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Ameren, Nicor Gas Sign up for Synthetic Gas Made From Illinois Coal

Ameren and Nicor Gas have signed 20 year contracts to purchase pipeline quality synthetic natural gas starting in 2010 from a coal gasification plant to be built by Power Holdings LLC in Southern Illinois.

July 24, 2006

Ameren, Nicor Gas Sign up for Synthetic Gas Made From Illinois Coal

Ameren and Nicor Gas have signed 20 year contracts to purchase pipeline quality synthetic natural gas starting in 2010 from a coal gasification plant to be built by Power Holdings LLC in Southern Illinois.

July 24, 2006

Some Moderation in Gas Prices Expected in ’06, Calpine Exec Says

Noting his company’s “significantly long” natural gas position from 2010 onward, a Calpine senior executive said Thursday the company has seen some moderation of natural gas prices since the Gulf of Mexico hurricanes, and it is possible prices will go down some more over the full course of next year. The value of the company’s portfolio has increased by an estimated $300 million over the past three months, said Paul Posoli, Calpine executive vice president, during a third-quarter earnings conference call.

November 4, 2005

Imperial CEO Says Regulatory Delays Jeopardizing Mackenzie Pipe

Imperial Oil Ltd. CEO Tim Hearn said Thursday that a 2010 targeted startup for the proposed C$7 billion ($5.6 billion) Mackenzie Valley pipeline may be in jeopardy because of continuing regulatory delays.

April 25, 2005

Imperial CEO Says Regulatory Delays Jeopardizing Mackenzie Pipe

Imperial Oil Ltd. CEO Tim Hearn said Thursday that a 2010 targeted startup for the proposed C$7 billion ($5.6 billion) Mackenzie Valley pipeline may be in jeopardy because of continuing regulatory delays.

April 22, 2005

House Bill Designed to Cut Total U.S. Greenhouse Gases

New legislation introduced in the House Tuesday would cap U.S. aggregate greenhouse gas emissions starting in 2010 at the 2000 level, the impacting the power generation, transportation, industrial manufacturing and other economic sectors (agricultural and residential sectors are exempt).

March 31, 2004

Researcher: LNG Will Meet Shortfall in U.S. Gas Supply

Importing liquefied natural gas is “one part of the solution” to help supply an expected natural gas shortfall of 8 Bcf/d by 2010, according to Houston researcher Industrial Information Resources Inc. (IIR). It noted that by the end of the decade, U.S. consumption will reach 30 Bcf/d, and LNG imports will play an “increasingly important role” to power new natural gas-fired plants now under construction.

July 23, 2001

Researcher: LNG Will Meet Shortfall in U.S. Gas Supply

Importing liquefied natural gas is “one part of the solution” to help supply an expected natural gas shortfall of 8 Bcf/d by 2010, according to Houston researcher Industrial Information Resources Inc. (IIR). It noted that by the end of the decade, U.S. consumption will reach 30 Bcf/d, and LNG imports will play an “increasingly important role” to power new natural gas-fired plants now under construction.

July 18, 2001

Industry Briefs

ANR Pipeline signed agreements with Wisconsin Public ServiceCorp. (WPSC) that will result in the extension to 2010 of firmnatural gas transportation and storage service agreements that werescheduled to expire over the next three years. “These contractextensions reinforce the strong relationship that Wisconsin PublicService and ANR have shared for many years,” said Jeffrey A.Connelly, president and CEO of ANR and senior vice president,natural gas, of parent Coastal Corp. “Wisconsin Public Service isconfident these contracts will continue to provide our customerswith reliable natural gas service at competitive rates into thenext millennium,” said Patrick D. Schrickel, president and chiefoperating officer of Wisconsin Public Service Corporation. Theagreements are subject to regulatory approvals. WPSC is acombination gas and electric utility serving about 225,000 gascustomers and 380,000 electric customers in an 11,000-square-mileservice territory in Wisconsin and upper Michigan.

November 16, 1999
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