Technology

PowerSpring Targets Commercials, Citygates

PowerSpring.com, a newly-formed marketer-technology partnership,is rolling out a B2B website aimed at bringing price transparencyto citygates across the country, to tap the next level ofcost-conscious customers, commercial end users, according to JohnHarpole, PowerSpring executive vice president.

April 11, 2000

Industry Briefs

PECO’s Exelon Infrastructure Services Inc. (EIS) announced a newservice yesterday in which gas utilities are offered a newcured-in-place relining technology, called starliner, forrehabilitating faulty mains and services. Utilities perform morethan 150,000 gas service line restorations and 4,500 miles of gasmain restoration each year, Exelon said. The majority of this workinvolves the traditional open-cut excavation. Unlike straight orrigid liners, cured-in-place liners can be installed through bends,fully open fittings, and where there may be variations in internaldiameters. This new service minimizes costly tasks like trafficcontrol and digging up and restoring streets, which account for 70%of the cost in gas line restoration work. Starliner has been usedsuccessfully in Europe since 1991 to restore over one million feetof gas main. EIS is the first construction company to offerstarliner to the U.S. market.

April 5, 2000

GRI, IGT Eye Merger as Funding Dries Up

Budget cutbacks and consolidation of the natural gas industryhave prompted the Gas Research Institute (GRI) and the Institute ofGas Technology (IGT) to consider the possibility of merging the twoR&D groups.

October 11, 1999

GRI, IGT Eye Merger As Funding Dries Up

Budget cutbacks and consolidation within the natural gasindustry have prompted the Gas Research Institute (GRI) and theInstitute of Gas Technology (IGT) to consider the possibility ofmerging the two research and development groups.

October 11, 1999

GRI Study Finds Technology Benefits

A study of 10 of the largest U.S. natural gas pipelines showsthey can expect to collectively derive a total of $42.5 millionannually in savings from Gas Research Institute technologies over afour-year period from 1997 to 2000, GRI said.

September 21, 1999

Distributed Power Faces Utility Opposition

The technology and economics are in line for commercialexpansion of distributed power, but progress is threatened byentrenched utilities, according to distributed power sponsors.

July 27, 1999

DOE’s Richardson Awards New Mexico Contract

The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology has received aplum from a favorite son, new Energy Secretary Bill Richardson, whoannounced the award of a $1.5 million DOE contract to determine thebest way to boost gas production from some of New Mexico’s mostdifficult geologic formations.

October 14, 1998

GRI Takes Over Canadian Gas Research

The Gas Research Institute announced its newly created Canadiansubsidiary, GRI Canada, has been selected by Gas Technology Canadato manage a $5 million/year research, development andcommercialization program funded by the Canadian natural gasindustry.

July 8, 1998

Williams Unveils New Trading Floo

Williams opened the doors to its new 300-position,21,000-square-foot energy trading floor, which it says featurestechnology, design and amenities surpassing those of most companiesin the nation. The trading floor is part of a new236,000-square-foot resource center adjacent to the 50-floorWilliams Tower in Tulsa, OK, where Williams has its corporateheadquarters. “As the second most profitable energy marketer in thenation, we remain committed to our customers by providing ourtraders with the absolute best tools available to compete andsucceed,” said Jerry Gollnick, senior vice president of energymarketing and trading for Williams.

February 24, 1998
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