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1995

Franks Plans New Pipeline Rules

Despite his promise to the gas industry last year that he wouldn’t change the Pipeline Safety Act of 1995 (see Daily GPI, March 19, 1999), Congressman Bob Franks (R-NJ), chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee — who also is running for a Senate seat in his home state — introduced a bill last week that would do just that. His legislation joined a growing stack of pipeline safety bills that have been introduced this session.

July 24, 2000

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Halliburton announced that Dick Cheney has resumed the role ofchairman and will also continue in his current position as CEO.Joining Halliburton in 1995 as CEO, Cheney served as chairman andCEO from 1996 until the merger between Halliburton and DresserIndustries in September 1998. Cheney will succeed William Bradfordas chairman. Bradford will retire at the end of January after threedecades of dedicated service to Dresser Industries and mostrecently Halliburton.

February 2, 2000

GISB Progress Surfs Internet’s Tidal Growth

Since mid-1995, exponential growth of the Internet has broughtthe number of pages on the World Wide Web from about seven millionto approximately 800 million by mid-1999, according to a statisticcited by Gas Industry Standards Board (GISB) Executive Director RaeMcQuade.

October 4, 1999

GISB Progress Surfs Internet’s Tidal Growth

Since mid-1995, exponential growth of the Internet has broughtthe number of pages on the World Wide Web from about seven millionto approximately 800 million by mid-1999, according to a statisticcited by Gas Industry Standards Board (GISB) Executive Director RaeMcQuade.

September 28, 1999

Merrill Lynch Eyes LDC Merger Targets

There have been 26 natural gas utility mergers announced since1995, with 15 of them coming in the past year and seven in themonth of June alone. And there are “many more” to come, accordingto a Merrill Lynch report released last week.

July 19, 1999

Merrill Lynch Eyes LDC Merger Targets

There have been 26 natural gas utility mergers announced since1995, with 15 of them occurring in the past year and seven in themonth of June alone. And there are “many more” to come, accordingto a Merrill Lynch report released last week.

July 19, 1999
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