McMoRan (MMR) Exploration Co., Phosphate Resource PartnersLimited Partnership (PLP) and its administrative managing generalpartner IMC Global Inc. (IGL) said PLP and IGL have resolved anddismissed with prejudice their lawsuit against MMR and four formerdirectors of Freeport-McMoRan Inc.
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A FERC administrative law judge (ALJ) has agreedTranscontinental Gas Pipe Line was well within its rights when itdenied ANR Pipeline an additional interconnection to its mainlinesystem in Louisiana, saying that Transco’s action did notdiscriminate, violate antitrust principles or cause ANR to losebusiness.
A FERC administrative law judge (ALJ) has agreedTranscontinental Gas Pipe Line was well within its rights when itdenied ANR Pipeline an additional interconnection to its mainlinesystem in Louisiana, saying Transco’s action neither wasdiscriminatory, caused ANR to lose business nor violated antitrustprinciples.
FERC last week upheld an administrative law judge’s partialinitial decision denying KN Interstate Gas’s (KNI) request to rollin the costs associated with the construction of its Pony ExpressLine and Kansas City Line.
A recent administrative action in New York that would subjectthe delivery of electricity, including power purchased fromthird-party suppliers, to the state’s sales tax has the potentialto undermine fledgling efforts to restructure the retail powermarket, say utilities and marketers.
A new administrative decision subjecting transportation ofelectricity to New York’s sales tax has the potential to underminethe state’s fledgling efforts to restructure its retail powermarkets, says the head of a trade group representing energymarketers and other suppliers.
American Electric Power (AEP) and Central and South West (CSW)said a recommendation from an Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC)administrative law judge creates a procedural hurdle, but “does notquestion the merits of the merger” of the companies and should notdelay its completion.
A California Public Utility Commission administrative law judgehas recommended approval of the proposed Pacific Enterprises-EnovaCorp. merger, citing potential savings of $288 million spread overfive years and divided equally between ratepayers and shareholders.