Critical Energy Infrastructure Information definition

Critical Energy Infrastructure Information means all information, whether furnished before or after the mutual execution of this Agreement, whether oral, written or recorded/electronic, and regardless of the manner in which it is furnished, that is marked “CEII” or “Critical Energy Infrastructure Information” or which under all of the circumstances should be treated as such in accordance with the definition of CEII in 18 C.F.R. § 388.13(c)(1). The Receiving Party shall maintain all CEII in a secure place. The Receiving Party shall treat CEII received under this agreement in accordance with its own procedures for protecting CEII and shall not disclose CEII to anyone except its Authorized Representatives.
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information means any information defined as Critical Energy Infrastructure Information by FERC pursuant to 18 C.F.R. § 388.113, and shall include all Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards (CIP-002 through CIP-009) established by NERC.

Examples of Critical Energy Infrastructure Information in a sentence

  • Any software, products of software or other vendor information that the Transmission Provider is required to keep confidential under its agreements.(2) Confidential Information does not include Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (“CEII”) materials as designated by FERC, which must be obtained in accordance with FERC regulations.

  • Second, MISO argues that much of the information that RGD seeks to require MISO and SPP to include is not appropriate forinclusion on MISO’s public website, as this information often contains confidential information or Critical Energy Infrastructure Information.


More Definitions of Critical Energy Infrastructure Information

Critical Energy Infrastructure Information means specific engineering, vulnerability, or detailed design information about proposed or existing Critical Infrastructure that: (i) relates details about the production, generation, transportation, transmission, or distribution of energy; (ii) could be useful to a person in planning an attack on Critical Infrastructure; and (iii) does not simply give the location of the Critical Infrastructure.
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information or “CEII” means information as defined in 18 C.F.R. § 388.113(c), as may be amended from time to time, about existing and proposed systems or assets, whether physical or virtual, relating to the production, generation, transportation, transmission, or distribution of energy that could be useful to a person in planning an attack on such systems or assets, the incapacity or destruction of which would negatively affect security, economic security, or public health or safety.
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information means 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.
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information or “CEII” means information as defined in 18 C.F.R. § 388.113(c), as may be amended from time to time.
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information means information about proposed or existing critical infrastructure that:
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information means specific engineering, vulnerability, or detailed design information about proposed or existing critical infrastructure that:
Critical Energy Infrastructure Information means information which is classified as critical energy infrastructure information under Part 388 of FERC's rules and regulations.