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CA Power Crisis Continues In Courts, Legislature

In the nothing-is-really-settled department, the State ofCalifornia was preparing to intervene today in a federal districtcourt in Los Angeles that has been asked to raise utility rates tocover the unpaid costs of wholesale power.

February 12, 2001

Rift Opens Between Mobil, Maritimes

A dispute has erupted in the Canadian courts between affiliatesMobil Oil and the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline. Maritimes hasfiled a lawsuit with the Nova Scotia Supreme Court against Mobil,seeking C$3.29 million, plus C$100,000 in general damages,interest, legal costs and all out-of-pocket expenses.

May 22, 2000

Rift Opens Between Mobil, Maritimes

A dispute has erupted in the Canadian courts between affiliatesMobil Oil and the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline. Maritimes hasfiled a lawsuit with the Nova Scotia Supreme Court against Mobil,seeking C$3.29 million, plus C$100,000 in general damages,interest, legal costs and all out-of-pocket expenses.

May 19, 2000

FERC Bows to Court Ruling on Hinshaw

After much nudging from the courts, state regulators andindustry, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last weekconceded defeat in its battle to justify jurisdiction over a smalllateral in Colorado.

April 3, 2000

FERC Bows to Court on Hinshaw

After much nudging from the courts, state regulators andindustry, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last weekconceded defeat in its battle to justify jurisdiction over a smalllateral in Colorado.

April 3, 2000

FERC OKs El Paso Rate Settlement — Again

After several years of battling, both in the courts and at FERC,the Commission last week finally approved a version of El PasoNatural Gas’ 1996 rate and capacity-turnback settlement that seemedto satisfy all parties involved. But to get to that point, El Pasowas forced to make some big concessions along the way to quellconcerns.

November 15, 1999

FERC OKs El Paso Rate Settlement – Again

After several years of battling, both in the courts and at FERC,the Commission this week finally approved a version of El PasoNatural Gas’ 1996 rate and capacity-turnback settlement that seemedto satisfy all parties involved. But to get to that point, El Pasowas forced to make some big concessions along the way to quellconcerns.

November 12, 1999

Producer-Owned Pan Alberta Opens for Business

After months of negotiations and two years of wrangling inCanadian courts, Pan-Alberta Gas Ltd. has been taken over by theproducers in its supply pool.

December 21, 1998
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