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Florida Power Issues RFP for 530 MW in 2003

In an attempt to decide between buying third-party capacity orbuilding the facilities to generate the capacity itself, FloridaPower Corp. issued an RFP yesterday, seeking bids from companiesinterested in generating 530 MW for the electric company beginningin Nov. 2003.

January 27, 2000

CPUC, Not FERC, Will Decide Southern Trails’ Fate

Even with favorable momentum at FERC (see NGI, Oct. 11), Questar’s Southern Trails Pipeline won’t get very far without California regulatory help in removing what it views as the main impediment to its locking up multi-year deals with at least three large end-users who currently ship gas on SoCalGas.

October 25, 1999

CPUC, Not FERC, Will Decide Southern Trails’ Fate

Even with favorable momentum at FERC Questar’s Southern TrailsPipeline won’t get very far without California regulatory help inremoving what it views as the main impediment to its locking upmulti-year deals with at least three large end-users who currentlyship gas on SoCalGas.

October 25, 1999

CA Retail Competition: To Be or Not To Be

California, as the nation’s early poster child for energyindustry restructuring, has to bite the bullet and decide if itwants robust retail competition for natural gas and electricity, orwhether it wants to stop where it is now with wholesalecompetition, “declare victory and everyone go home,” said thestate’s top energy regulator, Richard Bilas, an economist andpresident of the California Public Utilities Commission. If itwants retail competition, then the state should consider adoptingsome of the aspects of Georgia’s gas restructuring andPennsylvania’s electricity changes.

October 4, 1999

House to Decide Producer Loan Guarantees

The fate of a $500 million federal loan guarantee program forsmall oil and gas producers and their suppliers (H.R. 1664), okayedby the Senate earlier this month, is still up in the air as themeasure heads for a U.S. House-Senate conference committee and avote in the House.

June 28, 1999

House to Decide Producer Loan Guarantees

The fate of a $500 million federal loan guarantee program forsmall oil and gas producers and their suppliers (H.R. 1664), okayedby the Senate last week, is still up in the air as the measureheads for a U.S. House-Senate conference committee and a vote inthe House.

June 23, 1999

PA Legislature to Decide PGW’s Fate

While Pennsylvania’s gas deregulation bill for residential andsmall commercial customers has grabbed most of the focus on thestate’s gas industry, the fate of Philadelphia’s embattledmunicipal gas utility, Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW), also will bedecided during the current legislative session. A movement hasarisen in both the state Senate and the House of Representatives toattach an amendment onto the deregulation bill, which would shiftPGW control from the city government-selected Gas Commission to thePennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PUC).

June 14, 1999

PA Legislature to Decide PGW’s Fate

While Pennsylvania’s gas deregulation bill for residential andsmall commercial customers has grabbed most of the focus from thestate’s gas industry, the fate of Philadelphia’s embattledmunicipal gas utility, Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW), will also bedecided during the current legislative session. A movement hasarisen in both the state Senate and the House of Representatives toattach an amendment onto the deregulation bill which will shift PGWcontrol from the city government-selected Gas Commission to thePennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PUC).

June 10, 1999

ANR Eugene Island Expansion Still Uncertain

ANR Pipeline has yet to decide whether to proceed with expansionof its Eugene Island system in the Gulf of Mexico in the wake of aFERC order upholding a previous decision that approved the projectbut put ANR at risk for its cost. “I think all I can say at thispoint is we’re continuing to review the order and consider ouroptions,” an ANR spokesman said Friday.

October 26, 1998
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