Low-Priced Heating Oil Replaces Gas

A mild European winter with accompanying low heating oil priceswas the saving grace for U.S. industrials that took advantage ofthe flood of heating oil imports to switch off high-priced naturalgas. Revised estimates by Raymond James Associates show industrialsswitching at 5 Bcf/d during the coldest part of the winter, ratherthan the 3 Bcf/d originally estimated.

February 13, 2001

Defense Department Buys NG in Online Project

Reducing paperwork and maybe even saving money in the federalgovernment? How can this not be a good thing?

August 8, 2000

Industry Briefs

The Department of Defense intends to award the federalgovernment’s largest energy-saving performance contract ever toPepco Energy Services and Viron Energy Services. Pepco EnergyServices is a subsidiary of Potomac Electric Power Co. Viron EnergyServices is a subsidiary of York International Corp. President BillClinton announced the $200 million contract, designed to implementenergy-savings measures for the Military District of Washington(MDW). The MDW is a major Army command encompassing five Armyposts: Fort George G. Meade in Maryland; Fort Myer, Fort Belvoirand Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia; and Fort Lesley J. McNair inWashington, DC. More than 2,100 buildings were examined for energyimprovements. The 18-year MDW contract will result in about $220million in overall cost savings.

June 7, 1999
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