Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII)

Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII)

According to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) which Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII):

I. CEII Defined
CEII is specific engineering, vulnerability, or detailed design information about proposed or existing critical infrastructure (physical or virtual) that:

  1. Relates details about the production, generation, transmission, or distribution of energy;
  2. Could be useful to a person planning an attack on critical infrastructure;
  3. Is exempt from mandatory disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act; and
  4. Gives strategic information beyond the location of the critical infrastructure.

II. Helpful Resources
In order to familiarize yourself with the Commission’s policy regarding Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII) , please read the Commission’s rulemakings: Order Nos. 702, 630, 630-A, 643, 649 and 683 under our CEII Regulations section.

III. CEII Requests & Exemptions
Visit our Help section to learn how to File a CEII Request.

An Owner/operator of a facility, including employees and officers of the owner/operator, may obtain CEII relating to its own facility directly from Commission staff. Non-employee agents of an owner/operator of such facility may obtain CEII relating to the owner/operator’s facility in the same manner as owner/operators as long as they present written authorization from the owner/operator to obtain such information. 388.113(d)

Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII) Request Logs

Below, you will find the CEII request logs, as released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

 Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII) Request Logs 2011-April of 2016 [276 Pages, 12.6MB]

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