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California Expects $300M of Federal Energy Stimulus Funds

The California Energy Commission (CEC) expects to receive up to $300 million of funding from the Obama administration’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and it has set up a portion of the CEC website to track what the state does with the monies, it said Tuesday. CEC staff’s initial review of ARRA’s nearly $800 billion has looked at a $37 billion portion earmarked for energy efficiency, renewables and other clean energy initiatives.

March 4, 2009

ExxonMobil, Affiliates Ready to Sell Gas-Rich Assets in Texas, Canada

ExxonMobil Corp. has a bundle of natural gas-heavy properties in Texas and Canada up for sale, according to Indigopool.com, Schlumberger’s acquisition and divestiture website.

May 29, 2007

ExxonMobil, Affiliates Ready to Sell Gas-Rich Assets in Texas, Canada

ExxonMobil Corp. has a bundle of natural gas-heavy properties in Texas and Canada up for sale, according to Indigopool.com, Schlumberger’s acquisition and divestiture website.

May 28, 2007

FERC Unveils Web-Based ‘Living State of the Market Report’

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Thursday unveiled new detailed energy market statistics pages on its website that were produced by its Energy Market Oversight (EMO) division. The pages display charts and graphs of current market fundamentals and detailed regional statistics on natural gas and power supply, demand, flows, gas storage and prices.

January 19, 2007

DOE Awards $89M to Weatherize Homes, Creates Energy-Saver Website

Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham announced this week that the Department of Energy (DOE) will award $89.4 million to 19 states to weatherize the homes of low-income families to save energy as the nation faces a potential natural gas supply shortfall in the months ahead. The weatherization year for the 19 states took effect July 1.

July 3, 2003

Order 637 Shows Signs of Success

CapacityCenter.com —ÿa B2B e-commerce website — releasedresearch results yesterday that shows that the pipeline capacityrelease marketplace is responding positively to the price capremoval provisions of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’sOrder 637.

February 27, 2001

Industry Brief

Pittsburgh-based OnlineChoice announced yesterday that it haslaunched www.GasChoice.com, a free website that allows consumersnationwide to join no-obligation natural gas buying pools.GasChoice.com is forming buying pools right now in every state sothat once deregulation hits that locale, the pools of residentialand commercial consumers with group buying power are ready to bidand ready to save, the company said. In addition, the company isaggressively developing buying pool websites for telephone service,Internet access, and home security systems, all of which arefollowing closely on the heels of GasChoice.

January 26, 2000
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