Infrastructure

SoCal Demand Soon May Exceed Supply

A new pipeline may be needed in Southern California to eliminateimpending gas supply and infrastructure constraints, which couldbecome critical in the next few years, according to participants ata one-day roundtable last week in San Diego. Demand is expected tofar exceed supply in the burgeoning southern end of California andon both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border, where population,industrial and energy growth are surpassing expectations.

January 31, 2000

SoCal Demand Seen Exceeding Supply in the Near Term

A new pipeline may be needed in Southern California to eliminateimpending gas supply and infrastructure constraints, which couldbecome critical in the next few years, according to participants ata one-day roundtable set up by the California Public UtilitiesCommission (CPUC) Tuesday in San Diego. Demand is expected to farexceed supply in the burgeoning southern end of California and onboth sides of the U.S.-Mexican border, where population, industrialand energy growth are surpassing expectations,

January 27, 2000

Sempra Inks Energy Deal with Auto Parts Firm

Offering to manage energy and related infrastructure services,Sempra Energy’s energy services provider has inked a deal with oneof the nation’s largest auto parts retail chains. Under the dealSempra Energy Solutions will provide energy information and billingmanagement services for 718 retail outlets in 37 states.

May 17, 1999

Sempra Bidding for Fourth Mexican Project

Sempra Energy International is in the running for its third gasproject in Mexico with its bid to build distribution infrastructureto serve the cities of Torreon, Gomez, Palacio, Ciudad Lerdo, andDurango with the La Laguna-Durango system. Mexico’s EnergyRegulatory Commission (CRE) will announce the winning bidder nolater than May 20.

April 13, 1999
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