Resolving

WIC Files Settlement Offer to Resolve Alleged Rate Over-Recoveries

Wyoming Interstate Co. LLC (WIC) pipeline has asked FERC to approve an offer of settlement and an accompanying stipulation and agreement (S&A) resolving allegations that it was over-recovering its costs, resulting in unjust and unreasonable rates for its shippers.

June 25, 2013

Former Senator to Mediate PG&E’s San Bruno Case at CPUC

Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell has been appointed to serve as mediator in ongoing talks aimed at resolving a series of enforcement cases against Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) stemming from a natural gas transmission pipeline rupture and explosion two years ago in San Bruno, CA, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) said.

October 17, 2012

NGSA Says Gas, Power Have ‘Buckets’ of Coordination Issues

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) shouldn’t take a piecemeal approach to resolving coordination issues affecting the natural gas and electric markets, the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) said Friday.

April 2, 2012

ALJ Certifies Tuscarora Settlement of Overrecovery Charges

Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Michael J. Cianci Jr. has certified an uncontested settlement resolving claims that Tuscarora Gas Transmission Co. significantly overrecovered its cost of service, making its current transportation rates unjust and unreasonable.

February 8, 2012

Colorado Bill Addresses Water, Drilling Disputes

Colorado’s state lawmakers are moving a bill (HB 1286) to strengthen the powers of the state engineer’s office in resolving water disputes between ranchers and oil and gas drilling companies. The state’s director of the Department of Natural Resources supports the measure as a means of avoiding a two-year period of uncertainty for oil and gas producers.

March 28, 2011

Colorado Bill Addresses Water, Drilling Disputes

Colorado’s state lawmakers are moving a bill (HB 1286) to strengthen the powers of the state engineer’s office in resolving water disputes between ranchers and oil and gas drilling companies. The state’s director of the Department of Natural Resources supports the measure as a means of avoiding a two-year period of uncertainty for oil and gas producers.

March 28, 2011

Sabine Pass Liquefaction Project Receives Support at FERC

Support — contingent on FERC first resolving some concerns — has been expressed for Sabine Pass Liquefaction LLC’s application to add a new liquefaction operation to its liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Cameron Parish, LA, transforming it into a “bidirectional facility” for the purpose of exporting LNG. A trade group representing municipal gas utilities appeared to be the sole opponent to the project.

March 14, 2011

FERC Ends Section 5 Proceeding Against Great Lakes

FERC has approved an uncontested settlement resolving allegations that Great Lakes Gas Transmission LP “substantially” overrecovered its cost of service, which resulted in “unjust and unreasonable” rates.

July 29, 2010

Sempra Reaches $410M Settlement, Takes Earnings Hit

Sempra Energy and California officials announced last Wednesday that they had reached a $410 million agreement in principle resolving substantially all of the remaining litigation tied to the state’s 2000-01 wholesale energy crisis. The deal requires FERC approval, which the parties said they expect before the end of this year.

May 3, 2010

Sempra Reaches $410M Settlement, Takes Earnings Hit

Sempra Energy and California officials announced Wednesday they had reached a $410 million agreement in principle resolving substantially all of the remaining litigation tied to the state’s 2000-01 wholesale energy crisis. The deal requires FERC approval, which the parties said they expect before the end of this year.

April 29, 2010
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