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Energy: The Perfect Storm that Just Won’t Blow Over

Gas buyers are in panic mode right now and energy service providers are struggling to provide answers to a perfect storm of events that is driving not only natural gas prices into the stratosphere but also the prices of many other fuels.

October 25, 2004

Energy: The Perfect Storm that Just Won’t Blow Over

Gas buyers are in panic mode right now and energy service providers are struggling to provide answers to a perfect storm of events that is driving not only natural gas prices into the stratosphere but also the prices of many other fuels.

October 25, 2004

Energy: The Perfect Storm that Just Won’t Blow Over

Gas buyers are in panic mode right now and energy service providers are struggling to provide answers to a perfect storm of events that is driving not only natural gas prices into the stratosphere but also the prices of many other fuels.

October 25, 2004

Sen. Lieberman Seeks Gas Price Investigation

Seeking answers for why natural gas prices have spiked so high this winter, Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT) concluded 2003 by asking the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to launch an investigation.

January 5, 2004

Experts: Short-Term Gas Supply Situation Has Few Quick Answers

With prices remaining high and conventional supply sources drying up, U.S. producers are finding themselves in a tough situation, where a tightening supply crisis might force prices even higher in the next few years, according to Jim Duncan, director of structured products for ConocoPhillips Gas & Power.

September 15, 2003

OCC Questions ONEOK Turnaround To Turn Over Documents

Citing a need for answers to protect the public, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) on Wednesday questioned the sudden turnaround by officials of Oklahoma Natural Gas (ONG) and its parent company ONEOK after ONEOK Chairman David Kyle offered to turn over documents OCC has requested for months. ONEOK had stalled the request through litigation, and the Oklahoma Supreme Court now has the case before it on whether OCC has the authority to request the company’s internal documents (see NGI, Sept. 10).

October 1, 2001

OCC Questions ONEOK Turnaround To Turn Over Documents

Citing a need for answers to protect the public, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) on Wednesday questioned the sudden turnaround by officials of Oklahoma Natural Gas (ONG) and its parent company ONEOK after ONEOK Chairman David Kyle offered to turn over documents OCC has requested for months. ONEOK had stalled the request through litigation, and the Oklahoma Supreme Court now has the case before it on whether OCC has the authority to request the company’s internal documents (see Daily GPI, Sept. 6).

September 27, 2001

Futures Shed a Dime in Volatile Trade

In a topsy-turvy session that left both bull and bear searching for answers, natural gas futures slipped lower Thursday as traders took profits following Wednesday’s shocking storage news and resultant 37.4-cent advance. At the closing bell yesterday, the September contract was 10.1 cents lower at $3.367.

August 17, 2001

Energy Study Seeks Public Policy Answers

The Hewlett Foundation has announced a $10 million energy initiative that will focus on energy supply and conservation issues in California and the Intermountain West and support the development of comprehensive, balanced and practical national energy policy options.

August 7, 2001

DeFazio Voices Concerns Over Morgan Stanley Capacity Buy

Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR) wants answers from the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) about Morgan Stanley’s purchase of long-term transmission capacity owned by BPA’s transmission line. Among other things, the Oregon lawmaker argues in a recent letter to BPA’s acting administrator that Morgan Stanley’s utilization of only a small fraction of the capacity it purchased could be a sign that the financial services company is attempting to exert market power.

June 18, 2001