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It’s a Go for Independence, SupplyLink

Sponsors of the proposed Independence Pipeline and SupplyLinkexpansion probably popped a few champagne corks yesterday as FERCfinally awarded the Midwest-to-East Coast projects theircertificates after being ensnared in heated controversy for morethan three years.

July 13, 2000

Gas-Fired Generation Drives Electric Changes

Technological changes and the natural gas industry probably willdo more to push electric industry restructuring than Congress orfederal regulators ever do, according to Washington, DC-basedrepresentatives for a national group for large energy consumers andthe electric utility industry’s trade association, speaking at theGasMart/Power 2000 meeting in Denver earlier this month.

April 24, 2000

Gas-Fired Generation Drives Electric Changes

Technological changes and the natural gas industry probably willdo more to push electric industry restructuring than Congress orfederal regulators ever do, according to Washington, DC-basedrepresentatives for a national group for large energy consumers andthe electric utility industry’s trade association, speaking at theGasMart/Power 2000 meeting in Denver last week.

April 18, 2000

AGA Moves Up Release of Storage Data

The New York Mercantile Exchange’s (Nymex) natural gas pitprobably will be a lot more active on Wednesdays, starting March 1.The exchange, along with several major market players, hasconvinced the American Gas Association to move up by two hours therelease of its influential gas storage report.

February 7, 2000

AGA Responds to Nymex, Clients, Releases Storage Data Earlier

The New York Mercantile Exchange’s (Nymex) natural gas pitprobably will be a lot more active and may be more efficient onWednesdays, starting March 1. The exchange along with several majormarket players have convinced the American Gas Association to moveup by two hours the release of its influential gas storage report.

February 7, 2000

CA’s First Merchant Plant Nears Starting Gate

Although gas supply and power contracts probably won’t be signeduntil next year, California’s first major merchant generation plantis expected to get its final state regulatory approval next weekand break ground this summer north of Sacramento in Sutter Countynear the agricultural town of Yuba City. A set of environmentalconcessions by the project sponsor, San Jose, CA-based CalpineCorp., pushed it into the lead spot among seven other projectsundergoing the state regulatory approval process. Projectfinancing, gas supply contracts and power supply deals will all bewrapped up in the second and third quarters of 2000, according toCalpine’s Sutter project manager, Curt Hildebrand.

April 8, 1999

Schlesinger Directory Shows Power Marketers Growing

The promise of retail energy marketing, but probably not thecurrent results, seems to be providing enough support to the gasand power marketing community that few have decided to exit thebusiness, according to the results of Benjamin Schlesinger andAssociates’ 12th edition of its Directory of Energy MarketingService Companies.

June 4, 1998
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