Many energy and regulated utility companies meet requirements set by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to file financial statements on the FERC Form 1 and Form 2 or other applicable forms, prepared under the FERC’s Uniform System of Accounts (USofA). As most companies initially keep their historical books and records based on US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), the GAAP financial statements often form the basis of these FERC financial statements. While there are many similarities between the FERC’s USofA and GAAP, differences do exist. In this helpful guide, we help preparers understand the various differences between the USofA and GAAP.
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Michael (Casey) A. Herman
Energy, Utilities & Mining Co-leader; US Power & Utilities Leader, PwC US
Sean P. Riley
US Energy, Utilities, & Mining Partner, PwC US
US Energy, Utilities & Mining Partner, PwC US
US Energy, Utilities & Mining Managing Director, PwC US