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Energy Companies Contribute Millions to Hurricane Victims

Energy companies that have been either directly or indirectly affected by the destruction from Hurricane Katrina have contributed millions of dollars so far to the American Red Cross to fund relief efforts.

September 1, 2005

Duke, ConocoPhillips Complete $1.1B DEFS Restructuring

Duke Energy and ConocoPhillips completed a restructuring of their ownership in Duke Energy Field Services with Duke Energy receiving, directly and indirectly through its ownership interest in DEFS, $1.1 billion in cash and assets from ConocoPhillips and ConocoPhillips receiving a 19.7% stake in the field services company. The transaction creates an equal 50% share in DEFS for both companies.

July 12, 2005

Dynegy Reorganizes Investor Relations Department

Dynegy on Thursday announced that it would reorganize its business structure to require Investor Relations to report directly to CEO Bruce A. Williamson. In conjunction with the news, Peter J. Wilt was named vice president of investor relations and Norelle V. Lundy as director of investor relations.

April 12, 2004

DOE Will Take Credit Cards and Process Import, Export Applications on the Web

The Department of Energy (DOE) has activated a major E-government initiative that will streamline the federal government’s process for authorizing imports and exports of natural gas, using the Internet and credit cards.

November 17, 2003

DOE Will Take Credit Cards and Process Import, Export Applications on the Web

The Department of Energy (DOE) has activated a major E-government initiative that will streamline the federal government’s process for authorizing imports and exports of natural gas, using the Internet and credit cards.

November 11, 2003

SMD, Less Reliance on Hydro Could be Answer to Western Power Markets

Given its widespread dependence on hydroelectric power, directly and indirectly, the western United States may need a combination of active hedging, demand-response and some version of the federally sponsored standard market design (SMD), according to a report, “The Western Energy Market: Inherent Risk and Market Solutions,” sponsored by a merchant energy association.

March 24, 2003

SMD, Less Reliance on Hydro Could be Answer to Western Power Markets

Given its widespread dependence on hydroelectric power, directly and indirectly, the western United States may need a combination of active hedging, demand-response and some version of the federally sponsored standard market design (SMD), according to a report, “The Western Energy Market: Inherent Risk and Market Solutions,” sponsored by a merchant energy association.

March 20, 2003

Duke Energy Names Fowler President, COO

Duke Energy Corp.’s board of directors has elected Fred J. Fowler as president and chief operating officer, reporting directly to Chairman and CEO Richard B. Priory, the company announced Monday.

December 9, 2002

Duke Energy Names Fowler President, COO

Duke Energy Corp.’s board of directors has elected Fred J. Fowler as president and chief operating officer, reporting directly to Chairman and CEO Richard B. Priory, the company announced Monday.

December 5, 2002

CA AG Sues PG&E; CPUC Presents Another Reorganization Plan

Following up directly on state regulators’ actions earlier last week, California’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against bankruptcy-preoccupied Pacific Gas and Electric Co. last Thursday, alleging that the utility’s proposed Chapter 11 federal bankruptcy reorganization plan would violate the state’s “unfair competition law.” The California Public Utilities Commission President Loretta Lynch immediately praised the AG’s lawsuit, and said the CPUC will join the state AG’s suit against the utility.

January 14, 2002