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Tetco Tests Waters for Market-Area Crossing Project

Duke Energy’s Texas Eastern Transmission (Tetco) pipeline announced last Monday that it is conducting an open season to test shipper interest in an expansion project that would transport natural gas from prolific western supply basins in North America to energy-hungry markets in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

July 3, 2006

Shell Energy Services Sells Assets to MXEnergy

Shell Energy Services Co. LLC, which provides natural gas service to residential and commercial customers in Georgia and Ohio, said Friday it will sell nearly all of its assets to MXEnergy Inc. for an undisclosed price. The sale is expected to close in mid-2006.

May 22, 2006

Enron’s Lay: Rules for Power Market ‘Aren’t Right’

Although the focus of last week’s “summit” in Ohio was spiraling winter gas prices, Enron Chairman and CEO Kenneth L. Lay used the opportunity to take a few shots at deregulation in the electric industry in general, and the California market specifically.

September 25, 2000

Jordan to Chair IPAA

Jerry D. Jordan, president of Ohio-based Jordan Energy Inc., waselected chairman of the Independent Petroleum Association ofAmerica (IPAA) during the association’s 70th annual meeting inDallas Nov. 6. He succeeds George Yates, 1997-1999 IPAA chairmanand president, Harvey E. Yates Co., Roswell, NM.

November 29, 1999

UtiliCorp: ‘Patchwork’ Unbundling Slow to Develop

Despite the advent of retail gas and electric competition instates such as California, Georgia, Ohio and Pennsylvania,UtiliCorp United officials do not regret their decision earlierthis year to shelve retail commodity marketing and disband theEnergyOne partnership with PECO Energy. The outlook for retailcompetition is still quite bleak, UtiliCorp Chairman Richard C.Green, Jr. said last week at a press briefing in Washington, D.C.The status of the retail market has not changed, and regulators andlegislators still appear headed in the wrong direction.

November 16, 1998

UtiliCorp Still Shaking its Head on Retail Sidelines

Despite the advent of retail gas and electric competition instates such as California, Georgia, Ohio and Pennsylvania,UtiliCorp United officials do not regret their decision earlierthis year to shelve retail commodity marketing and disband theEnergyOne partnership with PECO Energy. The outlook for retailcompetition is still quite bleak, UtiliCorp Chairman Richard C.Green, Jr. said at a press briefing in Washington, D.C. yesterday.The status of the retail market has not changed, and regulators andlegislators still appear headed in the wrong direction.

November 12, 1998
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