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Market Shows Up in Force for CA Sonoran Pipeline

The proposed Sonoran Pipeline project crossed its first hurdle yesterday as potential shippers expressed interest in an adequate amount of capacity on the proposed 1,030-mile gas pipeline. However, the market seemed to make those hurdles a bit taller as gas prices closed in on $2 in the Rockies and plummetting to nearly $5 at the border.

June 8, 2001

NYISO: Blackouts Unlikely for Big Apple, State

The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) last Thursday expressed confidence that both New York City and the state as a whole should be able to avoid blackouts this summer, but then acknowledged the Big Apple will have a “razor-thin” positive margin starting in July.

June 4, 2001

NYISO: Blackouts Unlikely for Big Apple, State

The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) yesterday expressed confidence that both New York City and the state as a whole should be able to avoid blackouts this summer, but then acknowledged the Big Apple will have a “razor-thin” positive margin starting in July.

June 1, 2001

Generators Say FERC Study Should Include Utility Data

Several generators recently expressed a willingness to cooperate with FERC as the Commission mulls how best to gather data related to generator outages in California, but they also questioned why FERC is not casting a wider net to include data from investor-owned utilities (IOUs) in the state.

May 21, 2001

FPL Says It May Have To Reevaluate RTO Plans

In the wake of recent concerns expressed by Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC) staff related to Florida Power & Light Co.’s participation in GridFlorida, a regional transmission organization being formed by FPL and several other Florida utilities, FPL on Friday said that it may have to take a second look at its RTO plans.

May 7, 2001

FPL Says It May Have To Reevaluate RTO Plans

In the wake of recent concerns expressed by Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC) staff related to Florida Power & Light Co.’s (FPL) participation in GridFlorida, a regional transmission organization (RTO) being formed by FPL and several other Florida utilities, FPL on Friday said that it may have to take a second look at its RTO plans.

May 7, 2001

Davis: PG&E Creditors May Deal with State

The creditors’ committee in the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. bankruptcy has “expressed interest” in the deal established with Southern California Edison Co., and the governors’ negotiators are in contact with that body, California’s governor told attendees at a J.P. Morgan technology conference in San Francisco Monday. The governor said he hopes to be able to sell the first increment of the state’s multi-billion-dollar revenue bonds very soon.

May 1, 2001

Industry Tries to Cool Regulators’ Concerns

State regulators and consumer advocates expressed deep concernover high gas prices last week at the winter committee meetings ofthe National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners inWashington, D.C. But industry officials said record drillingefforts will eventually solve the problem and already may be havingan impact.

March 5, 2001

CA Crisis Dominates Abraham Confirmation Hearing

Judging from the comments expressed at yesterday’s Senateconfirmation hearing for Energy Secretary nominee Spencer Abraham,California isn’t likely to get much help from the Republicans inCongress for its ailing electricity market, but the Bush WhiteHouse could offer some hope.

January 19, 2001

Nymex ‘Outraged’ Over Passage of Futures Bill

The New York Mercantile Exchange expressed outrage Friday overpassage of H.R. 4541 by the House of Representatives on Thursday.The Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000 would exemptelectronic energy derivatives trading from regulatory oversight.

October 23, 2000