Watching Government: Gas/electric 2000

01/18/1999
Patrick Crow Washington, D.C. patc@ogjonline.com Next year, the U.S. Congress finally will pass legislation reforming retail electricity marketing, predicts Washington International Energy Group (WIEG). That was one of the Washington, D.C., energy consulting firm's predictions in its annual outlook. "We expect to see more activity (on electricity reform) in Washington," the firm said. "Comprehensive federal legislation is not likely to pass in 1999, but, by the turn of the century, we expect to see an elaborate Christmas tree-like comprehensive package that could be enacted in early 2000 before presidential electoral pressures take over." The firm sai...
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