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Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead last Friday announced new heads of the state’s environmental and treasury departments. Both new Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Director Todd Parfitt and Treasurer Mark Gordon hold key roles for the oil/gas industry in the state. In replacing DEQ Director John Corra, who retires Wednesday, Parfitt will be involved in issues touching everything from water quality to fossil fuels, said Mead, while thanking Corra for his nine years of heading DEQ. New Treasurer Gordon, who fills a vacancy created by the death of Joe Meyer Oct. 6, faces a state budget deficit of more than $30 million in the next two years, exacerbated by continuing low natural gas prices (see Daily GPI, Oct. 24).

October 30, 2012

Correction

In the article “Bison Pipeline is Back and Eyeing Growth” (see NGI, Oct. 17), NGI misquoted Todd Johnson, TransCanada’s marketing director for U.S. Pipelines West, in his remarks regarding the company’s restart of the Bison natural gas pipeline following a rupture in July. For the record, TransCanada provided the following statement: “TransCanada worked closely with the Pipeline Hazardous Materials and Safety Administration (PHMSA) in the aftermath of the incident to identify what actions would need to be taken in order to safely return the pipeline to service at its approved maximum allowable operating pressure. Among other things, TransCanada conducted an inline inspection of the entire length of the pipe and provided the data and analysis to PHMSA. PHMSA worked diligently with the TransCanada team and the information provided and concluded that as of noon Saturday, October 8, Bison could safely lift its force majeure condition and return to full service at its original maximum allowable operating pressure.” NGI regrets the error.

October 24, 2011

Correction

In the article “Bison Pipeline is Back and Eyeing Growth” (see Daily GPI, Oct. 17), NGI misquoted Todd Johnson, TransCanada’s marketing director for U.S. Pipelines West, in his remarks regarding the company’s restart of the Bison natural gas pipeline following a rupture in July. For the record, TransCanada provided the following statement: “TransCanada worked closely with the Pipeline Hazardous Materials and Safety Administration (PHMSA) in the aftermath of the incident to identify what actions would need to be taken in order to safely return the pipeline to service at its approved maximum allowable operating pressure. Among other things, TransCanada conducted an inline inspection of the entire length of the pipe and provided the data and analysis to PHMSA. PHMSA worked diligently with the TransCanada team and the information provided and concluded that as of noon Saturday, October 8, Bison could safely lift its force majeure condition and return to full service at its original maximum allowable operating pressure.” NGI regrets the error.

October 20, 2011

Two Former Duke Employees Indicted for Cooking Books to Boost Bonuses

A federal grand jury handed up a 20-count superseding indictment Monday against Todd Reid and Timothy Kramer, two of the three former Duke Energy employees charged last spring with using bogus round-trip gas and power trades to inflate profits and doctor company books in order to boost their cash and stock bonuses.

December 7, 2005

Two Former Duke Employees Indicted for Cooking Books to Boost Bonuses

A federal grand jury handed up a 20-count superseding indictment last Monday against Todd Reid and Timothy Kramer, two of the three former Duke Energy employees charged last spring with using bogus round-trip gas and power trades to inflate profits and doctor company books in order to boost their cash and stock bonuses.

February 21, 2005

Former El Paso Trader Pleads Guilty, Agrees to Cooperate

Todd Geiger, the former El Paso Corp. natural gas trader accused of reporting bogus data to an energy trade publication in an attempt to manipulate gas price indexes, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of false reporting and agreed to cooperate with the federal prosecution. In exchange for the guilty plea, one wire fraud count was dropped against him.

December 15, 2003

Former El Paso Trader Pleads Guilty, Agrees to Cooperate

Todd Geiger, the former El Paso Corp. natural gas trader accused of reporting bogus data to an energy trade publication in an attempt to manipulate gas price indexes, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of false reporting and agreed to cooperate with the federal prosecution. In exchange for the guilty plea, one wire fraud count was dropped against him.

December 12, 2003

EPA’s Emissions Plan Criticized for Omitting CO2 Restrictions

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman last week told the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works that it is premature to put in place new carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions restrictions on power plants. But the president’s plan will be designed to curb nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxides (SO2) and mercury, she said. The administration’s proposed legislation also will strive to simplify the “complex web of existing regulations.”

July 30, 2001

Senators Urge EPA to Stand By NOx Reduction Timeline

Sens. Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) and James Jeffords (I-VT) last week called on EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman to resist pressure to delay implementation of air pollution controls required by the Clean Air Act.

June 4, 2001

Senators Urge EPA to Stand By NOx Reduction Timeline

Sens. Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) and James Jeffords (I-VT) last week called on EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman to resist pressure to delay implementation of air pollution controls required by the Clean Air Act.

June 4, 2001
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