Pennsylvania Gas Legislation in Limbo

Pennsylvania may have blazed the trail for state electricrestructuring, but it’s still floundering in the quagmire ofnatural gas unbundling. A legislative effort started last year byRep. Frank Tulli, Sen. Jeffrey E. Piccola and several other statelawmakers has stalled while stakeholders continue arguing overdetails in workgroups at the state Public Utility Commission andthe governor grapples with a tough decision over the potential lossof $120 million/year in gross receipts taxes.

October 5, 1998

AGA Moves Headquarters Next Door to Capitol

In an effort to strengthen its ties with regulators, nationalpolicy makers and member companies, the American Gas Association(AGA) announced plans last week to move its headquarters next Marchfrom Arlington, VA, to downtown Washington, D.C. The associationwill take up residence on the fourth floor of the Hall of the Statebuilding’s south tower at 400 N. Capitol Street, which is twoblocks away from the Capitol building and four blocks from FERC.

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