Regulator

SoCalGas Files Final Settlement Proposal to CPUC

Once again up against a regulator-imposed deadline, SouthernCalifornia Gas on Monday is expected to file its latest attempt ata final, all-parties settlement in California’s never-endingnatural gas industry restructuring, which has been dragging on formore than two years.

April 3, 2000

Transportation Notes

Transco said IT availability through the Linden (NJ) RegulatorStation will shrink from 25,000 Dth/d to zero Friday.

February 10, 2000

CPUC Chief Sees Gas Restructuring as Sinking Ship

California’s top energy regulator thinks the momentum forrestructuring the state’s natural gas industry has lost most of itssteam. Responding to questions during a break at a statewide energyroundtable in San Diego last Tuesday, Richard Bilas, president ofthe California Public Utilities Commission, said he is unsure whenthe regulators will be able to make recommendations to the statelegislature for further gas unbundling.

January 31, 2000

CPUC Chief Sees Restructuring as Sinking Ship

California’s top energy regulator thinks the momentum forrestructuring the state’s natural gas industry has lost most of itssteam. Responding to questions during a break at a statewide energyroundtable in San Diego Tuesday, Richard Bilas, president of theCalifornia Public Utilities Commission, said he is unsure whenregulators will be able to make recommendations to the statelegislature for further gas unbundling.

January 28, 2000

Regulator, Senator Smile on Southwest-Oneok

Southwest Gas of Las Vegas and Oneok Inc. of Tulsa, OK, received the blessing of Nevada’s Consumer Advocate and a Nevada state legislator for their proposed merger.

June 7, 1999

Regulator, Senator Smile on Southwest-Oneok

Southwest Gas of Las Vegas and Oneok Inc. of Tulsa, OK receivedthe blessing of Nevada’s Consumer Advocate and a Nevada statelegislator for their proposed merger.

June 2, 1999

California’s Bilas Offers New Competition Definition for Gas

California’s chief energy regulator, at a critical juncture in ayear-long study of the state natural gas industry’s marketconditions, says he is not sure he will support extensiveunbundling or divestiture on the gas side.

March 22, 1999

California’s Bilas Offers New Definition of Gas Competition

California’s chief energy regulator, at a critical juncture in ayear-long study of the state natural gas industry’s marketconditions, says he is not sure he will support extensiveunbundling or divestiture on the gas side.

March 22, 1999

Regulator Sees New Electric as Costlier Than Gas

Gas pipeline industry lobbyists are missing out on an excellentopportunity in the power generation market to promote greaterexpansion of the pipeline network, says Commissioner Brent Alderferof the Colorado Public Utlities Commission. And the power industryas well is overlooking the importance of gas pipelines indistributed generation in creating greater power reliability.

August 14, 1998
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