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  • 06/05/2001 -- OPEC plans to reassess its options in July
    The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries delayed making any production changes during its Tuesday meeting in Vienna, saying it will reassess crude inventories and market prices during a July 3 emergency meeting. The wait-and-see approach comes after Iraq halted its oil exports to protest the UN decision to extend its oil-for-food program for only 1 month.
  • 06/05/2001 -- Mexican president to discuss energy with Canada
    Mexican President Vicente Fox has invited the chief executives of senior Canadian energy companies to a meeting at his ranch for private talks on how Canada can play a larger role in Mexican energy.
  • 06/04/2001 -- Electric Power news briefs, June 4
    American Electric Power Co.. ... Houston Pipe Line Co. ... Mirant ... Cheng Power Systems ... PG&E National Energy Group ... Calpine Corp. ... GWF Energy LLC ... Industrikraft Midt-Norge ... Endesa ... Companhia de Interconexao Energetica ... PacifiCorp ... SeaWest WindPower ... Termogaucha-Usina Termelectrica ... General Electric International ... Canadian Fertilizers ... PanCanadian Petroleum Ltd. ... Intermountain Gas Co. ... Westcoast Energy
  • 06/04/2001 -- Canada urged to invest $100 million to support Arctic development
    A report by a Canadian federally appointed committee says the country must invest at least $100 million (Can.) in seed money to support Arctic resource development. The funds would be in addition to any financial support that Ottawa might provide for Arctic pipeline development.
  • 06/01/2001 -- US seeks more changes to UN's sanctions on Iraq
    The US Friday sought to accelerate changes to the decade-old international sanctions against Iraq. United Nations diplomats seem cautiously optimistic the US may be able to broker a compromise to what has become a decade-old stalemate in the Middle East.
  • 06/01/2001 -- OPEC's June bug
    Questions surrounding global crude production levels seem decidedly less clear-cut for the 10 voting members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries in the runup to this week's ministerial meeting in Vienna.
  • 05/31/2001 -- DOE funds 11 R&D projects to improve gas pipelines
    US Energy Sec. Spencer Abraham Thursday announced 11 government-industry projects that will develop high-technology ways to improve interstate gas pipelines' safety and performance. Research will include miniature robots and other methods to detect leaks or corrosion.
  • 05/30/2001 -- SOCAL says California pipeline capacity adequate
    Contradicting critics, Southern California Gas Co. (SOCAL) insists it has sufficient capacity to meet demand for gas this summer on its intrastate pipeline system. But bottlenecks at the border almost insure certain customers, including electric generators, will pay higher gas prices this summer, said Norman Pederson, attorney with Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue of Los Angeles.
  • 05/30/2001 -- Canadian companies to operate Oman pipeline system
    Oman Gas Co. has awarded a consortium of two Canadian companies a 5-year contract to operate and maintain the Omani gas transmission system, which includes an existing 800-km pipeline and two lines under construction totaling 1,000 km.
  • 05/30/2001 -- California's Davis praises Bush directive on natural gas
    California Gov. Gray Davis Tuesday praised President George W. Bush's directive to investigate high natural gas prices in the state, but confirmed they remained far apart on the 'big enchilada' of temporary electricity price relief. Newly appointed FERC commissioner Pat Wood will look into charges of gas market manipulation, Davis said.
  • 05/30/2001 -- Clarkson expects tanker market to remain strong until fall
    The last 6 months have marked the best tanker market in decades, reports Clarkson Research Studies, London. In its latest survey, Clarkson said a large proportion of the tanker fleet is trading on the spot market at rates between $30,000 and $80,000/day.
  • 05/30/2001 -- Oceaneering International, Det Norske Veritas join forces
    Oceaneering International Inc. said its Norwegian subsidiary, Oceaneering AS, signed a joint venture agreement with Det Norske Veritas to provide subsea inspection services. The 50:50 joint venture company, Argus RTM AS, will be based in Stavanger, Norway
  • 05/29/2001 -- Coalition says SOCAL pipeline profits from constraints
    Southern California Gas Co. (SOCAL) has little incentive to expand its pipeline capacity because of state rules that allow the company to pocket profits from reselling gas and other gas services in a tight market, witnesses said during a conference on the California gas market.
  • 05/29/2001 -- ATCO acquires new Alberta gas processing plant, pipeline
    ATCO Midstream Ltd., a unit of the ATCO Group, Calgary, has acquired a gas gathering and processing plant and a pipeline from Fortune Energy Inc. and Devlan Exploration Inc. for an undisclosed sum.
  • 05/29/2001 -- Conoco agrees to buy Gulf Canada Resources in $6.3 billion deal
    In its strategic push for a quick increase in North American natural gas operations, Conoco Inc., Houston, agreed to buy Gulf Canada Resources Ltd., Calgary, for $4.3 billion cash, or $6.7 billion (Can), officials said Tuesday.
  • 05/29/2001 -- Enbridge looking for more US gas company acquisitions
    Patrick Daniel, president and CEO of Enbridge Inc., says his firm is seeking more acquisitions like the recent $600 million deal for Midcoast Energy Resources Inc.
  • 05/25/2001 -- Sonatrach signs $70 million pipeline contract with ABB Lummus
    Algerian state oil company Sonatrach signed a $70 million contract with Swedish ABB Lummus Group for the extension of the OH3 oil pipeline linking Hassi Berkine and Haoud El Hamra oil fields in southeast Algeria, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' news agency said Friday.
  • 05/24/2001 -- Environmental assessment process for Canada's NWT pipeline proposals under way
    Boards and agencies regulating developments in Canada's Northwest Territories have announced plans for a draft framework for a single environmental process for pipelines in Canada's Arctic. The draft framework should streamline the review of any pipeline applications to move natural gas from the Mackenzie Delta and Beaufort Sea offshore to southern markets.
  • 05/22/2001 -- DONG AS urges flexibility in Danish gas decontrol
    An amendment to Danish natural gas legislation could increase competition and split Dansk Olie og Naturgas AS's gas activities into numerous subsidiaries, Chairman Sven Riskær told shareholders. He urged lawmakers to allow DONG to compete in the production and marketing of other forms of energy, including electricity.
  • 05/22/2001 -- Sithe blames high Boston area power prices on transmission constraints
    Sithe Energies Inc. said yesterday higher consumer electric prices in the Boston area result from transmission constraints that are the responsibility of the local utility, NSTAR, to fix. NSTAR filed last week with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, alleging generating companies Sithe and PG&E charged excessive rates for electricity. NSTAR requested FERC order refunds and revoke the generators' authority to charge market-based rates when electricity is not available from other sources.

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