Poll Shows New Jerseyites Favor Natural Gas

New Jerseyites – by a margin of more than two-to-one – favorexpanding an existing natural gas pipeline to serve residents,according to a new public opinion poll that has been dropped intothe controversy over Williams-Transco’s proposed MarketLinkproject.

September 15, 1999

Cogen Market Growth Slows, GRI Says

While natural gas has captured the lion’s share of the expandingcogeneration market in recent years, “the phenomenal growth of[cogeneration in] the past was a one-time event resulting from aunique combination of regulatory and market changes,” according tothe Gas Research Institute’s Marie Lihn.

August 4, 1999

FGT Takes Lead in Race To Serve Generation Market

Florida Gas Transmission (FGT) pulled ahead in the crowded race to serve the expanding gas-fired power generation market in the Florida peninsula when FERC last week issued a favorable preliminary determination on the non-environmental aspects of its Phase IV mainline expansion project.

August 2, 1999

LG&E Picks Up Leading Pipeline Construction Co.

LG&E Energy Corp. positioned itself to take advantage of theexpanding pipeline construction industry last Friday by purchasingCRC Holdings Corp., parent of the pipeline construction equipmentcompany CRC-Evans Pipeline International, for a total of $83.5million. The deal closed last Friday. No layoffs are expected.

July 13, 1999

El Paso Takes Another Stab at Expanding Bondad Line

Believing in the saying that “if at first you don’t succeed, tryagain,” El Paso began a new open season Friday to solicit interestin firm service agreements to move gas on an expansion of theBondad Line in San Juan Basin. A previous attempt at a Bondadexpansion ultimately broke down after FERC rejected some of thetariff provisions last year, leading the primary expansion shipperto withdraw from the project and FERC to vacate its projectcertification (see NGI, Sept. 7, 1998; Oct. 19, 1998; Dec. 14,1998; and Jan. 18, 1999).

February 15, 1999

Tejas, Enterprise Eye Expanding NGL Lines

Depressed gas liquids prices don’t affect the need foradditional liquids transportation capacity in the Gulf of Mexicoregion in the view of two companies that last week joined to expandLouisiana pipeline facilities.

January 11, 1999
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