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  • 09/27/2000 -- Electric Power news briefs, September 27
    Southern Illinois Power Cooperative ... Foster Wheeler Energy Corp. ... Dynegy Inc. ... The North Carolina Municipal Power Agency ... Westcoast Energy Inc. ... Coastal Corp. ... PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara ... Duke/Fluor Daniel ... Energy Cooperative of New York Inc. ... Waste Management Inc. ... Unitil/Fitchburg Gas & Electric Light Co. ... Endesa SA ... Iberdrola Energ�SA ... OGE Energy Corp. ... Enogex Inc. ... American Electric Power Co. Inc. ... Louisville Gas & Electric Co.
  • 09/28/2000 -- US trade commission clears way for Shell, BASF polyolefins merger
    The US Federal Trade Commission cleared the way Wednesday for the merger of the polyolefins operations of Royal Dutch/Shell Group and BASF AG that was announced last year.
  • 09/28/2000 -- OSHA proposal worries US drilling industry
    A proposal by the US Occupational Safety & Health Administration to redefine lower back pain as a compensated injury, rather than a medical symptom, could cost the land drilling industry billions of dollars and might drive some contractors out of business, said a drilling safety officer Wednesday.
  • 09/29/2000 -- US independent refiners enjoying record margins
    It's a good time to be an independent refiner in the US—arguably the best in many years for a segment of the industry that has seen more than its share of difficulties in the past couple of decades. At least one analyst expects US refining earnings to more than triple this year vs. last year.
  • 09/29/2000 -- Gov. Bush offers broad energy policy
    Texas Gov. George W. Bush, the Republican candidate for the US presidency, Friday proposed more than 20 energy policy initiatives that he said would decrease US dependence on foreign oil imports. Several of the measures were keyed to a proposal to allow exploration on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge east of Prudhoe Bay field in Alaska.
  • 09/29/2000 -- Processing news briefs, Sept. 29
    TotalFinaElf � US Export-Import Bank � SACE � Taylor-DeJongh � Rio Polimeris � Petrobras
  • 10/03/2000 -- Market watch, Oct. 3
    Energy futures prices jumped in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange Monday. Persian Gulf tensions and a hurricane developing in the Gulf of Mexico helped boost prices.
  • 10/03/2000 -- Rentech to apply GTL process to industrial off-gas
    Rentech Inc., Denver, said Tuesday it will conduct a feasibility study to apply its patented and proprietary Fischer-Tropsch gas-to-liquids (GTL) process to convert industrial off-gas into sulfur- and aromatic-free GTL products. Rentech said a major chemical company has engaged it to perform the study for at a plant in the US.
  • 10/03/2000 -- Electric Power news briefs, October 3
    Compaq Computer Corp. ... Enron Energy Services ... ATCO Power ... Bulwer Island Energy Partnership ... Wisconsin Electric ... Xcelecom Inc. ... McPhee Electric Ltd. LLC ... Southern Energy Inc. ... Ameren Corp. ... Enporion Inc. .... SembCorp Industries ... Commonwealth Edison Co.
  • 10/04/2000 -- Lukoil revamps petrochemical sector structure, strategy
    Russian company Lukoil's Pres. Vagit Alekperov said Tuesday that the company would restructure its petrochemical unit, ZAO Lukoil-Neftechim, and raise its interest in the unit to 100%.
  • 10/04/2000 -- Pequiven launches Venezuelan plastics initiative
    Venezuela's Pequiven will launch a pilot program to reactivate the plastics industry in Venezuela's northern state of Aragua in order to create new opportunities for plastic processors that would boost local and national economies.
  • 10/05/2000 -- Weather delays Canada-US pipeline completion
    Vector Pipeline says completion of its 331-mile natural gas line will be delayed a month until December due to bad weather. The 700 MMcfd line from Dawn, Ont., to Chicago, Ill., was originally scheduled for completion Nov. 1, but construction was delayed by heavy rains in Michigan and Indiana.
  • 10/06/2000 -- Priming the pump for trouble
    The fuel price protests, when they began to bite across Britain in mid-September, caught everyone-not least the ruling New Labour government-on the back foot.
  • 10/06/2000 -- Electric Power news briefs, October 6
    Constellation Power Source .... Nicor Gas Inc. ... Allegheny Power ... PJM Interconnection LLC ... InterGen ... Rotterdam Energy Co. Ltd. ... Royal/Dutch Shell Group ... Bechtel Corp. ... Beale Air Force Base ... Energy Masters International Inc. ... Vectren Corp. ... Dayton Power & Light Co. ... Southern Co. ... Alabama Municipal Electric Authority ... FuelCell Energy Inc. ... Mercedes-Benz US International Inc. ... MTU Friedrichshafen ... Gas Industry Standards Board
  • 10/06/2000 -- Petrobras seeks partners to refine heavy oil
    Petrobras President Henri Philippe Reichstul said this week that his company plans to secure overseas partners, possibly US refineries, to refine heavy oil.
  • 10/06/2000 -- Borealis inaugurates first Borstar polypropylene plant in Austria
    The Borealis Group on Friday christened its first Borstar polypropylene plant at its existing production site at Schwechat, Austria.
  • 10/09/2000 -- Ernst & Young report Australia's refiners losing money
    The latest report on Australia�s crude oil refining industry shows a continuing loss of income. Accounting firm Ernst & Young�s report on the finances for 1999 for the 'big four' refining and marketing companies�Shell Australia Ltd., Caltex Australia Pty. Ltd., BP Australia Ltd. and Mobil Oil Australia Ltd.�shows that they lost a combined total of $61 million (Aus.) on their Australian refining operations.
  • 10/09/2000 -- ISSUES & ANALYSIS: Technology, renewable mandates boost wind energy projects
    After a lull, wind energy is making a come back, in some instances with a new look. Northern Alternative Energy Inc., for example, is investing $400 million in a 650 Mw combined gas-fired peaking and wind power project that will permit the company to deliver firm rather than interruptible power to customers.
  • 10/09/2000 -- Goodyear, Sandia Labs to study petrochemical efficiency processes
    Goodyear Chemical and the US Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories reported they plan to jointly study new, more energy efficient processes that could dramatically reduce the US petrochemical industry's dependence on foreign oil.
  • 10/09/2000 -- Enterprise Products Partners increases stake in Dixie Pipeline
    A subsidiary of Enterprise Products Partners LP completed the purchase of an additional 8.38% ownership interest in the Dixie Pipeline Co. from a Conoco Inc. affiliate, officials said Monday.

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