Washington Lawyer Eyed To Lead Producer Group

Washington attorney Katherine B. Edwards is among the candidatesbeing eyed by the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) to succeedformer President Nicholas J. Bush, who departed the trade grouplast month amid allegations that he defrauded it of more than $2.4million, sources say.

March 22, 1999

Complaints, Contract ‘Outs’ Stall Northeast Pipeline Projects

Having a U.S. congressman line up against a proposed expansionisn’t the worst thing that could happen to a natural gas pipeline,but it ranks right up there with the dreaded FERC investigation orthe unexpected financial audit. That’s the fate that has befallenTranscontinental Gas Pipe Line’s MarketLink project.

February 15, 1999

Producers Advised to Reinvent the Business

The only thing John Olson, senior energy analyst for SandersMorris and Mundy, needed last week following his speech at aproducers’ conference on gas supply and demand at the Canadianembassy in Washington, D.C., was a producer to volunteer to step upon stage and be slapped around.

February 1, 1999

LDCs Want Some (Not Too Much) Standardization

In the view of local distribution companies, standardization canbe a good thing if it streamlines business practices. However,standardization efforts that ignore the uniqueness of individualLDCs, their customers and the states and markets they operate inare unacceptable. LDCs’ view of GISB and its standards is onereason cited for flagging LDC involvement in the standardsorganization.

October 5, 1998

Analyst Sees Widespread Divestiture of Market Affiliates

Non-regulated utility marketing affiliates may become a thing ofthe past, not as a result of forced divestiture but of voluntaryseparation, according to Hagler Bailly Consulting’s Ken Malloy.

April 28, 1998
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