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Proposed Process Paper for Control of Vector

Authorisation for the Control of Supply of Natural Gas Distribution Services by Vector Ltd and Powerco Ltd Proposed Process Paper

17 November 2005

Purpose

This Paper describes the Commerce Commission’s (the Commission) proposed approach for issuing the final determination for the authorisation of the supply of gas distribution services by Vector Ltd (Vector) and Powerco Ltd (Powerco). Interested Parties are invited to submit comments on the proposed approach by 8 December 2005.

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