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El Paso Shippers Protest CA Settlement as Incomplete, Call it a Delaying Tactic

Arizona regulators and East-of-California (EOC) shippers have asked FERC to suspend action on El Paso Natural Gas pipeline’s settlement of California claims until the company files the complete settlement document. The pipeline’s submission of a partial settlement is “merely a tactic” to delay a Commission ruling in the natural gas-price manipulation case against El Paso, they allege.

June 16, 2003

El Paso Shippers Protest CA Settlement as Incomplete, Call it a Delaying Tactic

Arizona regulators and East-of-California (EOC) shippers have asked FERC to suspend action on El Paso Natural Gas pipeline’s settlement of California claims until the company files the complete settlement document. Submitting an incomplete settlement is “merely a tactic” to delay a Commission ruling in the natural gas-price manipulation case against El Paso, they allege.

June 10, 2003

CA Regulators Suspend Direct Access, Okay Rate Changes

California’s sharply divided energy regulators last Thursday suspended direct access to retail electric customers in the state and okayed one other major rate change necessary to begin the process of selling $13 billion in state electricity revenue bonds. The actions were effective immediately and allow existing direct access customers to continue their current arrangements.

September 24, 2001

Destin Pleads to Keep Blanket Certificate Authority

Destin Pipeline Co. L.L.C. has beseeched FERC not to suspend itsPart 157 blanket certificate authority for six months, which woulddeny it access to the more streamlined certificate procedures forconstructing projects during that period. Without it, the pipelinewould have to seek Section 7 approval under the Natural Gas Act(NGA) for each project at the Commission.

September 1, 1999
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