Informational Postings

All Kern River filings and orders are available on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) eLibrary Web site.

Below are instructions to access eLibrary documents (both active and/or closed), and to subscribe to specific FERC Dockets. Kern River’s active FERC Dockets are also listed below. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact your Kern River Marketing Representative.

Access Documents Issued and Received by FERC

The electronic library (eLibrary) database contains documents submitted to and issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) since 1981. These documents are available at your desktop by using the Internet. Members of the general public are automatically logged on to eLibrary as Guest users and may view public documents. Instructions to search for documents are available on the FERC site, simply paste the following link into your browser and review the Quick Tip document under the “eLibrary Help” options. Once you are familiar with the search criteria, select your search option, fill in the search criteria and submit for search results.

Registering and Subscribing to FERC Dockets

When you register for eSubscription and subscribe to a specific docket, you will be notified via email about all submittals and issuances. You will also be able to retrieve public documents through the links in the emails. Instructions are available on the FERC site, simply paste the following link into your browser and follow the steps.


04/29/2022 Docket No. RP22-873, Pooling Modifications On April 29, 2022, Kern River filed revised tariff sheets with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to reflect revisions to Section 22, Pooling and Title Transfer Tracking, of the General Terms and Conditions of its tariff that will improve the efficiency of effectuating changes to the receipt and delivery points associated with existing supply and market area pools, effective June 1, 2022. Specifically, Kern River proposes to add detailed boundary descriptions to the current supply and market area pools listed in the Tariff, along with a cross reference to Kern River’s Designated Site where a list of associated receipt and delivery points by pool will be maintained. The proposed changes provide an administrative benefit by removing any delay in effectuating a change and eliminating the need for a tariff filing each time there is an update to the list of receipt and delivery points in a pool.

11/10/2021 Docket No. RP22-223, NAESB 3.2 Compliance Filing On November 10, 2021, Kern River submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) a filing to (1) comply with Order No. 587-Z (“Order”) by submitting revised tariff records to incorporate into Kern River’s Tariff Version 3.2 of the business practice standards adopted by the Wholesale Gas Quadrant (“WGQ”) of the North American Energy Standards Board (“NAESB”); and (2) petition the Commission for continuation of the extension of time previously granted to comply with those Electronic Data Interchange (“EDI”) data sets that are not currently being utilized and that have not been requested by Kern River’s customers or other parties, effective June 1, 2022.