Combines

Tennessee Seeks to Place Entire Northeast Project in Service

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. Monday sought authorization to place the remaining portion of its Northeast Supply Diversification (NSD) Project in service on Nov. 1. The request came only days after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the start-up of a portion of the NSD facilities to provide service to three shippers beginning Oct. 1 (see Shale Daily, Sept. 24).

October 2, 2012

FERC OKS Interim Service on Tennessee Marcellus Project

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. got the go-ahead from FERC Thursday to start up facilities that will enable it to provide interim firm transportation service to three shippers on its Northeast Supply Diversification (NSD) Project beginning Oct. 1, one month ahead of the in-service date for the entire project.

September 24, 2012

Group Challenges Pennsylvania Air Quality Regulations

An environmental group is challenging how Pennsylvania combines air emissions from interconnected Marcellus Shale infrastructure for regulatory purposes.

February 24, 2012

Plains Buying Nuevo in $945M Stock-for-Stock Deal

In a move that combines two leading California oil operators and achieves significant operational synergies, costs savings and cash flow benefits, Plains Exploration & Production Co. (PXP) announced that it is buying Nuevo Energy Co. in a stock-for-stock transaction valued at $945 million, including debt assumption, or about $28.05 per Nuevo share ($4.54/boe).

February 16, 2004

Plains Buying Nuevo in $945M Stock-for-Stock Deal

In move that combines two leading California oil operators and achieves significant operational synergies, costs savings and cash flow benefits, Plains Exploration & Production Co. (PXP) announced that it is buying Nuevo Energy Co. in a stock-for-stock transaction valued at $945 million, including debt assumption, or about $28.05 per Nuevo share and $4.54/boe.

February 13, 2004

ChevronTexaco Combines E&P Technology with Energy Research

ChevronTexaco unveiled a new company on Monday, the Energy Technology Co. (ETC), which will combine the oil and gas major’s exploration and production technology and energy research arm as part of a long-term planning effort to meet current and future business needs.

July 22, 2003

Aquila Combines Gas, Power Asset Development

UtiliCorp subsidiary Aquila Energy renamed its gas assetdevelopment group Merchant Energy Partners. It previously was knownas Natural Gas Partners. The change follows a recent reorganizationin which Aquila realigned its asset development activities, placingboth gas and power asset development under one executive. Thecompany will use Merchant Energy Partners for both its gas andpower asset development groups. V.J. Horgan is president of MEP andan Aquila Energy senior vice president.

December 28, 1999

Sempra Combines Promotion and Sales to New Sports Arena

Joining a sports marketing push that is picking up momentumamong energy companies nationally, Sempra Energy has inked acombination energy services and promotional deal with the operatorsof a new basketball-hockey arena being built in downtown LosAngeles. Sempra’s CEO indicated this was just the first of a seriesof “major branding initiatives” the newly formed San Diego-basedutility holding company will be rolling out over the next 12months.

December 7, 1998

Dynegy Combines Generation, Trading Divisions

Dynegy Inc. said yesterday it is combining its power generationoperations with its trading and marketing organization to “furtherdefine and capture opportunities presented by the convergence ofthe gas and power industries.” The new organization will operateunder the name Dynegy Marketing and Trade. Steve Bergstrom willserve as president and chief operating officer.

November 13, 1998