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NPC Study Recommends Removal of Offshore Drilling Bans Starting in 2005

Congress in two years should begin to phase out the moratoriums that have prevented producers from drilling in promising natural gas-prone areas of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), the National Petroleum Council (NPC) recommended in its much-anticipated study released Thursday.

June 23, 2005

Arizona Bill Bans Gas Storage in Certain Locations, Blocks El Paso Project

The Arizona Senate last week unanimously voted to ban development of salt dome gas storage facilities within nine miles of a military airport, which places a significant roadblock in front of El Paso Corp.’s proposed 10 Bcf Copper Eagle Gas Storage project.

April 19, 2004

Arizona Bill Bans Gas Storage in Certain Locations, Blocks El Paso Project

The Arizona Senate earlier this week unanimously voted to ban development of salt dome gas storage facilities within nine miles of a military airport, which places a significant roadblock in front of El Paso Corp.’s proposed 10 Bcf Copper Eagle Gas Storage project.

April 16, 2004

FERC Rule Bans Manipulation by Holders of Gas, Power Market Authority

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday issued a final rule that expressly prohibits companies holding natural gas blanket marketing certificates or electric market-based rate authority from engaging in actions that “are intended or foreseeably could manipulate” energy prices and markets.

November 17, 2003

FERC Rule Bans Manipulation by Holders of Gas, Power Market Authority

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday issued a final rule that expressly prohibits companies holding natural gas blanket marketing certificates or electric market-based rate authority from engaging in actions that “are intended or foreseeably could manipulate” energy prices and markets.

November 14, 2003

Coast Guard Bans Distrigas LNG Shipment into Boston Harbor

The U.S. Coast Guard earlier this week extended its ban on tanker shipments to include a Distrigas liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker into Boston Harbor, saying that the ship will be denied entry until it has provided an “approved safety and security plan and all response agencies are confident that appropriate safety and security measures are in place.”

September 28, 2001
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