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SoCalGas Finds Room for Further Pipeline Expansion

Under political pressure to add gas transportation capacity in the state of California, Sempra subsidiary Southern California Gas announced additional plans to expand its intrastate pipeline system. The company said it will add another 6% of capacity to its previously announced project, bringing the proposed expansion to an 11% increase in capacity or about 200 MMcf/d.

May 21, 2001

SoCalGas Finds Room for Further Pipeline Expansion

Under political pressure to add gas transportation capacity in the state of California, Sempra subsidiary Southern California Gas announced additional plans to expand its intrastate pipeline system. The company said it will add another 6% of capacity to its previously announced project, bringing the proposed expansion to an 11% increase in capacity or about 200 MMcf/d.

May 16, 2001

SDG&E Seeks Hike in Electric Refunds

Late Friday, Sempra Energy’s San Diego Gas and Electric Co.(SDG&E) utility subsidiary filed with California stateregulators to increase one-time rate refunds to about $500 millionto take the bite out of summer electricity bills that have soaredfor its 1.1 million customers due to heat-induced power supply andprice spikes in May and June.

July 18, 2000

Unethical Tactics Cause Marketer to Bow to BPU

Faced with the possibility of loosing its electric marketinglicense in New Jersey because of seedy marketing maneuvers,Sempra’s Energy America cut a deal with the state’s Board of PublicUtilities last week, agreeing to halt its marketing efforts for athree-week span, retrain its agents and stop all “unconscionablemarketing tactics.”

December 20, 1999

Frontier Breaks Ground in Warren County, NC

Frontier Energy, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, beganconstruction of a distribution system in Warren County, NC, wherefirst-time gas service is expected to play a significant role inthe county’s economic revitalization, the company said. The WarrenCounty pipeline is part of a $55 million distribution system beingbuilt by Frontier to serve residents and businesses in sevennorthwestern North Carolina counties.

September 23, 1999

KN Marketing Signs Gas Management Deal

Continuing a flurry of activity since its proposed merger withSempra Energy fell through (See related story), KN Energy was at itagain Friday as its marketing affiliate, KN Marketing, announced itwas selected to provide gas and fuel management services to a 600MW power plant in Elwood, IL. KN will supply 10 Bcf/year to thisplant at an undisclosed price. The Colorado-based company will alsomanage the plant’s fuel service, including supplying, balancing andmanaging storage and transportation.

July 6, 1999

OCS Regulation, Granite State Project Top FERC Agenda

FERC is scheduled to tackle two major cases today – “alternativemethods” for regulating pipeline facilities on the OuterContinental Shelf (OCS) and Granite State Gas Transmission’sapplication to build an LNG facility in the town of Wells, ME. Italso is expected to vote on the merger of Enova and PacificEnterprises.

May 27, 1998
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