Natural Gas Pipeline Co. v. Panoma Corp.,
349 U.S. 44 (1955)

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Natural Gas Pipeline Co. v. Panoma Corp., 349 U.S. 44 (1955)

Natural Gas Pipeline Co. v. Panoma Corporation

Argued March 28-29, 1955

Decided April 11, 1955*

349 U.S. 44


A State may not fix a minimum price to be paid for natural gas, after its production and gathering has ended, by a company which transports the gas for resale in interstate commerce, because such .sale and transportation are subject to regulation by the Federal Power Commission exclusively.

271 P.2d 354 and 272 P.2d 425 reversed.

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