Fades

BC Development Apparently Bomb-Proof

As a flurry of well site bombings by still-unknown protesters in 2008 and 2009 fades into history, plans are advancing to accelerate natural gas development near the Dawson Creek starting point of the Alaska Highway in northeastern British Columbia (BC).

September 27, 2010

Bomber Didn’t Thwart BC Development

As a flurry of well site bombings by still-unknown protesters in 2008 and 2009 fades into history, plans are advancing to accelerate natural gas development near the Dawson Creek starting point of the Alaska Highway in northeastern British Columbia (BC).

September 24, 2010

Cash Quotes Soften as Futures Support Fades

With prior-day futures support having disappeared and mild-weather fundamentals coming more into play, nearly all points ranged from flat to down a little more than a dime Wednesday. A small gain by El Paso-Permian was a negligible exception to the overall trend.

March 5, 2004

Prices Firm a Bit Even as Storm Threat to Gulf Fades

Despite chances of Hurricane Isabel entering the Gulf of Mexico continuing to fall, most points ranged from flat to as much as a dime or so higher Monday. The market was spotted with small losses here and there, but the only sizeable one was a dime-plus decline in San Juan Basin.

September 16, 2003

August Drops 24 Cents to $4.84 as Storm Fades, Storage Rises

As tropical depression six fizzled into a tropical wave with slim chances of revival, so did any hope for a gas futures market reversal. The August contract quickly resumed its downward course in overnight trading, and sailed right down through $5 Tuesday morning to a low of $4.84. The contract ended the day down 23.9 cents at $4.868, just a few cents above its daily low. Its daily high of $5.040 was reached just after the opening bell.

July 23, 2003

Enron Clearance Sale Caters to Bargain Hunters, Memorabilia Hounds

As Enron Corp. fades slowly into history the trinkets and trappings that helped create the company’s forceful mystique soon can be had by even ordinary people.

September 24, 2002

Prices Fall as Most Bad Weather Fades; CA Flat

With most markets either in or entering a thawing-out phase, a price retreat from the worst siege of weather in the overall mild winter of 2001/02 was in order Tuesday. Declines between about a nickel and a little more than a dime were most common. The biggest ones came at the points that had been soaring the day before: Northeast and Florida citygates. A minor OFO kept California numbers mostly flat.

March 6, 2002

State Power Bill Fades as CA Utilities’ Debts Mount

While power outages were still viewed as an inevitability thissummer in California, a comprehensive legislative, regulatory andcommercial solution to mounting energy debts was less certain lastweek as reports surfaced that creditors might force bankruptcy onthe state’s two ailing utilities.

March 19, 2001

Peachtree Looks for Options as White Knight Fades

It will be a busy day for Georgia’s gas industry today as twoseparate meetings are being held which promise to go a long way indetermining the fate of the bankrupt Peachtree Natural Gas’ 170,000customers.

November 16, 1999