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CA Legislator Urges Rejection of Edison Hike

California state Sen. Steve Peace last week asked state energyregulators to reject utility attempts to recover through retailrates the under-collections from the continuing wholesale powerprice spikes and instead get the funds from generators andmarketers who are charging the market-based prices.

November 27, 2000

CA Legislator Urges Rejection of Edison Hike

California state Sen. Steve Peace last week asked state energyregulators to reject utility attempts to recover through retailrates the under-collections from the continuing wholesale powerprice spikes and instead get the funds from generators andmarketers who are charging the market-based prices.

November 22, 2000

Dominion’s Rate Proposal Draws Fire

FERC should either reject outright or suspend for the maximumfive-month period Dominion Transmission Inc.’s request for a”massive and unsupported rate increase” of $65 million, a municipalgas distributor contends.

October 16, 2000

Cut in NE Power Clearing Price Panned

Power sellers have urged FERC to reject two complaints that seekto void a $6,000/MWh bid for imported electricity that was used toset the market clearing price in the New England Independent SystemOperator for five hours last May 8.

September 18, 2000

NE Retroactive Price Cuts Panned

Power sellers have urged FERC to reject two complaints that seekto void a $6,000/MWh bid for imported electricity that was used toset the market clearing price in the New England Independent SystemOperator for five hours last May 8.

September 12, 2000

Northern Accused of ‘End-Run’ Around FERC

Shippers on the Northern Natural Gas system called on FERC toreject the pipeline’s latest tariff proposal because they say ittries to pass off index-based rates as “discounted” rates ratherthan negotiated rates.

January 12, 2000

NGPL Plan on Assessing Damages Unjustified

Shippers on Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America (NGPL) havecalled on FERC to reject a tariff proposal that would hold the”party tendering gas” liable for damages to the pipeline’sfacilities and third-party facilities that are the result oflower-quality gas entering NGPL’s system. Many contend the proposedtariff change is much too vague.

November 23, 1999

Majors Say Oil Dumping Charge Lacks Merit

Following in the footsteps of gas pipelines, major producershave asked the federal government to reject an independentproducer-backed petition that seeks to have tariffs imposed oncrude oil imports from four foreign countries accused of illegaldumping.

July 22, 1999

Peoples, North Shore Reject ICC Fixed-Rate Ruling

Peoples Energy said it was “extremely disappointed” in orders byIllinois Commerce Commission (ICC) that would sharply reduce thegas rates the LDC and affiliate North Shore Gas could charge theircustomers under fixed-price plans filed last fall. The utilitiessaid they cannot accept the ICC rulings and informed the agencythat they will remain instead under their existing pricingstructure.

June 14, 1999
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