Replacing

FPL Plans 1,900 MW of Gas-Fired, Combined-Cycle Power

Following through on its long-term objective of replacing substantial oil-fired generation with natural gas combined cycle power, Florida Power & Light outlined a new project to meet customer growth and increased use of electricity by expanding at its existing power plant sites in Martin and Manatee counties. The proposal would add 1,900 MW of new, cleaner-burning natural gas-fired combined-cycle generation by mid-2005 and follows similar actions at its Fort Myers and Sanford power facilities in 2000 and 2001.

April 8, 2002

FPL Plans 1,900 MW of Gas-Fired, Combined-Cycle Power

Following through on its long-term objective of replacing substantial oil-fired generation with natural gas combined cycle power, Florida Power & Light outlined a new project to meet customer growth and increased use of electricity by expanding at its existing power plant sites in Martin and Manatee counties. The proposal would add 1,900 MW of new, cleaner-burning natural gas-fired combined-cycle generation by mid-2005 and follows similar actions at its Fort Myers and Sanford power facilities in 2000 and 2001.

January 21, 2002

TransCanada Scrambling for Volumes, Revenues

TransCanada PipeLines’ fast action last week in replacing the abandoned Millennium Pipeline proposal — for the time being, at least — with a less environmentally-challenged new export route to the northeastern United States, is just the latest action in the pipeline company’s campaign to drum up increased traffic or raise its rates to cover what it calls the costs of competition.

September 10, 2001

TransCanada Scrambling for Volumes, Revenues

TransCanada PipeLines’ fast action last week in replacing its support for Millennium Pipeline — for the time being at least — with a less environmentally challenged new export route to the northeastern United States is just the latest action in the pipeline company’s campaign to drum up increased traffic or raise its rates to cover what it calls the costs of competition.

September 10, 2001

IPAA Elects Russell As New President

The Independent Petroleum Association of America elected BarryRussell as its new president last week, replacing Gil Thurm. Thechange was immediately effective.

March 13, 2000

IPAA Elects New President

The Independent Petroleum Association of America elected BarryRussell as its new president yesterday, replacing Gil Thurm. Thechange was immediately effective.

March 8, 2000

People

Houston-based Newfield Exploration Co. made David A. Trice CEOeffective today, replacing Joe B. Foster who resigned as CEO butwill remain as chairman and be involved with the company in anon-executive role. Foster, a director of Baker Hughes Inc. since1990, has been made interim CEO of that company in the wake of theresignation of Max L. Lukens. Foster resigned his Newfield positiontwo weeks ahead of the planned date of Feb. 15 to accept thetemporary post at Baker Hughes. Foster founded Newfield in 1989after serving as executive vice president of Tenneco Inc. andChairman of Tenneco Oil.

February 1, 2000

People

FERC Chairman James J. Hoecker has named Susan G Pollonais ashis advisor on gas and oil issues, replacing Patricia W. Jagtiani,who has accepted a position with the Natural Gas SupplyAssociation. Pollonais has served as a public utility specialist inthe Office of Pipeline Regulations Division of Litigation since1997. From 1993 to 1997 she was a gas regulatory consultant andproject manager for Northern States Power.

August 19, 1999

Pennsylvania Senate OKs New PUC Commissioner

The Pennsylvania Senate voted Wednesday to confirm Chester, PAMayor Aaron Wilson Jr. to the state Public Utility Commissionreplacing Commissioner John Hanger and effectively ending thatstate’s leadership toward substantive electric and natural gasderegulation. Only a handful of senators opposed the nomination.

June 8, 1998
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