Mobil Propagates Gulf of Mexico Success

Using new technology to increase transport speed from thewellhead to the pipeline, Mobil Exploration & Producing U.S.Inc. said it recently commenced selling gas from the newly streamedMobile 822 No. 6 well, in the Gulf of Mexico. The company said theprocess, which took 369 days, was its fastest drill-to-salesoperation to date in the Mobile Bay.

July 8, 1999

Vector Continues High-Speed Progress

While most of the Vector Pipeline project remains dormant,Vector Pipeline L.P. recently announced an open season forshort-term firm transportation service from its proposedinterconnect with Michigan Consolidated Gas at Belle River, MI, tothe Union Gas Ltd. system at Dawn, ON. The company also said itexpects final regulatory approval for the entire Chicago-to-Dawnproject from both the Canadian National Energy Board (NEB) and theU.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) by early April.

February 22, 1999

Retail Gas Competition Shows Some Signs of Life in CA

Retail gas competition is starting to pick up speed inCalifornia despite continued consumer apathy, according to a surveyof the state’s three gas distribution utilities released last week.

June 15, 1998

Chesapeake, Gothic Agree to Speed Development

Chesapeake Energy of Oklahoma City has signed a unique agreementwith Gothic Energy Corp., Tulsa, which includes the right for fiveyears to develop 50% of Gothic’s current and subsequently acquiredundeveloped reserves. This includes 60 Bcfe of proved undevelopedreserves and a substantial amount of probable and possiblereserves.

April 2, 1998
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