Consumer

Pennsylvania Won’t Regulate Small Gathering Lines, for Now

An effort to give Pennsylvania regulators more oversight over intrastate pipelines likely won’t extend to gathering lines in remote corners of the state, but would instead create a registry of those rural pipelines.

March 2, 2011

Coalition Urges CFTC to Act Swiftly on Speculative Limits

A coalition of trade groups, business and consumer advocates has called on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to move forward with its proposal to set limits on speculation in commodity markets.

December 23, 2010

Coalition Urges CFTC to Narrowly Tailor Reform Rules

A broad coalition of industry, trade and consumer advocacy groups has called on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to narrowly interpret the sweeping Wall Street Reform Act when proposing and implementing rules.

November 8, 2010

Coalition Urges CFTC to Narrowly Tailor Reform Rules

A broad coalition of industry, trade and consumer advocacy groups has called on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to narrowly interpret the sweeping Wall Street Reform Act when proposing and implementing rules.

November 8, 2010

California Gas-Buying Power Utility Likes Shale Boom

There is very little not to like about shale gas from the perspective of Southern California Edison Co. (SCE), one of the largest electric utilities in the nation and the consumer of 2% of the nation’s annual natural gas demand and 17% of California’s demand. For SCE shale is a “game-changer” and a buffer against wholesale gas price spikes.

November 8, 2010

Large Gas-Buying Power Utility Likes Shale Boom

There is very little not to like about shale gas from the perspective of Southern California Edison Co. (SCE), one of the largest electric utilities in the nation and the consumer of 2% of the nation’s annual natural gas demand and 17% of California’s demand. For SCE shale is a “game-changer” and a buffer against wholesale gas price spikes.

November 5, 2010

Large Gas-Buying Power Utility Likes Shale Boom

There is very little not to like about shale gas from the perspective of Southern California Edison Co. (SCE), one of the largest electric utilities in the nation and the consumer of 2% of the nation’s annual natural gas demand and 17% of California’s demand. For SCE shale is a “game-changer” and a buffer against wholesale gas price spikes.

November 4, 2010

California’s Chief Regulator Blasts Consumer Group

The president of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) Thursday criticized the state’s oldest consumer utility group for its accusations regarding how Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has spent hundreds of millions of dollars designated for past pipeline maintenance work.

September 24, 2010

Ernst & Young: ‘Considerable Uncertainty’ in Energy Industry

Signs of economic stability surfaced at the end of March, but the Gulf of Mexico oil spill followed less than a month later followed by “less than positive” consumer and business confidence reports, which created “considerable uncertainty for the oil and gas industry,” according to a new report by Ernst & Young LLP.

August 2, 2010

Ernst & Young: ‘Considerable Uncertainty’ for Energy Industry

Signs of economic stability surfaced at the end of March, but the Gulf of Mexico oil spill followed less than a month later followed by “less than positive” consumer and business confidence reports, which created “considerable uncertainty for the oil and gas industry,” according to a new report by Ernst & Young LLP.

July 29, 2010