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California Makes Long-Term Power Contracts Public

On orders from a state Superior Court judge, California officials Friday made public the 38 long-term electricity contracts it has signed this year with 18 suppliers and marketers. Along with the impact of conservation and favorable weather of late, the state’s long-term contracts have cut its average cost of spot market power from $275/MWh in February to $121/MWh this month.

June 18, 2001

CA Makes Long-Term Power Contracts Public

On orders from a state Superior Court judge, California officials Friday made public the 38 long-term electricity contracts it has signed this year with 18 suppliers and marketers. Along with the impact of conservation and favorable weather of late, the state’s long-term contracts have cut its average cost of spot market power from $275/MWh in February to $121/MWh this month.

June 18, 2001

El Paso, Marathon Eye Scotian Pipe to NYC Market

A simultaneous blend of production capacity and capital dollars, tossed together with significant growth in electric generation, created the perfect “aligning of the planets” to finally make a serious go at building a subsea natural gas pipeline from Nova Scotia to the northeast United States, with a possible end point of New York City, said one of the executives involved in the planning.

May 7, 2001

Scana Attempts to Void Marketing Alliance

Scana Energy Marketing, a subsidiary of Scana Corp., has filed alawsuit in Cobb County Superior Court in Georgia in an attempt tohave the marketing alliance contract, which it signed in 1998 withsix co-ops, nullified.

December 11, 2000

Scana Attempts to Void Marketing Alliance

Scana Energy Marketing, a subsidiary of Scana Corp., has filed alawsuit in Cobb County Superior Court in Georgia in an attempt tohave the marketing alliance contract which it signed in 1998 withsix co-ops nullified.

December 11, 2000

Southern Union Loses in California

Two on-going lawsuits is enough, a California Superior Courtjudge said in dismissing Southern Union’s challenge in his court tothe merger plans of Southwest Gas with Oneok. Judge Ronald Pragerdismissed the case last Friday because SU is making the samearguments in the federal courts of Nevada and Arizona, the LasVegas-based Southwest said. The case was dismissed withoutprejudice, meaning SU can re-file upon resolution or termination ofthe federal actions.

September 29, 1999
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