-691) The Colowyo Gold Mining Co. (Applicant for P-220).
(D) Project No. 1203—(Wyoming/F. D. Foster (Applicant).
(E) Project No. 1241—(Wyoming/F. B. Hommel (Applicant).
(F) Project No. 847—(Oregon)-H. L. Vorse (Applicant).
(G) Project No. 907—(Colorado S. B. Collins (Applicant).
(H) Project No. 941—(Colorado)-Marian Mining Company (Applicant).
(I) Project Nos. 347 and 418(Colorado)Jones Brothers (Applicant for P-347) Frank Gay et al. (Applicant for P-418).
(J) Project Nos. 373, 521, 937, 1024, 1415, 1546, 1547, and 1025
U.S. Forest (Applicant).
(K) Project No. 163—(Colorado James F. Meyser and Edward E. Drach (Applicants).
(L) Project Nos. 385, 445, 506, 519, 1220, 1296, 1418, 1519, 1576, 1615, 1616, 1618, 1678, 1682, and 1750—(Colorado)U.S. Forest Service (Applicant).
(M) DA-117—(Alaska)Bureau of Land Management (Applicant).
(N) Project No. 114—(Alaska) Elizabeth H. Graff et al. (Applicant).
(0) DA-222—(Washington)Bureau of Land Management (Applicant).
(P) DA-562—(Oregon)U.S. Geological Survey (Applicant).
(Q) DA-601—(Idaho)Bureau of Land Management (Applicant),
(R) DA-509—(Colorado)Fed. Highway Admin. (Applicant).
(S) DA-616—(Idaho)U.S. Forest Service (Applicant).
(T) DA-14(South Carolina)U.S. Forest Service (Applicant).
(U) DA-1116—(California)U.S. Geological Survey (Applicant).
(V) DA-154—(Arizona)—U.S. Geological Survey (Applicant).
(B) New Form Nos: 151, Docket No. RM76-19. 153, Docket No. RM76–27. 154, Docket No. RM76-33. 156, Docket No. RM76-32. 157, Docket No. RM76-21. 158, Docket No. RM76_31. 159, Docket No. RM76-23. 160, Docket No. RM76-20. 161, Docket No. RM76-26. 162, Docket No. RM76–34. 155, Docket No. RM76–28. 163, Docket No. RM76-30. 164, Docket No. RM76-25.
(W) DA-1098—(California)Merced Irrigation District (Applicant).
(c) Proceedings transferred to the Commission. There are hereby transferred to the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission the following proceedings:
(1) From the Interstate Commerce Commission:
(1) Ex Parte No. 308—Valuation of Common Carrier Pipelines.
(11) I&S 9164—Trans Alaska Pipeline System-Rate Filings (including I&S 9164 (Sub-No. 1), NOR 36611, NOR 36611 (Sub-No. 1), NOR 36611 (Sub-No. 2), NOR 36611 (Sub-No. 3), NOR 36611 (Sub-No. 4)).
(iii) I&S 9089_General Increase, December 1975, Williams Pipeline Company.
(iv) I&S 9128—Anhydrous Ammonia, Gulf Central Pipeline Company.
(v) NOR 35533 (Sub-No. 3)Petroleum Products, Southwest & Midwest Williams Pipeline.
(vi) NOR 35794—Northville Dock Pipeline Corp. et al.
(vii) NOR 35895—Inexco Oil Company v. Belle Fourche Pipeline Co. et al.
(viii) NOR 36217–Department of Defense v. Interstate Storage & Pipeline Corp.
(1x) NOR 36423_Petroleum Products Southwest to Midwest Points.
(x) NOR 36520_Williams Pipeline Company-Petroleum Products Midwest.
(xi) NOR 36553—Kerr-McGee Refining Corporation v. Texoma Pipeline Co.
(xii) Suspension Docket 67124—Williams Pipe Line Co.-General Increase.
(xiii) Valuation Docket 1423_Williams Pipeline Company (1971–1974 inclusive).
(2) To remain with the Commission until forwarding to the Secretary: The following proceedings will continue in effect under the jurisdiction of the Commission until the timely filing of all briefs on and opposing exceptions to the initial decision of the presiding Administration Law Judge, at which time the Commission shall forward the record of the proceeding to the Secretary for decision on those matters within his jurisdiction:
(1) El Paso Eastern Co., et al., Docket No. CP 77-330, et al.
(11) Tenneco Atlantic Pipeline Co., et al., Docket No. CP 77–100, et al.
(111) Distrigas of Massachusetts Corp., et al., Docket No. CP 70-196, et al.
(iv) Distrigas of Massachusetts Corp., et al., Docket No. CP 77-216, et al.
(v) Eascogas LNG, Inc., et al., Docket No. CP 73 47, et al.
(vi) Pacific Indonesia LNG CO., et al., Docket No. CP74-160, et al., (except as provided in paragraph (c)(3) of this section).
(3) The Amendment to Application of Western LNG Terminal Associates, filed on November 11, 1977, in Pacific Indonesia LNG Co., et al., FPC Docket No. CP74-160, et al., ERA Docket No. 77– 001-LNG, is transferred to the jurisdiction of the Commission until timely filing of all briefs on and opposing exceptions to the Initial Decision of the presiding Administrative Law Judge on that Amendment, at which time the Commission shall forward a copy of the record of that proceeding to the Secretary of Energy for decision on those matters within his jurisdiction. (If the Commission waives the preparation of an initial decision, the Commission will forward a copy of the record after completion of the hearing, or after the timely filing of any briefs submitted to the Commission, whichever occurs later.)
(d) Residual clause. All proceedings (other than proceedings described in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section) pending with regard to any function of the Department of Energy, the Department of Energy, Department of the Interior, the Department of Commerce, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Navy, and the Naval Reactor and Military Applications Programs which is transferred to the Department of Energy (DOE) by the DOE Organization Act, will be conducted by the Secretary. All proceedings (other than proceedings described in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section) before the Federal Power Commission or Interstate Commerce Commission will be conducted by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
(Department of Energy Organization Act, content thereof, reproduced in only one Pub. L. 95-91, 91 Stat. 567 (42 U.S.C. 7101 et
color. seq.); E.O. 12009, 42 FR 46267)
(1) Secretary means the Secretary of (42 FR 55534, Oct. 17, 1977, as amended at 43 DOE. FR 21434, May 18, 1978; 43 FR 21658, May 19, 1978)
§ 1002.3 Custody of otricial seal and
The Secretary or his designee shall:
(1) The official seal and prototypes Subpart A-General
thereof, and masters, molds, dies, and Sec.
all other means of producing replicas, 1002.1 Purpose.
reproductions, and embossing seals; 1002.2 Definitions.
and 1002.3 Custody of official seal and distinguishing flags.
(2) Production, inventory and loan
records relating to items specifled in Subpart B-Official Seal
paragraph (a)(1) of this section; and
(b) Have custody of distinguishing 1002.11 Description of official seal. 1002.12 Use of replicas, reproductions, and
flags, and be responsible for producembossing seals.
tion, inventory, and loan records there
of. Subpart C-Distinguishing Flag 1002.21 Description of distinguishing flag.
Subpart B-Official Seal 1002.22 Use of distinguishing flag.
g 1002.11 Description of official seal. Subpart D-Unauthorized Uses
The Department of Energy hereby 1002.31 Unauthorized uses of the seal and prescribes as its official seal, of which flag.
judicial notice shall be taken pursuant AUTHORITY: 42 U.S.C. 7264.
to section 654 of the Department of En
ergy Organization Act of 1977, 42 U.S.C. SOURCE: 43 FR 20782, May 15, 1978, unless
7264, the imprint illustrated below and otherwise noted.
described as follows: Subpart A-General $1002.1 Purpose.
The purpose of this part is to describe the official seal and distinguishing flag of the Department of Energy, and to prescribe rules for their custody and use. 8 1002.2 Definitions.
For purposes of this part
(a) DOE means all organizational units of the Department of Energy.
(b) Embossing seal means a display of the form and content of the official seal made on a die so that the seal can be embossed on paper or other medium. (a)(1) The official seal includes a
(c) Official seal means the original(s) green shield bisected by a gold-colored of the seal showing the exact form, lightning bolt, on which is emblazoned content, and colors therof.
a gold-colored symbolic sun, atom, oll (d) Replica means a copy of the offi- derrick, windmill, and dynamo. It is cial seal displaying the identical form, crested by the white head of an eagle, content, and colors thereof.
atop a white rope. Both appear on a (e) Reproduction means a copy of the blue field surrounded by concentric cirofficial seal displaying the form and cles in which the name of the agency,
STATES OF AMERICA
in gold, appears on a green background. Detailing is in black.
(2) The colors used in the configuration are dark green, dark blue, gold, black, and white.
(3) The eagle represents the care in planning and the purposefulness of efforts required to respond to the Nation's increasing demands for energy. The sun, atom, oil derrick, windmill, and dynamo serve as representative technologies whose enhanced develop ment can help meet these demands. The rope represents the cohesiveness in the development of the technologies and their link to our future capabilities. The lightning bolt represents the power of the natural forces from which energy is derived and the Nation's challenge in harnessing the forces.
(4) The color scheme is derived from nature, symbolizing both the source of energy and the support of man's existence. The blue field represents air and water, green represents mineral resources and the earth itself, and gold represents the creation of energy in the release of natural forces. By invoking this symbolism, the color scheme represents the Nation's commitment to meet its energy needs in a manner consistent with the preservation of the natural environment. $1002.12 Use of replicas, reproduc
tions, and embossing seals. (a) The Secretary and his designees are authorized to affix replicas, reproductions, and embossing seals to appropriate documents, certifications, and other material for all purposes as authorized by this section.
(b) Replicas may be used only for:
(1) Display in or adjacent to DOE facilities, in Department auditoriums, presentation rooms, hearing rooms, lobbies, and public document rooms.
(2) Offices of senior officials.
(3) Official DOE distinguishing flags, adopted and utilized pursuant to subpart C.
(4) Official awards, certificates, medals, and plaques.
(5) Motion picture film, video tape and other audiovisual media prepared by or for DOE and attributed thereto.
(6) Official prestige publications which represent the achievements or mission of DOE.
(7) Non-DOE facilities in connection with events and displays sponsored by DOE, and public appearances of the Secretary or other designated senior DOE Officials.
(8) For other such purposes as determined by the Director of the Office of Administrative Services.
(c) Reproductions may be used only on:
(1) DOE letterhead stationery.
(2) Official DOE identification cards and security credentials.
(3) Business cards for DOE employees.
(4) Official DOE signs.
(5) Official publications or graphics issued by and attributed to DOE, or joint statements of DOE with one or more Federal agencies, State or local governments, or foreign governments.
(6) Official awards, certificates, and medals.
(7) Motion picture film, video tape, and other audiovisual media prepared by or for DOE and attributed thereto.
(8) For other such purposes as determined by the Director of the Office of Administrative Services.
(d) Embossing seals may be used only on:
(1) DOE legal documents, including interagency or intergovernmental agreements, agreements with States, foreign patent applications, and similar documents.
(2) For other such purposes as determined by the General Counsel or the Director of Administration.
(e) Any person who uses the official seal, replicas, reproductions, or embossing seals in a manner inconsistent with this part shall be subject to the provisions of 18 U.S.C. 1017, providing penalties for the wrongful use of an official seal, and to other provisions of law as applicable.
(f) The official seal is being registered with the World Intellectual Property Organization through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Subpart C-Distinguishing Flag 81002.21 Description of distinguishing
flag. (a) The base or field of the flag shall be white, and a replica of the official seal shall appear on both sides thereof. (d) Letterhead design, except on offcial Departmental stationery.
(e) Matchbook covers, calendars, and similar items.
(f) Civilian clothing or equipment.
(8) Any article which may disparage the seal or flag or reflect unfavorably upon DOE.
(h) Any manner which implies Departmental endorsement of commercial products or services, or of the user's policies or activities.
PART 1003—OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS PROCEDURAL REGULATIONS
Subpart A-General Provisions
(b)(1) The indoor flag shall be of rayon banner, measure 4'4" on hoist by 5'6" on the fly, exclusive of heading and hems, and be fringed on three edges with yellow rayon fringe, 242" wide.
(2) The outdoor flag shall be of heavy weight nylon, and measure either 3' on the hoist by 5' on the fly or 5' on the hoist by 8' on the fly, exclusive of heading and hems.
(c) Each flag shall be manufactured in accordance with U.S. Department of Defense Military Specification Mil-F2692. The official seal shall be screen printed on both sides, and on each side, the lettering shall read from left to right. Headings shall be Type II in accordance with the Institute of Heraldry Drawing No. 5-1-45E. 1002.22 Use of distinguishing flag.
(a) DOE distinguishing flags may be used only:
(1) In the offices of the Secretarial officers, Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and heads of field locations designated below: Power Administrations. Regional Offices. Operations Offices. Certain Field Offices and other locations as
designated by the Director of Administration. (2) At official DOE ceremonies.
(3) In Department auditoriums, offlcial presentation rooms, hearing rooms, lobbies, public document rooms, and in non-DOE facilities in connection with events or displays sponsored by DOE, and public appearances of DOE officials.
(4) On or in front of DOE installation buildings.
(5) Other such purposes as determined by the Director of Administration.
Sec. 1003.1 Purpose and scope. 1003.2 Definitions. 1003.3 Appearance before the OHA. 1003.4 Filing of documents. 1003.5 Computation of time. 1003.6 Extension of time. 1003.7 Service. 1003.8 Subpoenas, special report orders,
oaths, witnesses. 1003.9 General filing requirements. 1003.10 Effective date of orders. 1003.11 Address for filing documents. 1003.12 Ratification of prior directives, or
ders and actions. 1003.13 Public reference room. 1003.14 Notice of proceedings.
1003.20 Purpose and scope. 1003.21 What to fille. 1003.22 Where to fille. 1003.23 Notice. 1003.24 Contents. 1003.25 OHA evaluation. 1003.26 Decision and Order. 1003.27 Appeal of exception order.
Subpart D-Unauthorized Uses
Subpart C-Appeals 1003.30 Purpose and scope. 1003.31 Who may file. 1003.32 What to file. 1003.33 Where to file. 1003.34 Notice. 1003.35 Contents. 1003.36 OHA evaluation. 1003.37 Decision and Order.
g 1002.31 Unauthorized uses of the seal
and flag. The official seal and distinguishing flag shall not be used except as authorized by the Director of Administration in connection with:
(a) Contractor-operated facilities. (b) Souvenir or novelty items.
(c) Toys or commercial gifts or premiums.
1003.40 Purpose and scope. 1003.41 What to file. 1003.42 Where to file. 1003.43 Notice.