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As Expected, Colorado Oil Production Zooms

Living up to preliminary estimates earlier in the year calling for a 50-year high (see Shale Daily, Jan. 25), Colorado oil/natural gas officials released statistics showing oil production was up 22% last year, soaring past the 40 million bbl mark for the first time in a half-century at 47.9 million bbl.

March 13, 2013

Record Decline in Nuclear Power Seen Lifting NatGas Demand

A record low in U.S. nuclear generation this month has boosted natural gas demand, according to an analysis by Barclays Capital.

November 26, 2012

Record Nuclear Power Decline Lifts NatGas Demand

A record low in U.S. nuclear generation this month has boosted natural gas demand, according to an analysis by Barclays Capital.

November 26, 2012

PG&E, San Francisco Bury Hatchet, Pursue Joint Energy Program

Often at odds in the past when utility takeover measures regularly appeared on the municipal ballot, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and the City/County of San Francisco Tuesday continued their newfound lovefest, joining hands in a new collaborative effort to deliver energy savings/efficiency programs to residential and commercial customers in the utility’s headquarters city. Running through next year, the three-year San Francisco Energy Watch effort will spend up to $11.5 million to achieve millions more dollars in savings, the utility said.

February 7, 2007

Outgoing CPUC Commissioner Lynch Denies Sempra Utilities’ Motion Against Her

On the eve of her final regularly scheduled business meeting as one of the five members of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), Loretta Lynch late Wednesday denied a motion from the Sempra Energy utilities that the increasingly combative regulator disqualify herself from a vote scheduled Thursday. Sempra’s utilities, Southern California Gas and San Diego Gas & Electric, allege that Lynch has a personal bias against them.

December 20, 2004

Outgoing CPUC Commissioner Lynch Denies Sempra Utilities’ Motion Against Her

On the eve of her final regularly scheduled business meeting as one of the five members of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), Loretta Lynch late Wednesday denied a motion from the Sempra Energy utilities that the increasingly combative regulator disqualify herself from a vote scheduled Thursday. Sempra’s utilities, Southern California Gas and San Diego Gas & Electric, allege that Lynch has a personal bias against them.

December 17, 2004

CPUC Faces Major Decisions with Divided Panel

With only two regularly scheduled meetings left before their six-year terms expire, two entrenched and embittered California regulators are not leaving quietly. This Thursday’s meeting is expected to see a continuation of the series of bitterly contested 3-2 splits with their three newer colleagues as the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) wades through an agenda full of potentially controversial energy items.

November 30, 2004

CPUC Faces Major Decisions with Divided Panel

With only two regularly scheduled meetings left before their six-year terms expire, two entrenched and embittered California regulators are not leaving quietly. This Thursday’s meeting is expected to see a continuation of the series of bitterly contested 3-2 splits with their three newer colleagues as the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) wades through an agenda full of potentially controversial energy items.

November 30, 2004

FERC Holds Closed Door Meeting on Enforcement Matters

FERC met in closed session on Wednesday following its regularly scheduled open agenda meeting to discuss enforcement-related issues at the Commission, a move that Commissioners said is likely to become a regular part of the agency’s routine, as it is at FERC’s sister regulatory agencies in Washington, DC.

June 17, 2002