Infusion

Calpine Accelerates LNG Strategy, Looks at Oregon Site

Looking to help bring down wholesale natural gas prices with an infusion of new Pacific Rim supplies into the West, Calpine Corp. has made the import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) a integral part of its fuel strategy and begun very preliminary analysis of a possible receiving terminal in the far northwest corner of Oregon at the mouth of the Columbia River.

November 16, 2004

Canadian Forecasters See Gas Supplies Flat and Prices Rising

As prospects for a quick infusion of new reserves from the Arctic fade, Canadian’s are expecting higher gas prices and markets are encouraging them to believe they are right with their diagnosis that supplies are tight.

October 4, 2004

Canadian Forecasters See Gas Supplies Flat and Prices Rising

As prospects for a quick infusion of new reserves from the Arctic fade, Canadian expectations of natural gas prices are on the rise and markets are encouraging them to believe they are right with their diagnosis that supplies are tight.

October 4, 2004

Utility Buyout Brewing; Grid Limps On

State legislators debated a “cash infusion” for the financiallytroubled private-sector utilities yesterday in exchange for statetakeover of their transmission and generation assets. AndCalifornia Gov. Gray Davis on Wednesday highlighted a package ofproposed bills to provide $120 million in cash incentives and a 50%tax break to renewable energy and distributed generation developersas a means of fulfilling his promise to add 20,000 MW over the nextthree years.

February 15, 2001
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