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CA Leaders Making Progress on Crisis: Sempra’s CEO Says

Even though “bailout” has become a dirty word as Californiagovernment leaders in Sacramento hammer out more comprehensiveresponses to the state’s electricity woes, San Diego-based SempraEnergy’s CEO Stephen Baum says there is a light at the end of thetunnel.

January 26, 2001

Guardian Receives Final EIS

It appears the Guardian Pipeline project received what it wantedfor the holidays after all, even though it came a week or two late.The pipeline cleared one of the larger regulatory hurdles, as theFederal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) staff issued a FinalEnvironmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the project, deeming theconstruction and operation of the 149-mile natural gas pipelinefrom Joliet, IL, to Ixonia, WI, an acceptable environmental action.

January 15, 2001

Guardian Receives Final EIS for the Holidays

It appears the Guardian Pipeline project received what it wantedfor the holidays afterall, even though it came a week or two late.The pipeline announced yesterday that it has cleared one of thelarger regulatory hurdles, as the Federal Energy RegulatoryCommission (FERC) Staff issued a Final Environmental ImpactStatement (EIS) on the project, deeming the construction andoperation of the 149-mile natural gas pipeline from Joliet, IL, toIxonia, WI, as an acceptable environmental action.

January 9, 2001

Cash Market Keeps Climbing, Oblivious to Screen Dive

Cash prices continued to leap higher Tuesday even though futurestraders decided it was time for major retrenchment. Gains were indouble digits at almost all points, but tended to range from littlemore than a dime on Rockies pipes and in El Paso’s Permian and SanJuan Basin pools to around 50 cents or more in capacity-constrainedCalifornia.

August 23, 2000

Report: E&P Company Profits Up, Spending Down

The numbers, it seems, don’t tell the entire story. Even thoughoil and gas industry upstream revenues, profits and cash flow areshowing record profits for 1999 compared with the previous year’scollapse, exploration and development spending dropped and provedreserves spending rose significantly, according to ArthurAndersen’s 21st annual Global E&P Trends survey.

July 31, 2000

E&P Profits Up, Spending Down

The numbers, it seems, don’t tell the entire story. Even thoughoil and gas industry upstream revenues, profits and cash flow areshowing record profits for 1999 compared with the previous year’scollapse, exploration and development spending dropped and provedreserves spending rose significantly, according to ArthurAndersen’s 21st annual Global E&P Trends survey.

July 26, 2000

Canadian Millennium Sponsors Put Hold on Project Review

After spending more than C$60 million (US$41 million) and threeyears of preliminary work, the sponsors of the upstream portion ofthe Millennium Pipeline Project have decided to put the regulatoryreview process in Canada on indefinite hold.

July 3, 2000

Millennium Has to Sweat it Out a Little Longer

It looks as though Millennium Pipeline’s long wait for a FERC ruling is going to last a little longer. Instead of getting a speedy Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS), the pipeline must wait until FERC can examine its proposed route change in New York, Daniel M. Adamson, director of the Office of Energy Projects, told project sponsors.

May 15, 2000

Screen-Influenced Cash Increases Lowest in West

Though the May Henry Hub futures contract eventually settled fora small gain of less than a penny, it was the screen’s morningflirtation with the $2.15-17 area that got most of the credit for astrong performance Tuesday by the cash market. Cash rises tended tofade out going westward to virtually nothing in California trading,but virtually all eastern points were up at least a nickel and inmany cases saw increases approaching a dime.

April 14, 1999

Transportation Note

Northwest said it would not issue an Operational Flow Order fortoday’s gas day even though repairs to Unit #1 at the Snohomish(WA) Compressor Station were continuing Wednesday. The pipelineexpected to complete the work by Wednesday night, but said an OFOstill might be possible should the maintenance continue throughtoday. Northwest credited cool weather and customer cooperation onbalancing with allowing it to meet demand for Sumas/SIPI gas overthe weekend. But with warming weather and continued high demand itis having difficulty meeting Primary Firm nominations without theSnohomish #1 unit

April 30, 1998
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