Canada’s Far North was the scene Friday (Sept. 10) of anatural-gas industry version of the small step for man but giantleap for mankind on the moon 30 years ago.
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During Sept. 7-11 maintenance on its Topock (AZ) Lateral andrelated facilities, Transwestern expects no flows to either SoCalGas or PG&E at their Topock interconnects. However, thepipeline said it is investigating “limited alternative deliveryarrangements” for the two points. It will be able to schedule up to300,000 MMBtu/d at Mojave Pipeline’s Topock interconnect.
The majority of the oil and gas industry – 94% – report theircomputer systems will be ready by Sept. 30th to deal with anyglitches that may be brought about by the change to a newmillennium, according to the latest survey conducted by the NaturalGas Council and the American Petroleum Institute (API). The entireindustry expects to be Y2K ready by the end of December.
The majority of the oil and gas industry – 94% – report theircomputer systems will be ready by Sept. 30 to deal with anyglitches that may be brought on by the change to 2000, according tothe latest survey conducted by the Natural Gas Council and theAmerican Petroleum Institute (API). The entire industry expects tobe Y2K ready by the end of December.
Texas Gov. George W. Bush appointedBrett A. Perlman of Houstonto the Public Utility Commission of Texas to serve a term endingSept. 1, 2003. Perlman is a management consultant with McKinsey andCo. Inc., specializing in high technology and telecommunications.He is responsible for providing strategic planning advice to seniorexecutives of Fortune 500 companies. He was previously an attorneywith the law firm of Jenkens and Gilchrist in Houston and from1985-89, was an attorney with the Washington D.C. law firm of AkinGump Strauss Hauer & Feld.
AGL Resources has named Paula G. Rosput to be president and COOof its unbundling natural gas distribution company, Atlanta GasLight. She will assume her new responsibilities Sept. 21. Rosputwas previously president and CEO of Duke Energy Power Services andwas president of PanEnergy Power Services prior to PanEnergy’smerger with Duke Power last year. Prior to that she was senior vicepresident at Pacific Gas Transmission.
San Diego Gas and Electric Co. is formally asking for nonbindingexpressions of interest for two fossil-fuel power plants and 17combustion turbines by Sept. 10 as the start of a sales plan forits generation assets for which it expects to gain stateregulators’ approval by that same time. Eventually, it expects tosell nearly 2,000 MW of generating capacity by the end of the year,according to a company spokesperson.