Cuba Wadlington Jr. has officially assumed the role of presidentand CEO of Williams’ gas pipeline unit. Wadlington succeeded BrianO’Neill, who announced last summer his intention to retireeffective Jan. 1. Wadlington, 56, previously served as executivevice president of Williams’ gas pipeline unit and senior vicepresident and general manager of Williams Gas Pipeline-Transco.

January 6, 2000

TransCanada Officially Exits U.S. Midstream

TransCanada kept the chopping block busy last week with thefinalizing of its U.S. midstream asset sale to the Coastal Corp. The$26 million transaction was originally revealed in November (see DailyGPI, Nov. 24) and completely exitsTransCanada from the U.S. midstream business.

January 4, 2000

NEB Boosts Canadian Pipeline Competition

The promised new era of competition is officially off andrunning in Canadian gas transportation after the National EnergyBoard approved a small project with large implications, AECSuffield Gas Pipeline Inc.

August 10, 1998

Gas Options Paper Elicits Lawmakers’ Interest

The natural gas policy options paper, still officially underwraps at FERC, apparently has blown enough of its cover to piquethe interest of lawmakers on Capitol Hill, and start the war-drumswithin the industry, according to sources.

June 1, 1998
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