Come April Fool’s Day it will be no joke. Nearly 200,000 Georgianatural gas customers who haven’t paid their winter heating billsrisk losing their service, and the threat is so real that theGeorgia Public Service Commission (PSC) is warning consumersdelinquent in their payments to contact their marketers now. ThePSC’s moratorium on nonpayment shutoffs, enacted Jan. 17, expiresthe first day of next month.
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Due to unforeseen circumstances that haven’t been in its favor,ANR Pipeline has asked FERC for permission to phase in constructionof the proposed Phase II expansion of its system between theJoliet, IL, hub and market areas in southeastern Wisconsin.
The faces in the top half of NGI’s ranking of the top 20 gasmarketers haven’t changed much but their volumes certainly have, insome cases showing substantial growth. And while only one companyjoined the top-10 for the first time in 1998, nearly every one ofthe biggest players saw its position change in the ranking.
The faces among the top half of Daily GPI’s ranking of the top20 gas marketers haven’t changed much but their volumes certainlyhave, in some cases showing substantial growth. And while only onecompany joins the top-10 for the first time, nearly every one ofthe biggest players saw its position change in the ranking. (Seepage 4)
The role the Natural Gas Supply Association “provides is unique,and our members haven’t given us any indication that they areanything but pleased,” said Rebecca McDonald, this year’s chair ofthe organization and the future senior vice president of global gasmarketing for BP-Amoco. McDonald was questioned by NGI aboutpersistent rumors that NGSA, which originally was created topromote the decontrol of natural gas, would be disbanded and itsfunctions rolled into the American Petroleum Institute. McDonaldsaid the two organizations address very different issues, with APIfocusing on upstream oil and gas and NGSA involved mainly indownstream activities. “NGSA has done a good job with a difficulttask.”