Reversed

Warm Weather Forecasts Prompt Bulls to Cool Their Heels

Capping a 12-day, 45% price increase, natural gas futures reversed lower yesterday as traders locked in profits amid technical and fundamental price uncertainty. The December contract took the sell-off squarely on the chin, dropping 46.7 cents or 7.5% to close at $5.798. The out months also felt the sting as the winter strip (Dec.-Mar.) tumbled 37.8 cents to $5.537 and the 12-month strip retraced 29.9 cents to $4.821.

November 17, 2000

Court Remands Decision on Transco’s Rates

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia last weekreversed and remanded a FERC order rejecting Transcontinental GasPipe Line Corp’s bid to levy two-part, “firm-to-the-wellhead” (FTW)rates on certain production-area customers served by the line.

March 27, 2000

Court Remands Decision on Transco’s FTW Rates

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia last weekreversed and remanded a FERC order rejecting Transcontinental GasPipe Line’s bid to levy two-part, “firm-to-the-wellhead” (FTW)rates on certain production-area customers served by the line.

March 27, 2000

Court Overturns FERC on Colorado Bypass

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th District has reversed andremanded an order in which FERC asserted jurisdiction over two KNWattenberg Transmission laterals that provide connecting servicefrom Colorado Interstate Gas to two food-processing plants in FortMorgan, CO., thus bypassing the municipal gas provider.

June 30, 1999

Transportation Notes

Mojave Pipeline reversed an earlier bulletin board posting (see Daily GPI, June 16), emphasizing that itwould “not” shut in part of its West Lateral Thursday and cause theshut-ins of “17Z”-labeled interconnects with Chevron, Mobil, Shell andTexaco. However, Mojave said, a maintenance shut-in of the Oxy 17Zinterconnect was to proceed as scheduled Thursday and today.

June 18, 1999

Late Rebound Gives Bulls Hope

For the second trading session in a row, early selling pressurewas reversed in afternoon trading allowing the market to close nearits daily high. The July contract notched a $2.325 low both Fridayand Monday, but settled back up above $2.37 both days. Evenestimated volume figures were similar with yesterday’s 43,630falling just short of Friday’s 45,070 mark.

June 15, 1999
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