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Issued at Washington, DC, on October 31, —How Can the IAB Better Assist the —Belgium
2002. IEA with Oil Issues? —Luxembourg
Rachel M. Samuel, 10. IAB Future Issues —Poland
Deputy Advisory Committee Management A meeting of the IAB will be held on —Revised Schedule of Emergency
Officer. November 12 and 13, 2002, at the Response Reviews for 2003–2004
[FR Doc. 02–28064 Filed 11–4–02; 8:45 am] headquarters of the IEA, commencing at 13. Other Documents for Information
BILLING CODE 6450–01–P 2:30 p.m. on November 12. The purpose —Emergency Reserve Situation of IEA
of this notice is to permit attendance by Member Countries on July 1, 2002
representatives of U.S. company —Emergency Reserve Situation of IEA
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY members of the IAB at a meeting of the Candidate Countries on July 1, 2002
IEA’s SEQ, which is scheduled to be —Monthly Oil Statistics: July 2002
International Energy Agency Meeting held at the same time and location. —Base Period Final Consumption:
The Agenda for the SEQ meeting is 3Q2001—2Q2002
AGENCY: Department of Energy. —Quarterly Oil Forecast: Fourth
under the control of the SEQ. It is
ACTION: Notice of meeting. Quarter 2002
expected that the SEQ will adopt the
following Agenda: —Update of Emergency Contacts List
SUMMARY: The Industry Advisory Board
14. Other Business
(IAB) to the International Energy Tuesday, November 12, 2002, 2:30 p.m. —Information on Ministerial Meeting,
Agency (IEA) will meet on November 2003
12, 2002, at the headquarters of the IEA 1 Adoption of the Agenda
2. Approval of the Summary Record of —Information on Workshop on
in Paris, France, and on November 12– Stockholding, 2003
13, 2002, in connection with a meeting the 105th Meeting
3. The SEQ Program of Work for 2003– —Dates of Next Meetings:
of the IEA’s Standing Group on March 18–20, 2003
2004
Emergency Questions (SEQ). 4. Update on Compliance with June 17–18, 2003
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: International Energy Program (IEP) November 18–20, 2003
Samuel M. Bradley, Assistant General Stockholding Commitments As provided in section 252(c)(1)(A)(ii)
Counsel for International and National —Report by Non-Complying Member of the Energy Policy and Conservation
Security Programs, Department of Countries (Austria, Italy, Act (42 U.S.C. 6272(c)(1)(A)(ii)), this
Energy, 1000 Independence Avenue, Luxembourg, Portugal) meeting is open only to representatives
SW., Washington, DC 20585, 202–586– —Information on French of members of the IAB and their
6738. Stockholding Regulations counsel; representatives of members of
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In —Report on Monthly Oil Statistics the SEQ; representatives of the
accordance with section 252(c)(1)(A)(i) 5. Presentation and Informal Discussion Departments of Energy, Justice, and
of the Energy Policy and Conservation on the Impacts of Supply State, the Federal Trade Commission,
Act (42 U.S.C. 6272(c)(1)(A)(i)) (EPCA), Disruptions in the Middle East the General Accounting Office,
the following notice of meeting is Wednesday, November 13, 2002, 9:30 Committees of Congress, the IEA, and
provided: a.m. the European Commission; and invitees
A meeting of the Industry Advisory of the IAB, the SEQ, or the IEA.
Board (IAB) to the International Energy 6. Information about the Outcome of
Governing Board Discussion on Issued in Washington, DC, October 31,
Agency (IEA) will be held at the 2002.
headquarters of the IEA, 9, rue de la Initial Contingency Response Plan
7. Policy and Legislative Developments Eric J. Fygi,
Fédération, Paris, France, on November
in Member Countries Deputy General Counsel.
12, 2002, from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The
Agenda for the IAB meeting is as —Korea [FR Doc. 02–28167 Filed 11–1–02; 11:25 am]
follows: —United States BILLING CODE 6450–01–P
—European Union
1. Welcome and Review of Agenda —Others
2. Introduction of Attendees 8. The Current Oil Market Situation DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
3. IEA Priorities and Challenges 9. Report on Developments in Non-
—Questions and Answers Member Countries and Energy Information Administration
4. Legal Ground Rules for IAB International Organizations
—Questions and Answers —Report on Oil Stockholding Agency Information Collection
5. IEA Overview and Introduction to the Seminar in Southeastern Europe Activities: Proposed Collection;
Office of Oil Markets and —IEA/ASEAN Oil Security Workshop Comment Request
Emergency Preparedness —Preparation for a Joint IEA/China
6. Joint Oil Data Exercise AGENCY: Energy Information
Seminar on Oil Stocks and
—History and Status Administration (EIA), Department of
Emergency Response
—Role for Companies —Report on International Energy Energy (DOE).
—Questions and Answers Forum, Osaka ACTION: Agency information collection
7. IEA Emergency Response Capability —Report on Joint Oil Data Exercise activities: proposed collection; comment
—IEA’s Role in Oil Crises 10. Report on Annual Meeting of IAB request.
—Role of IAB and Industry Supply and Current Activities of IAB
Advisory Group in an Oil Crisis 11. Other Emergency Response SUMMARY: The EIA is soliciting
—Questions and Answers Activities comments on the proposed
8. SEQ Program of Work Overview —Transport Demand Restraint Study: reinstatement of the Form EIA–871A/I,
—Overview of SEQ Work Plan for Result of Survey and Next Steps and the proposed new EIA–871J, ‘‘2003
2003/2004 —Revised Questionnaire on Commercial Buildings Energy
—Role for IAB in Supporting SEQ Minimum Operating Requirements Consumption Survey.’’
Work Plan 12. Emergency Response Reviews of IEA DATES: Comments must be filed by
9. General Discussion and Candidate Countries January 6, 2003. If you anticipate

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difficulty in submitting comments Energy Consumption Survey’’. CBECS • Reinstating select energy-related
within that period, contact the person collects baseline data on energy building characteristics questions (Form
listed below as soon as possible. consumption and expenditures in EIA–871A) that are of a high priority to
ADDRESSES: Send comments to Martha commercial buildings, and on the CBECS data users. These building
Johnson. To ensure receipt of the energy-related characteristics of those characteristics include building
comments by the due date, submission buildings. To obtain this information, footprint and equipment renovation
by FAX ((202) 586–0018) or e-mail interviews are conducted for a sample of questions.
(martha.johnson@eia.doe.gov) is commercial buildings in the 50 States • Expanding some energy-related
recommended. The mailing address is and the District of Columbia. For building characteristics questions to
Martha Johnson, Survey Manager, EI– buildings in the survey, data are assist in the analysis of the CBECS data.
63/Forrestal Building, U.S. Department collected on the types, amount and cost These questions focus on new energy
of Energy, Washington, DC 20585–0660. of energy consumed in the building, technology and include expanded office
Alternatively, Ms. Johnson may be how the energy is used, structural equipment questions, specifically
contacted by telephone at (202) 586– characteristics of the buildings, related to digital technology, and
1135. activities conducted inside the expanded heating and cooling
buildings that relate to energy use, equipment questions.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: • Reformatting the Building
building ownership and occupancy,
Requests for additional information or energy conservation measures, and Characteristics Questionnaire (Form
copies of any forms and instructions energy-using equipment. The EIA–871A) so that fewer respondents
should be directed to Martha Johnson at information will be collected using are asked all questions.
the address listed above. Computer Assisted Personal
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
III. Request for Comments
Interviewing (CAPI) for the 2003
I. Background CBECS. For those buildings that cannot Prospective respondents and other
II. Current Actions provide energy consumption data for interested parties should comment on
III. Request for Comments the building, the data will be obtained the actions discussed in item II. The
in a mail survey from the suppliers of following guidelines are provided to
I. Background electricity, natural gas, fuel oil and assist in the preparation of comments.
district heat to the building, after ‘‘Please indicate to which form(s) your
The Federal Energy Administration
receiving permission from the building comments apply.’’
Act of 1974 (Pub. L. 93–275, 15 U.S.C.
761 et seq.) and the DOE Organization owner, manager or tenant. This mail General Issues
Act (Pub. L. 95–91, 42 U.S.C. 7101 et survey to the energy suppliers is
mandatory. The data obtained from this A. Is the proposed collection of
seq.) require the EIA to carry out a information necessary for the proper
centralized, comprehensive, and unified survey are available to the public in a
variety of EIA electronic tables and performance of the functions of the
energy information program. This agency and does the information have
program collects, evaluates, assembles, reports at http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/
cbecs. Public use files that have been practical utility? Practical utility is
analyzes, and disseminates information defined as the actual usefulness of
on energy resource reserves, production, screened to protect the identity of the
individual respondents are also information to or for an agency, taking
demand, technology, and related into account its accuracy, adequacy,
economic and statistical information. available electronically at the above web
address. Selected data from the surveys reliability, timeliness, and the agency’s
This information is used to assess the ability to process the information it
adequacy of energy resources to meet are also published in the Monthly
Energy Review and the Annual Energy collects.
near and longer-term domestic B. What enhancements can be made
demands. Review.
to the quality, utility, and clarity of the
The EIA, as part of its effort to comply II. Current Actions information to be collected?
with the Paperwork Reduction Act of
1995 (Pub. L. 104–13, 44 U.S.C. chapter This will be a proposed reinstatement As a Potential Respondent to the
35), provides the general public and of a previously approved collection and Request for Information
other Federal agencies with three-year clearance request to OMB. A. What actions could be taken to
opportunities to comment on collections The request in the expiration data will help ensure and maximize the quality,
of energy information conducted by or extend the EIA–871A/J to November 30, objectivity, utility, and integrity of the
in conjunction with the EIA. Any 2005. information to be collected?
comments received help the EIA to Anticipated changes for the 2003 B. Are the instructions and definitions
prepare data requests that maximize the CBECS include: clear and sufficient? If not, which
utility of the information collected, and • A complete redesign of the sample, instructions need clarification?
to assess the impact of collection to include new Primary Sampling Units C. Can the information be submitted
requirements on the public. Also, the (PSU), Secondary Sampling Units (SSU) by the due date?
EIA will later seek approval by the and segments. D. Public reporting burden for this
Office of Management and Budget • Collecting the data in a personal collection is estimated to average
(OMB) under section 3507(a) of the interview (rather than by telephone) approximately 45 minutes per interview
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995. using CAPI. for the building respondent and
The Commercial Buildings Energy • Collecting energy data from a approximately 30 minutes per energy
Consumption Survey (CBECS) has been subsample of establishments within supplier response in those cases where
conducted seven times covering the enclosed shopping malls and strip the data must be collected from the
years 1979, 1983 and 1986 under the shopping centers. energy suppliers (Forms EIA–871C–F).
name of the ‘‘Nonresidential Buildings • Collecting limited energy data from The estimated burden includes the total
Energy Consumption Survey’’, and years university facilities and hospital time necessary to provide the requested
1989, 1992, 1995 and 1999 under the complexes as a whole on Form EIA– information. In your opinion, how
current name, ‘‘Commercial Buildings 871J. accurate is this estimate?

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E. The agency estimates that the only sheets, with an effective date of DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
cost to a respondent is for the time it November 1, 2002:
will take to complete the collection. Federal Energy Regulatory
Third Revised Sheet No. 85 Third Revised
Will a respondent incur any start-up Commission
Sheet No. 86
costs for reporting, or any recurring Third Revised Sheet No. 87 Third Revised [Docket No. RP96–383–044]
annual costs for operation, maintenance, Sheet No. 88
and purchase of services associated with Third Revised Sheet No. 89 Third Revised Dominion Transmission, Inc.; Notice of
the information collection? Sheet No. 90 Negotiated Rate
F. What additional actions could be Third Revised Sheet No. 91 Fourth Revised
taken to minimize the burden of this October 30, 2002.
Sheet No. 92
collection of information? Such actions Take notice that on October 25, 2002,
Third Revised Sheet No. 93
may involve the use of automated, Dominion Transmission, Inc. (DTI) filed
electronic, mechanical, or other DOMAC states that the tariff sheets with the Commission the following
technological collection techniques or modify and extend DOMAC’s SS–1 tariff sheets for disclosure of a recently
other forms of information technology. Storage Service Agreement with Boston negotiated rate transaction:
G. Does any other Federal, State, or Gas. The replacement agreement will be Second Revised Sheet No. 1406
local agency collect similar information? effective on November 1, 2002 and DTI also reserves for future use the
If so, specify the agency, the data extend for a term of two years. following tariff sheets:
element(s), and the methods of
Any person desiring to be heard or to Sheet No. 1401
collection.
protest said filing should file a motion Sheet No. 1402
As a Potential User of the Information to intervene or a protest with the Sheet No. 1403
To Be Collected Sheet No. 1405
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission,
A. What actions could be taken to 888 First Street, NE, Washington, DC DTI states that copies of its letter of
help ensure and maximize the quality, 20426, in accordance with Sections transmittal and enclosures have been
objectivity, utility, and integrity of the 385.214 or 385.211 of the Commission’s served upon DTI’s customers and
information disseminated? Rules and Regulations. All such motions interested state commissions.
B. Is the information useful at the or protests must be filed in accordance Any person desiring to be heard or to
levels of detail to be collected? with Section 154.210 of the protest said filing should file a motion
C. For what purpose(s) would the Commission’s Regulations. Protests will to intervene or a protest with the
information be used? Be specific. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission,
be considered by the Commission in
D. Are there alternate sources for the 888 First Street, NE, Washington, DC
determining the appropriate action to be
information and are they useful? If so, 20426, in accordance with Sections
taken, but will not serve to make 385.214 or 385.211 of the Commission’s
what are their weaknesses and/or protestants parties to the proceedings.
strengths? Rules and Regulations. All such motions
Any person wishing to become a party or protests must be filed in accordance
Comments submitted in response to must file a motion to intervene. This
this notice will be summarized and/or with Section 154.210 of the
filing is available for review at the Commission’s Regulations. Protests will
included in the request for OMB Commission in the Public Reference
approval of the form. They also will be considered by the Commission in
Room or may be viewed on the determining the appropriate action to be
become a matter of public record. Commission’s Web site at http:// taken, but will not serve to make
Statutory Authority: Section 3507(h)(1) of www.ferc.gov using the ‘‘FERRIS’’ link. protestants parties to the proceedings.
the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (Pub. Enter the docket number excluding the Any person wishing to become a party
L. 104–13, 44 U.S.C. chapter 35).
last three digits in the docket number must file a motion to intervene. This
Issued in Washington, DC, October 30, field to access the document. For filing is available for review at the
2002. assistance, please contact FERC Online Commission in the Public Reference
Jay H. Casselberry, Support at FERCOnlineSupport Room or may be viewed on the
Agency Clearance Officer, Statistics and @ferc.gov or toll-free at (866)208–3676, Commission’s Web site at http://
Methods Group, Energy Information or for TTY, contact (202)502–8659. www.ferc.gov using the ‘‘FERRIS’’ link.
Administration. Enter the docket number excluding the
Comments, protests and interventions
[FR Doc. 02–28065 Filed 11–4–02; 8:45 am] last three digits in the docket number
may be filed electronically via the
BILLING CODE 6450–01–P
Internet in lieu of paper. The field to access the document. For
Commission strongly encourages assistance, please contact FERC Online
electronic filings. See, 18 CFR Support at FERCOnlineSupport
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY @ferc.gov or toll-free at (866) 208–3676,
385.2001(a)(1)(iii) and the instructions
on the Commission’s Web site under the or for TTY, contact (202) 502–8659.
Federal Energy Regulatory Comments, protests and interventions
Commission ‘‘e-Filing’’ link.
may be filed electronically via the
[Docket No. RP03–42–000] Linwood A. Watson, Jr., Internet in lieu of paper. The
Deputy Secretary. Commission strongly encourages
Distrigas of Massachusetts LLC; [FR Doc. 02–28179 Filed 11–4–02; 8:45 am] electronic filings. See, 18 CFR
Notice of Tariff Filing 385.2001(a)(1)(iii) and the instructions
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on the Commission’s Web site under the
October 30, 2002. ‘‘e-Filing’’ link
Take notice that on October 24, 2002,
Distrigas of Massachusetts LLC Linwood A. Watson, Jr.,
(DOMAC), tendered for filing as part of Deputy Secretary.
its FERC Gas Tariff, First Revised [FR Doc. 02–28183 Filed 11–4–02; 8:45 am]
Volume No. 1, the following tariff BILLING CODE 6717–01–P

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