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Wild Goose Storage Expansion Filed With CPUC

After months of planning and market tests for a proposed expansion of its gas storage facility in Butte County, CA, Wild Goose Storage Inc., a subsidiary of Alberta Energy Co. Ltd., filed an application with the California Public Utilities Commission yesterday to double the field’s size and triple the withdrawal capacity.

June 21, 2001

Sempra, CPUC Take Heat for Opposing New CA Pipes

Sempra Energy and California regulators were put on the hotseat during a Senate hearing last week for their continued opposition to the new interstate pipeline and expansion projects that have been proposed for the natural gas-hungry California market.

May 21, 2001

Sempra, CPUC Take Heat for Opposing New CA Pipes

Sempra Energy and California regulators were put on the hotseat during a Senate hearing yesterday for their continued opposition to the new interstate pipeline and expansion projects that have been proposed for the natural gas-hungry California market.

May 16, 2001

CPUC Okays Additional $1.4 Bil Debt for PG&E

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. was authorized by state regulatorsThursday to borrow an additional $1.4 billion in short-term debt tocover under-collections caused by wholesale power prices exceedingfrozen retail rates the utility is allowed to charge itselectricity customers under the state’s restructuring program.

October 23, 2000

Hoecker: Power Market Fixes Up to CPUC

Although FERC is pulling out the stops to address this summer’s upheaval in California’s bulk power market, Chairman James J. Hoecker made clear last week that most of the responsibility for correcting the dysfunctional electric market lies with the California legislators and regulators who created it.

August 21, 2000

Hoecker: Power Market Fixes Up to CPUC, Governor

Although FERC is pulling out the stops to address problems inthe bulk power market, with an emphasis on California, ChairmanJames J. Hoecker yesterday made clear most of the responsibilityfor correcting the dysfunctional power market lies with theCalifornia legislators and regulators who created it.

August 17, 2000

SoCalGas Files Final Settlement Proposal to CPUC

Once again up against a regulator-imposed deadline, SouthernCalifornia Gas Co. is expected to file today its latest attempt ata final, all-parties settlement in California’s never-ending gasindustry restructuring, which has been dragging on for more thantwo years.

April 3, 2000

SoCalGas Files Final Settlement Proposal to CPUC

Once again up against a regulator-imposed deadline, SouthernCalifornia Gas on Monday is expected to file its latest attempt ata final, all-parties settlement in California’s never-endingnatural gas industry restructuring, which has been dragging on formore than two years.

April 3, 2000

CPUC Delays Unbundling Expansion

In an 11th-hour move yesterday, California regulators delayeduntil August a proposed interim action that would expand naturalgas unbundling and set an aggressive schedule for a final gasrestructuring decision by year end. The proposal, which includesunbundling billing and eliminating any restrictions on current gasaggregation among residential and small business customers, will beconsidered when the California PUC meets again Aug. 6.

July 24, 1998

CPUC Judge Recommends Approval of PE-Enova Merger

A California Public Utility Commission administrative law judgehas recommended approval of the proposed Pacific Enterprises-EnovaCorp. merger, citing potential savings of $288 million spread overfive years and divided equally between ratepayers and shareholders.

February 25, 1998
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