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Breathitt Eyes Two-Pronged Approach to NOPR Issues

Instead of trying to tackle head-on all the issues before it inits review of the short-term and long-term transportation markets,Commissioner Linda Breathitt has proposed that FERC first issue alimited final rule addressing the less-controversial issues andsave the more complex items for later. “From what I’ve read in thecomments [filed at FERC], the approach I am proposing appears to beone that many in the market could support,” she said in a recentspeech to the American Gas Association Legal Forum in La Jolla, CA.

July 26, 1999

Coral Dives into LNG Market

Coral Energy jumped head first into a new arena last Friday withits purchase of 2.8 Bcf of liquefied natural gas (LNG) fromMalaysia LNG Sdn. Bhd. The shipment will be delivered to CMS’ LakeCharles, LA, LNG import facility later this month. Terms of thetransaction were not released.

July 12, 1999

Coral, Aided by Shell, Dives into LNG Market

Coral Energy jumped head first into a new arena last Friday withits 2.8 Bcf purchase of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from MalaysiaLNG Sdn. Bhd. The shipment will be delivered to CMS’ Lake Charles,LA, LNG import facility later this month. Terms of the transactionwere not released.

July 12, 1999

Larcamp to Head New FERC Office

Daniel L. Larcamp was appointed director of the Office ofMarkets, Tariffs and Rates at the Federal Energy RegulatoryCommission (FERC). The office and position were created as part ofinternal restructuring at the Commission under the FERC Firstprogram. Larcamp has served as senior counsel and policy advisor toFERC Chairman James. J. Hoecker on electric power issues sinceAugust.

May 31, 1999

Larcamp to Head New FERC Markets Office

Daniel L. Larcamp was appointed director of the Office ofMarkets, Tariffs and Rates at the Federal Energy RegulatoryCommission (FERC). The office and position were created as part ofinternal restructuring at the Commission under the FERC Firstprogram.

May 28, 1999

Initial Futures ‘Head Fake’ Higher Fools Nobody

After an early attempt to take out prior highs was rebuffedyesterday, natural gas futures trickled down to easily establish anew low for the week at $2.19. Bears were egged on by a number offactors, which include a rapidly deteriorating technical pictureand expected weekend physical demand fall-off, sources agreed. TheJune contract finished at $2.218, down 3.6 cents for the day.

May 21, 1999

Oil and Gas Prospectors Head for Yukon Territory

Canada’s Yukon Territory aims to start a new Klondike rush -this time for natural gas, and oil too if there is any, in Canada’svast northwestern corner next to Alaska.

April 26, 1999
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