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Natural Gas Not Best Source of Hydrogen’s Expansion as Energy Source

Everyone from President George W. Bush on down who is touting a hydrogen-based energy future is undecided about how it will be accomplished, but natural gas is always part of the equation, and that may have to change, according to an ExxonMobil official.

May 4, 2004

Semco Names Former CSFB Energy Chairman as New CEO

George A. Schreiber, former chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston’s (CSFB) Global Energy Group, has been named president and CEO of Semco Energy and has been appointed to the Semco board. Schreiber replaces Marcus Jackson, who resigned in December after the board determined that new leadership was needed because the company had not reached certain financial goals (see NGI, Dec. 8, 2003).

March 15, 2004

Semco Names Former CSFB Energy Chairman as New CEO

George A. Schreiber, former chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston’s (CSFB) Global Energy Group, has been named president and CEO of Semco Energy and has been appointed to the Semco board. Schreiber replaces Marcus Jackson, who resigned in December after the board determined that new leadership was needed because the company had not reached certain financial goals (see Daily GPI, Dec. 4, 2003).

March 11, 2004

El Paso’s Anticipated Shareholder Meeting Tuesday

With the annual shareholder meeting scheduled for 2 p.m. CST Tuesday in Houston’s George R. Brown Convention Center, El Paso Corp.’s incumbent board of directors will know then whether they will remain in control of the massive energy services corporation or whether they will be replaced by a tenacious group of energy professionals.

June 16, 2003

El Paso’s Anticipated Shareholder Meeting at Hand

What’s an El Paso Corp. shareholder to do? With the annual shareholder meeting scheduled for 2 p.m. CST Tuesday in Houston’s George R. Brown Convention Center, the incumbent board of directors will know in less than 48 hours whether they will remain in control of the massive energy services corporation or whether they will be replaced by a tenacious group of energy professionals.

June 16, 2003

FERC, CFTC Budgets Higher; Feds Factor in Future ANWR Revenue

President George W. Bush last Monday targeted additional funding for energy infrastructure and oversight activities in his $199.4 million budget request for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for fiscal 2004.

February 10, 2003

FERC, CFTC Budgets Higher; Feds Factor in Future ANWR Revenue

President George W. Bush on Monday targeted additional funding for energy infrastructure and oversight activities in his $199.4 million budget request for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for fiscal 2004.

February 4, 2003

Wood: Ex-FERC Regulators ‘Played Role’ in His TX PUC Post, Not Lay

It was two former FERC commissioners who “actually played a role” in getting then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush to consider a relative unknown at the time, Patrick Wood III, for the position of state regulator, Wood disclosed last Thursday, in an attempt to dispel reports that long-time Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay pulled political strings for him.

March 4, 2002

Wood: Ex-FERC Regulators Recommended Him for TX PUC, Not Lay

It was two former FERC commissioners who recommended to then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush that he appoint a relative unknown at the time, Patrick Wood III, as a state regulator, Wood disclosed Thursday, dispelling reports that long-time Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay pulled political strings to get him the job.

March 1, 2002

Bush Says ‘No’ to Price Caps; CA Files RTO Plan

Capping a week that featured a face-to-face meeting between President George W. Bush and California Gov. Gray Davis in which the president delivered a public and unmistakable ‘no’ to price caps as a way out of the western energy crisis, the Cal-ISO, Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) filed — under protest — their plan to form a single, state regional transmission organization (RTO).

June 4, 2001