Greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation picks up where Acid Rain legislation left off, but affects far more sources and pollutants. Utility compliance programs face major uncertainties.
years on Capitol Hill, the last eight as senior legislative assistant for Rep. Ralph Hall (D-TX).
The Institute of Nuclear Power Operations has elected two new executives to its 1995 board of directors: E. Linn Draper, Jr. (em chairman, president, and CEO of American Electric Power Service Corp. (em and John L. Skolds, senior v.p. of generation at South Carolina Electric & Gas Co.
Jacek Makowski, chairman and CEO of J. Makowski Co. Inc., has been elected a trustee of Eastern Utilities Associates. He replaces John F.G. Eichorn, Jr. (em EUA president, chairman, and CEO.
Raymond E. Galvin, president of Chevron U.S.A. Production Co. and a v.p. of Chevron Corp., will serve as 1995-96 chairman of the Natural Gas Supply Association. Galvin has been acting NGSA chairman since December. t
As part of its reorganization, the Canadian Electrical Association has named four new v.p.'s: Francis Bradley, corporate resources management; Veikko Kammonen, customer services; Joanne LalumiŠre, electricity generation and trade; and Patrick McNeil, public affairs and environment.
The Southern Company has appointed David M. Ratcliffe to the newly created position or senior v.p. for external affairs. He will direct the company's public relations, corporate counsel, environmental policy, and federal government relations functions. He will also serve as Southern's corporate compliance officer.
Commissioner Andrew Rutnik of the Virgin Island Public Services Commission was appointed to the Committee on Energy Conservation of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. t
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