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Pennsylvania Companies Win $60,000 in Shale Gas Innovation Contest

Three Pennsylvania-based companies were awarded $20,000 each this month at the sixth annual Shale Gas Innovation Contest in Pittsburgh for liquefied natural gas (LNG), borehole imaging and pipeline sensor technologies.

May 16, 2017

TransCanada Loses Round in Mainline Toll Battle

TransCanada Corp. has lost the second round of its years-long contest with natural gas shippers over proposed restructuring of finances and services for its shaky Mainline from Alberta to Ontario, Quebec and export routes to the Midwest and eastern United States.

June 17, 2013

It’s Strike Two for TransCanada in Mainline Toll Battle

TransCanada Corp. has lost the second round of its years-long contest with natural gas shippers over proposed restructuring of finances and services for its shaky Mainline from Alberta to Ontario, Quebec and export routes to the Midwest and eastern United States.

June 14, 2013

Murkowski’s Senate Seniority Hangs in Balance

It’s been more than a week since Alaska’s write-in candidate Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) declared victory in the fiercely fought contest with Republican challenger and Tea Party-backed candidate Joe Miller and the Alaska Republican Party embraced her as the winner, but Miller has refused to concede — a move that could damage the state’s interests on Capitol Hill (see Daily GPI, Nov. 19).

November 30, 2010

Former Dynegy Controller Claims Illegal Accounting Suggested

Dynegy Inc. last week said it would “vigorously contest” allegations by a former executive that he was fired for refusing to manipulate the company’s profits and losses in the third quarter of 2000. Bradley Farnsworth, former controller, filed the lawsuit Friday, claiming COO Steve Bergstrom asked him to engage in illegal practices involving natural gas trades in the United Kingdom. The lawsuit does not allege that Dynegy actually manipulated the books, and apparently, Farnsworth does not know if Dynegy had done so.

August 12, 2002

Dynegy Disputes Charges of Former Controller

Dynegy Inc. said Monday that it plans to “vigorously contest” allegations by a former executive that he was fired for refusing to manipulate the company’s profits and losses in the third quarter of 2000. Bradley Farnsworth, former controller, filed the lawsuit Friday, claiming COO Steve Bergstrom asked him to engage in illegal practices involving natural gas trades in the United Kingdom. The lawsuit does not allege that Dynegy actually manipulated the books, and apparently, Farnsworth does not know if Dynegy had done so.

August 6, 2002

Traders, IPPs Kill TransCanada Toll Hike

Gas traders and independent power producers won an early roundin a long, many-sided contest developing before the National EnergyBoard over costs of excess capacity created by the Canadianpipeline expansion wave.

January 8, 2001

Traders, IPPs Convince NEB to Kill TransCanada Toll Hike

Gas traders and independent power producers won an early roundin a long, many-sided contest developing before the National EnergyBoard over costs of excess capacity created by the Canadianpipeline expansion wave.

January 8, 2001

Shippers Contest NGPL’s Auctions

Producers and marketers have accused Natural Gas Pipeline Co. ofAmerica (NGPL) of conducting its capacity auctions in an illegalmanner and are looking to FERC to overturn the results of a recentauction and to prevent the re-occurrence of the alleged violationsin the future.

October 13, 1999