Retailers

CNG In A Box Unveiled by Chesapeake, GE

CNG In A Box, a project launched earlier this year to provide compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling options for large- and small-scale retailers, was unveiled Monday by GE and a Chesapeake Energy Corp. affiliate, Peake Fuel Solutions.

October 9, 2012

Ontario Puts Breaks on Deregulation; Retailers Blast Fixed-Rate Plan

Ontario Premier Ernie Eves last week put the brakes on the province’s newborn competitive power market and proposed a rate fixing plan some critics said was eerily similar to what happened in California, trigging blackouts and utility bankruptcies.

November 18, 2002

MD Retailers Favor Current Policy on Financial Screening

Retail energy marketers in Maryland said they favor current licensing rules and oppose erecting additional financial reporting requirements on retail energy marketers who want licenses to operate in the state. The Maryland Public Service Commission’s (PUC) recently requested comments on whether its current policy of requiring proof of financial integrity for all natural gas and electric suppliers in the state is adequate and does not restrict market entry.

September 2, 2002

MD Retailers Favor Current Policy on Financial Screening

Retail energy marketers in Maryland said they favor current licensing rules and oppose erecting additional financial reporting requirements on retail energy marketers who want licenses to operate in the state. The Maryland Public Service Commission’s (PUC) recently requested comments on whether its current policy of requiring proof of financial integrity for all natural gas and electric suppliers in the state is adequate and does not restrict market entry.

August 29, 2002

Other Retailers Keep Rolling Over as Enron Gets Even Stronger

By agreeing last week to sell the stock of its retail marketingarm to Enron Energy Services Operations Inc. for $85 million,PG&E National Energy Group not only trimmed non-profitableassets from its portfolio, but perpetuated an industry-wide trendof major companies exiting the retail arena.

April 17, 2000