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Rendell, Newspaper Criticized for Not Disclosing Industry Ties

ProPublica, a nonprofit corporation that pursues investigative journalism on matters of public interest, is criticizing former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell and the New York Daily News for failing to disclose Rendell’s ties to natural gas-related businesses in a pro-industry editorial.

April 2, 2013

Exco Sees ‘Plenty of Money’ Available for Acquisitions

There are billions of dollars worth of assets on the market and “plenty of money” available to Dallas-based Exco Resources Inc. as it pursues several potential acquisitions in the gas market, Exco Resources Inc. CEO Doug Miller said during a conference call with analysts Wednesday.

May 3, 2012

TransCanada: Keystone Shippers Will Stay

As TransCanada Corp. pursues various parts of the spurned Keystone XL oil pipeline project, shippers who hold long-term firm contracts equating to 850,000 b/d are continuing to stick with the C$7 billion, 1,700-mile pipeline project, TransCanada CEO Russ Girling told an institutional investment conference in British Columbia (BC) Thursday.

January 23, 2012

Shippers to Stick with Keystone XL, TransCanada CEO Says

As TransCanada Corp. pursues various parts of the spurned Keystone XL oil pipeline project, shippers who hold long-term firm contracts equating to 850,000 b/d are continuing to stick with the C$7 billion, 1,700-mile pipeline project, TransCanada CEO Russ Girling told an institutional investment conference in British Columbia (BC) Thursday.

January 23, 2012

Range ‘Confident’ It Didn’t Taint Wells

A deposition of an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) witness is expected to take place Tuesday as Range Resources Corp. pursues its challenge to an EPA emergency order charging water contamination on several fronts, including a petition last week to the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.

January 25, 2011

Alaska Legislation Would Combine Energy Agencies

As Alaska wrangles with declining in-state natural gas supplies and pursues a long-haul pipeline to commercialize its North Slope gas reserves, lawmakers have proposed that the state’s Energy Authority and Natural Gas Authority be folded into the Alaska Department of Energy.

April 13, 2009

Bill Would Combine Alaska Energy Agencies

As Alaska wrangles with declining in-state natural gas supplies and pursues a long-haul pipeline to commercialize its North Slope gas reserves, lawmakers have proposed that the state’s Energy Authority and Natural Gas Authority be folded into the Alaska Department of Energy.

April 8, 2009

Calpine Pursues LNG Terminal Off California Coast

As part of a broad North American search for ways to make western wholesale natural gas markets more competitive, Humboldt Bay in the northern end of California’s 1,000-mile coastline is the unlikely site of a proposed combination electric generating plant and liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal envisioned by San Jose, CA-based Calpine Corp., a major national developer of gas-fired power plants.

March 31, 2003

Calpine Pursues LNG Terminal Off California Coast

As part of a broad North American search for ways to make western wholesale natural gas markets more competitive, Humboldt Bay in the northern end of California’s 1,000-mile coastline is the unlikely site of a proposed combination electric generating plant and liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal envisioned by San Jose, CA-based Calpine Corp., a major national developer of gas-fired power plants.

March 25, 2003

California City Pursues SoCal Edison Municipalization

Elected officials in the fast-growing bedroom community of Corona, CA, voted unanimously late Monday night to pursue a takeover of Southern California Edison Co.’s distribution in its city of 138,000 residents, located 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles in neighboring Riverside County.

December 9, 2002
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