Fledgling

Alberta Experts See Burgeoning Coalbed Methane Development

Canada’s fledgling coalbed methane production is rapidly maturing into an industry force, with a new forecast by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board projecting 25-fold growth over the next 10 years.

September 19, 2005

Jury Selection in Enron Broadband Case Begins

Jury selection began Monday in the upcoming trial of five former Enron Corp. executives who are accused of lying to make the company’s fledgling broadband business appear successful. The former Enron Broadband Systems (EBS) employees face 170 counts of conspiracy, wire and securities fraud, insider trading and money laundering.

April 19, 2005

CA Power Authority Pushes for New Gas, Green Power Plants

California’s fledgling Consumer Power and Conservation Financing Authority (power authority) last week continued its breakneck start-up, announcing its pursuit of various gas-fired and renewable power generation projects that are aimed at giving the state another 3,000 MW online by next summer. In addition, the power authority said it has posted on its web site (www.capowerauthority.ca.gov) a draft request for bids for microturbine, solar and fuel cell projects.

September 24, 2001

PanCanadian Find Could Nearly Double Sable Output

The next growth step for Atlantic Canada’s fledgling natural-gasindustry has popped up on the horizon, in the form of a discoverywith potential to double offshore production and exports to NewEngland. Offshore of Nova Scotia, PanCanadian Petroleum Ltd.expects to know by the end of this year the true size of a gas findin the Sable Island region that it has christened Deep Panuke.

April 3, 2000

PanCanadian Find Could Boost Sable Output

The next growth step for Atlantic Canada’s fledgling natural gasindustry has popped up on the horizon in the form of a discoverywith potential to double offshore production and exports to NewEngland. Offshore of Nova Scotia, PanCanadian Petroleum Ltd.expects to know by the end of this year the true size of a gas findin the Sable Island region that it has christened Deep Panuke.

April 3, 2000

New Tax Could Kill Choice in NY, NEMA Says

A new administrative decision subjecting transportation ofelectricity to New York’s sales tax has the potential to underminethe state’s fledgling efforts to restructure its retail powermarkets, says the head of a trade group representing energymarketers and other suppliers.

January 12, 1999

Late Bidweek Softness Continues Into Aftermarket

The softening trend that developed about halfway through bidweekcarried over to the fledgling August aftermarket. In swing dealsdone Friday for the weekend, quotes at nearly all points were downseveral cents from index levels and often near the bottom end ofbidweek ranges.

August 3, 1998
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