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ILP Flowchart

The Integrated Licensing Process (ILP) was approved through FERC regulations issued July 23, 2003 (18 CFR Part 5). This licensing process formally begins when an applicant files with FERC a Notice of Intent (NOI) and a Pre-Application Document (PAD). In the ILP, a rigorous timeline is initiated once the NOI and PAD are filed. This timeline is detailed below in the ILP flowchart developed by FERC.

The flowchart is divided into two sections: Pre-Application Activity and Post-Filing Activity. The filing of the NOI and PAD represents the beginning of the Pre-Application Activity. These documents must be filed at least five years but not more than five and one-half years before the expiration of the existing license. For Douglas PUD, this window of time is December 2006 to May 2007. The filing of the License Application begins the Post-Filing Activity.

Douglas PUD filed its Final License Application with the FERC on May 27, 2010. The FERC license for the Wells Project expires on May 31, 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

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