Launched

Dynegydirect Exceeds $1.5 Billion in Six Weeks

Dynegydirect, the B2B portal and trading site launched by Houston-based Dynegy Inc. that began trading Nov. 1, announced it had exceeded $1.5 billion in online notional transactions by early last week, with more than $1 billion of the energy and communications commodity transactions generated by new customers. The site now has more than 400 registered users (see NGI, Oct. 23).

December 18, 2000

Dynegydirect Exceeds $1.5 Billion in Six Weeks

Dynegydirect, the B2B portal and trading site that was launchedby Houston-based Dynegy Inc. and began trading Nov. 1, has alreadyexceeded $1.5 billion in online notional transactions, with morethan $1 billion of the energy and communications commoditytransactions generated by new customers. The site now has more than400 registered users (see Daily GPI, Oct. 17).

December 12, 2000

Pipeline Competition in Rocky Mountain Region Heats Up

Pipeline competition in the Rockies is heating up with a newpipeline project launched last week by Williams and changes to aplanned extension announced by rival Trailblazer Pipeline.

August 14, 2000

CA Lawmakers Wade into Power Mess

California’s state legislature, which unanimously launchedelectric industry restructuring four years ago, went back to thedrawing board Thursday in Sacramento, examining a series ofmid-course corrections or a spate of re-regulation depending on theviews of different industry sources.

August 11, 2000

Pipeline Competition in Rockies Heats Up

Pipeline competition in the Rockies is heating up with a newpipeline project launched yesterday by Williams and changes to aplanned extension announced by rival Trailblazer Pipeline.

August 8, 2000

CA Governor, CPUC Attack Dysfunctional Power Market

State officials have launched an all-out effort to cure or atleast contain California’s runaway electric power market, sending$100 million in rate relief to customers of San Diego Gas &Electric, putting construction of new power plants on a fast trackand loosening the grip of the California Power Exchange (Cal-PX).

August 7, 2000

CA Governor, CPUC Attack Dysfunctional Market

State officials have launched an all-out effort to cure or atleast contain California’s runaway electric power market, sending$100 million in rate relief to customers of San Diego Gas &Electric, putting construction of new power plants on a fast trackand loosening the grip of the California Power Exchange (Cal-PX).

August 4, 2000

Chevron’s Got the Solution

Chevron has launched its energy services business, Chevron Energy Solutions, building on its purchase of a block of contracts and related assets from the disbanding PG&E Energy Services (see NGI, June 5).

July 31, 2000

Chevron’s Got the Solution

Chevron has launched its energy services business, Chevron EnergySolutions, building on its purchase of a block of contracts andrelated assets from the disbanding PG&E Energy Services (see DailyGPI, June 2).

July 28, 2000

Industry Brief

Atlanta Gas Light Co. (AGLC) launched a pilot program inQuitman, GA, to help the city develop and implement a structuredprocess to enhance its 33-mile gas operating system. Quitman, acity of approximately 5,300 in Brooks County near Valdosta insoutheast Georgia, is not served by AGLC. Service, during the testperiod, is scheduled to begin May 1. AGLC will provide operationsmaintenance support, corrosion control, development of a workmanagement plan, and gas accountability. AGLC also will develop andmanage a compliance inspection plan, including an initial corrosionevaluation. AGLC inspected Quitman’s operations in February.

May 1, 2000