Animosity Breaks Out Between AGL, GPSC

The bitter atmosphere existing in Georgia since the GeorgiaPublic Service Commission (GPSC) accused Atlanta Gas Light (AGL) ofovercharging its customers last month intensified last week as theGPSC filed biting pre-testimony for a Feb. 3 hearing, only to haveAGL respond in a public outcry. If the hearing occurs, thecommission expects a decision on the case by Feb. 9.

January 25, 1999

Update of GISB Regs Gets Nod at FERC

FERC last week proposed a rulemaking that would update theexisting consensus standards of the Gas Industry Standards Board(GISB) with respect to confirmation practices, standardization ofinformation on pipeline Internet web sites and electronic datasets[RM96-1-011].

December 21, 1998

Millennium Project to be Delayed Until November 2000

Millennium Pipeline yesterday joined a growing crowd of pipelineexpansions and projects that are being delayed until 2000. Thecompany informed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of therevised project schedule, which calls for some portions of the442-mile pipeline to be constructed in 1999, the balance beingbuilt the following year and service by November 2000. IndependencePipeline, a Millennium competitor, announced a similar delayearlier this year, and Alliance Pipeline said it too was forced toput off transportation services until winter 2000.

June 4, 1998

NGC, Texaco To Combine Liquids Pipelines

NGC Corp. and Texaco signed a memorandum of understandingyesterday to create a new joint venture company that will useexisting gas liquids pipelines to create a 290-mile, bi-directionalnatural gas liquids (NGL) transportation system, extending fromSorrento, LA, to Mont Belvieu, TX.

May 19, 1998

Large Electrics May be Headed Toward Extinction

The majority of existing large electric-related companies willnot be intact a decade from now, says Roger Gale of WashingtonInternational Energy Group. In fact, he anticipates more than halfof the companies will disappear completely.

May 8, 1998
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