Fortnightly Magazine - April 15 2002
A response to Bruce Radford’s “100-to-1 Odds, Why merchant transmission still looks iffy,” in the March 1, 2002 issue.
While responsive to the operational requirements of the particular systems, several new pipeline services enable generators to react more promptly to spiking electric demand.
The solution to California's crisis may have been lapping at the beach.
Experts debate how energy companies should be valued in the wake of electric restructuring and Enron.
Understanding power company volatility in the context of valuation theory.
An analysis of the latest wave of unbundling, re-bundling, and convergence plays in the gas-power industries.
On the virtues and vices of ICAP, ACAP, FTRs, hubs, flowgates, DAMs, and gaming.