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PG&E Facing More San Bruno Scrutiny

Resolution of proposed penalties of up to $2.25 billion for San Francisco-based Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) may not come this year after a state regulatory administrative law judge (ALJ) asked for additional data on how any eventual penalties might affect finances. In addition, the specter of a criminal case has emerged.

August 5, 2013

Halcon to Spend ‘Significant Time’ in Utica

Halcon Resources Corp. said an exploratory well targeting the Utica Shale has been producing more than 2,000 boe/d. The company said it plans to spend “significant time” in the play, where it has the acreage to drill up to 500 gross wells.

August 5, 2013

Capacity Market Still Challenging Boardwalk

Capacity recontracting continued to weigh on Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP revenues during the second quarter, but “every year, we seem to work out a little bit more of the problem,” CEO Stan Horton told analysts during an earnings conference call.

August 5, 2013

Capacity Constraints in Marcellus Restrict Transco

Williams on Thursday restricted some natural gas pipeline services on its mainstay Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line LLC (aka Transco) because of capacity constraints in the Pennsylvania portion of the Marcellus Shale.

August 5, 2013

Cool Temps, Gas Surplus Send August Bidweek Down 21 Cents

This year’s unseasonably cool summer in parts of the eastern United States and a natural gas supply glut brought on by the country’s shale production boom are continuing to put downward pressure on natural gas prices, as evidenced byNGI’s August Bidweek Survey. The national spot gas average for the month dropped 21 cents from July to average $3.45/MMBtu.

August 1, 2013

Northeast Leads ‘Free Fallin’ July Bidweek

With screen prices at a three-month low it’s no surprise that July bidweek came in a bit soft.NGI’s National Spot Gas Average for July bidweek came in at $3.66, a 48-cent decline from June 2013, but 94 cents higher than the July 2012 bidweek average.

July 1, 2013


NGI Daily Price Index reported last week that Potomac ElectricPower Co. hoped to sell nearly all of its power generationfacilities — with an estimated capacity of at about 6,055 MW —for an “upside price” of about $3 million. Pepco later correctedthe figure to $3 billion. Pepco further said it hoped to narrow thefield of serious bidders to between six and a dozen by March.

February 8, 2000


In NGI’s story, “El Paso Pulls Off FTC-Required Sellathon” inthe previous issue (see NGI, Jan. 10), it is erroneously statedthat CMS Energy Corp. purchased both the Sea Robin pipeline and ashare of the Destin Pipeline from El Paso Energy. CMS onlypurchased Sea Robin whereas the Destin Pipeline was sold to anundisclosed party. NGI regrets the error.

January 17, 2000
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