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GPSC Passes Controversial Emergency Rules

The Georgia Public Service Commission (GPSC) last weekunanimously voted out two orders, one that offers customers theoption of changing gas marketers monthly and one that prohibits gasdisconnections for residential customers until April 1. A thirdorder, which will allow customers to change marketers even if theyhave outstanding debt with their previous marketer, squeaked by ona three to two vote with Commissioner Stan Wise˜and newly appointedChairman Lauren “Bubba” McDonald dissenting.

January 29, 2001

Senate Panel Votes Out Norton Nomination

The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee last weekvoted out the controversial nomination of Gale Norton for secretaryof the Department of Interior.

January 29, 2001

Senate Panel Votes Out Norton

The Senate Energy and Natural Resources committee yesterdayvoted out the controversial nomination of Gale Norton for secretaryof the Department of Interior.

January 25, 2001

GPSC Passes Controversial Emergency Rules

The Georgia Public Service Commission (GPSC) last weekunanimously voted out two orders, one that offers customers theoption of changing gas marketers monthly and one that prohibits gasdisconnections for residential customers until April 1. A thirdorder, which will allow customers to change marketers even ifÿtheyhave outstanding debt with their previous marketer, squeaked by ona three to two vote with Commissioner Stan Wiseÿand newly appointedChairman Lauren “Bubba” McDonald dissenting.

January 25, 2001

FERC Issues ‘Detailed’ Filing Rule for Electric Mergers

FERC last week voted out a final rule that lays out the”detailed” requirements electric utilities must meet whensubmitting merger applications. The new rule is intended to helpmerger partners file “more complete” applications upfront, whichthen would improve the odds for speedier processing by theCommission, said Commissioner William Massey, who has led the drivefor a streamlined merger process at FERC.

November 13, 2000

FERC Gives Nod to Merger Filing Rule

FERC yesterday voted out a final rule that lays out “detailed”requirements for electric utilities to meet when submitting mergerapplications. The new rule is intended to help merger partners file”more complete” applications upfront, which then would improve theodds for speedier processing by the Commission, said CommissionerWilliam Massey, who has led the drive for a streamlined mergerprocess at FERC.

November 9, 2000

Horizon Pipeline Gets FERC Nod

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission voted out a conditional certificate at last week’s regular meeting for the proposed 70-mile long Horizon Pipeline to carry 380 MMcf/d from the Joliet, IL, hub into northern Illinois.

September 18, 2000

Horizon Pipeline Gets FERC Nod

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission voted out a conditionalcertificate at yesterday’s regular meeting for the proposed 70-milelong Horizon Pipeline to carry 380 MMcf/d from the Joliet, IL, hubinto northern Illinois.

September 15, 2000

Mackenzie Valley Leases Bring High Dollars

For the second time this summer, Canadian natural gas producershave voted with their pocketbooks to revive northern drilling andexpectations that an Arctic pipeline will be built.

August 21, 2000

Mackenzie Valley Leases Bring High Dollars

For the second time this summer, Canadian natural gas producershave voted with their pocketbooks to revive northern drilling andexpectations that an Arctic pipeline will be built.

August 21, 2000