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FERC Concerned With ‘Financial Health’ of Market Participants

While U.S. power markets remain in “fair to good condition,” FERC’s Office of Market Oversight and Investigations (OMI) remains concerned about “continued deterioration in the financial health of market players,” and what that is doing to market liquidity, OMI Chief Bill Hederman said last Wednesday.

July 22, 2002

PPL Corp. Goes West With 1,800 MW

Pennsylvania-based PPL Corp. apparently has been watching itsfair share of westerns as it seems the company has recently takenon a “Go West” theme. This is evidenced by the company’s plans tobuild 1,800 MW of new electricity generation on the left coast atan estimated development cost of $900 million.

December 6, 2000

Retail Marketers Trying to Gain a Foothold in MA

Marketers are making a last-ditch attempt at establishing abeachhead for fair and open competition in the retail energy marketin Massachusetts. They lost a battle earlier this year whenregulators voted to allow utilities to assign portions of upstreamgas transportation and storage capacity to customers who wereseeking alternative suppliers. Marketers now hope they can persuaderegulators to establish a set of minimum standards for utilitytransportation service, not only for the retail customer, but alsofor the new utility customer, i.e., the retail marketer, as well.

December 13, 1999

Retail Marketers Trying to Gain a Foothold in MA

Marketers are making a last-ditch attempt at establishing abeachhead for fair and open competition in the retail energy marketin Massachusetts. They lost a battle earlier this year whenregulators voted to allow utilities to assign portions of upstreamgas transportation and storage capacity to customers who wereseeking alternative suppliers. Marketers now hope they can persuaderegulators to establish a set of minimum standards for utilitytransportation service, not only for the retail customer, but alsofor the new utility customer, i.e., the retail marketer, as well.

December 8, 1999

Altra Throws TransEnergy Into Its Shopping Cart

Not to be outdone by its integrated energy industry brethren,the energy transaction software industry is also conducting itsfair share of consolidation. Altra Energy announced its third majoracquisition of the year last Monday, as the Houston-based softwareprovider entered into a definitive agreement to purchaseTransEnergy. Terms of the deal between the two private companieswere not disclosed, but Paul Bourke, Altra’s CEO, said the combinedcompany’s annual revenue will grow into the $50 to $100 millionrange.

July 5, 1999

Altra Throws TransEnergy into Shopping Cart

Not to be outdone by its integrated energy industry brethren,the energy transaction software industry is also encountering itsfair share of consolidation. Altra Energy announced its third majoracquisition of the year Monday, as the Houston-based softwareprovider entered into a definitive agreement to purchaseTransEnergy. Terms of the agreement between the two privatecompanies were not disclosed, but Paul Bourke, Altra’s CEO, saidthe combined company’s annual revenue will grow into the $50 to$100 million range.

June 29, 1999

Futures Seek Fair Value on Either Side of $2.00

After opening at the pivotal $2.00 level yesterday the Maycontract was held to a tight, 3.5-cent trading range, as tradersseemed willing to sell the prompt contract on moves above $2.00 andbuy the market on moves below $2.00. And similar to the priceaction, yesterday’s close had something for everyone. Bulls foundsolace in the market’s ability to finish above $2.00, while bearswere optimistic following the market’s second-straight day oflosses. May slipped 1.7 cents to $2.013.

April 7, 1999
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