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Fortnightly Magazine - September 15 2001

Reversal of Fortune? Wall Street Rethinks Merchant Power

Analysts ask why stocks plunged, even as earnings grew - for generators as well as utilities.
Richard Stavros

"Manufacturing companies locate around the world. You're seeing the same situation in the power business."

Neptune and the Northeast

What a merchant transmission line could bring to the table.
Edward Krapels

Neptune and the Northeast

 

After the Shakeout: Another Look at the Georgia Gas Market

Five suppliers are left. But that works when the utility gets out of the supply business.
Emily A. Bartman and George R. Hall

After the Shakeout: Another Look at the Georgia Gas Market

 

Frontlines

A reader claims that wholesale power competition makes conservation more valuable than before.
Bruce W. Radford

Frontlines

DSM Revisited

 

 

Mail

Give the British credit, but what about us?
Public Utilities Fortnightly

Mail

 

Benchmarks

Kevin Cooney

Benchmarks



Off Peak

The El Paso case just won't quit.
Joint Complainants v. El Paso Natural Gas Co., FERC Docket No. RP01-484- 000

Off Peak

September 15, 2001

Let's Play "Spin the Pipeline"

 

The El Paso case just won't quit.

It began over a year ago, on April 4, 2000. That's when California accused El Paso Natural Gas Co. of manipulating capacity rights on its natural gas pipeline by auctioning them off to its own affiliate, El Paso Merchant Energy.