Refunds, New Supply Occupy Gov. Davis

California sailed through the last week of June free of blackouts and power alerts as the projections of controlled outages were on the decline as state officials focused on possible refunds through the federal settlement negotiations now ongoing and new power supply projects coming on line in the nick of time.

July 2, 2001

Cal-ISO: ‘It’s the Natural Gas Prices, Stupid!’

Ongoing power price spikes in the California market are directlyrelated to natural gas prices running $60 to $75/MMBtu, accordingto Kellan Fluckiger, COO of the Cal-ISO, who announced another day,Tuesday, of Stage One and Two power alerts.

December 13, 2000

Landowners Get Greater Voice

Landowners – those most directly affected by pipeline projects -were given a greater role in the certificate process last week whenFERC issued a final rule that requires pipes to provide propertyowners with earlier and more-detailed notification of theirprojects.

October 4, 1999

NiSource Takes Offer to Columbia Shareholders

Determined to fight to the end, NiSource took its $68/shareoffer ($5.6 billion) directly to Columbia Energy Group shareholderson Friday. It also filed litigation against Columbia and itsdirectors in the Delaware Chancery Court in an attempt to gain anopportunity to nominate a director to fill a vacant seat onColumbia’s board.

June 28, 1999

NiSource Takes Offer to Columbia Shareholders

NiSource is taking its $68/share offer ($5.6 billion) directlyto Columbia Energy Group shareholders today and said it has filedlitigation against Columbia and its directors in the DelawareChancery Court in an attempt to gain an opportunity to nominate adirector to fill a vacant seat on Columbia’s board. The seat wasvacated in May when one of Columbia’s directors retired, butColumbia failed to call for a shareholder vote on a replacement atits annual meeting last month, NiSource said.

June 25, 1999

Electric Restructuring Becomes Law in Texas

Texas Gov, George W. Bush Friday signed into law a bill torestructure the state’s $19 billion electric industry.

June 21, 1999
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