Mulls

Kinder Morgan Accelerates Export Alternative to Keystone

While the White House mulls over environmental opposition against TransCanada Corp.’s proposed Keystone Pipeline into the United States, work is accelerating in Canada on an oilsands export alternative with the potential to alter North American outlooks for oil and natural gas alike.

October 31, 2011

Kinder Morgan Accelerates Export Alternative to Keystone

While the White House mulls over environmental opposition against TransCanada Corp.’s proposed Keystone Pipeline into the United States, work is accelerating in Canada on an oilsands export alternative with the potential to alter North American outlooks for oil and natural gas alike.

October 31, 2011

Entergy-Koch Trading Unit Mulls Possible Sale or New Partner

Entergy Corp. and Koch Industries Inc. puzzled investors and financial analysts last week with the news that they were conducting a “broad review” of their energy trading operations in the United States that could eventually lead to a sale or the addition of a third party.

June 14, 2004

Bowing to GAO Criticism, FERC Mulls the Collection of More Data from Energy Companies

FERC announced last Wednesday it was launching a broad-based review of its information-collection activities to determine what additional data it will need to bolster its oversight and monitoring of the electricity and natural gas industries. The effort in part is a response to unfavorable General Accounting Office (GAO) reports last year and in 2002, which found the Commission’s oversight and enforcement record to be lax.

March 8, 2004

Bowing to GAO Critique, FERC Mulls the Collection of More Data from Energy Companies

FERC said Wednesday it is launching a broad-based review of its information-collection activities to determine what additional data it will need to bolster its oversight and monitoring of the electricity and natural gas industries. The effort is in part a response to unfavorable General Accounting Office (GAO) reports last year and in 2002, which found the Commission’s oversight and enforcement record to be lax.

March 4, 2004

AEP Closes in On Louisiana Intrastate Gas Sale, Mulls HPL Options

American Electric Power (AEP) executives last Tuesday said that the utility is in the final stages of selling Louisiana Intrastate Gas Co. (LIG) and is mulling options related to Houston Pipe Line Co. (HPL), which AEP purchased from now-bankrupt Enron Corp. in 2001.

February 9, 2004

AEP Closes in On Louisiana Intrastate Gas Sale, Mulls HPL Options

American Electric Power (AEP) executives on Tuesday said that the utility is in the final stages of selling Louisiana Intrastate Gas Co. (LIG) and is mulling options related to Houston Pipe Line Co. (HPL), which AEP purchased from now-bankrupt Enron Corp. in 2001 (see Daily GPI, June 4, 2001).

February 4, 2004

FTC Official Cautions FERC on Focusing Only on Unilateral Exercises of Market Power

As FERC mulls possible changes to its approach in examining generation market power in the electric industry, the Commission must not put on blinders and simply focus only on possible unilateral exercises of market power, a top official with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said last week.

January 19, 2004

DOT Mulls High Pressure Waiver for PNGTS in Dense Population Areas

The Department of Transportation (DOT) said it was “considering granting” Portland Natural Gas Transmission System (PNGTS) a waiver of federal regulations that would permit it to continue to operate its pipeline at its established maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) even though two sections of its system now run through high-population density areas.

December 8, 2003

DOT Mulls High Pressure Waiver for PNGTS in Dense Population Areas

The Department of Transportation (DOT) said it was “considering granting” Portland Natural Gas Transmission System (PNGTS) a waiver of federal regulations that would permit it to continue to operate its pipeline at its established maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) even though two sections of its system now run through high-population density areas.

December 4, 2003
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