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CPUC Vows to Review Dynegy’s Costs

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) thinks DynegyPower Marketing Inc. doth protest too much.

January 16, 2001

CPUC Vows to Review Dynegy’s CA Costs

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) thinks DynegyPower Marketing Inc. doth protest too much.

January 15, 2001

CPUC Vows to Review Dynegy’s CA Costs

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) thinks DynegyPower Marketing Inc. doth protest too much.

January 15, 2001

Senate Vows to Pass Pipeline Safety Bill

The Department of Transportation’s Office of Pipeline Safety(OPS) came under sharp attack last week on Capitol Hill, withcritics lashing out against the agency for its “poor record” ofensuring the safe operation of the hundreds of thousands of milesof natural gas and hazardous liquids pipelines that criss-cross thenation.

May 15, 2000

Senate Vows to Pass Pipe Safety Bill This Year

The Department of Transportation’s Office of Pipeline Safety(OPS) came under sharp attack yesterday on Capitol Hill, withcritics lashing out against the agency for its “poor record” ofensuring the safe operation of the hundreds of thousands of milesof natural gas and hazardous liquids pipelines that criss-cross thenation.

May 12, 2000

FTC Chair Vows Close Scrutiny of Merger Efficiency Claims

There has been a sharp increase in market power in theelectricity market and merger activity is poised to skyrocket withthe spread of electric deregulation, Federal Trade CommissionChairman Robert Pitofsky told the Federal Energy RegulatoryCommission last week.

April 24, 2000

FTC Chair Vows Close Scrutiny of Merger Efficiency Claims

There has been a sharp increase in market power in theelectricity market and merger activity is poised to skyrocket withthe spread of electric deregulation, Federal Trade CommissionChairman Robert Pitofsky told the Federal Energy RegulatoryCommission yesterday.

April 20, 2000

FP&L Vows to be One of the Cleanest Utilities

Florida Power & Light Co. says it will meet future customergrowth in this decade by increasing the electricity generatingcapability of its system by 24% using environmentally friendlynatural-gas technology.

April 4, 2000

NGPL Vows to Fight DOJ Complaint

Kinder Morgan Inc. said it has filed a “motion to dismiss” inColorado Federal District Court and will defend itself against acomplaint filed Dec. 20 by the Justice Department on behalf of theEnvironmental Protection Agency. The complaint alleges KMIsubsidiary Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America (NGPL) failed toobtain all necessary air quality permits when constructing theAkron Compressor Station in Weld County, CO, more than 20 yearsago. It requests penalties up to the statutory maximums of $25,000per day of violation prior to January 30, 1997 and $27,500 for eachday of violation after January 31, 1997.

March 29, 2000

NPC Vows to Act on Gas Report Findings

Members of the National Petroleum Council (NPC) overwhelminglyapproved a report yesterday by its natural gas committeeforecasting a 32% increase in gas demand over the next decade.Titled “Meeting the Challenges of the Nation’s Growing Natural GasDemand,” the study will be used as a platform for member companiesto lobby for increased access to protected producing areas, morecomprehensive research and development projects and increasedfunding.

December 16, 1999