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State Cleared to Air Allegations of Impropriety at SCANA Hearings

The South Carolina Public Service Commission has agreed to open previously confidential SCANA documents and add them to the docket for the upcoming evidentiary hearings into the proposed merger with Dominion Resources,featured

SCANA Ratepayers Want More from Dominion Deal

At an evening public hearing on October 8, some customers of South Carolina Electric & Gas urged state regulators to reject a takeover offer for the utility’s parent company SCANA by Dominion Energy,featured

Four Essentials from CTFN this Week

CME has not yet submitted its filing for its acquisition of NEX Group to the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority as the company seeks to complete its pre-submission work on the case, sources close to the situation told CTFN. More here … During the recent Ontario provincial election campaign in Canada, newly-elected Premier Doug Ford … Read Morefeatured

SCE&G Gets Last Word in SCANA Hearing

The three government parties to the South Carolina Electric & Gas hearing this week finished the two-day preliminary injunction bid with disjunctive pleadings that repeated each other’s main points, in contrast tofeatured

SCANA/Dominion: Notes from Court July 31

As of 5:11pm EDT … The PSC’s lead attorney John Reagle began his closing argument by disputing SCE&G’s assertion that the experimental rate is causing the company irreparable harm. “There is no irreparable harm in this case,” Reagle toldfeatured

Judge Questions SCANA on Injunction Move

Monday’s hearing on a bid by SCANA to erase a temporary reduction in customer rates ended with an extraordinary question and answer session between federal Judge Michelle Childs andfeatured

SCANA/Dominion: Notes from Court July 30

As of 4:36pm …. Following a brief recess, the courtroom lights inexplicably go out and a lawyer from the SCE&G side calls out, “that’s Duke Power” to great laughter in the court. A lawyer from the PSC side respondsfeatured

Three Essentials from CTFN This Week

Antitrust sources told CTFN that they expect the Department of Justice’s review of the Rockwell Collins/United Technologies merger to conclude later in the third quarter. More here … To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Updated: PSC Implements SCANA Rate Cut as Company Challenges Move in Court

Without discussion, the South Carolina Public Service Commission on July 2 voted to enact a sweeping rate cut for South Carolina Electric and Gas Co. customers stemming from the abandonment of construction on twofeatured

South Carolina Legislature Votes to Reduce Surcharge on SCANA Customers

A bill passed by the South Carolina legislature on June 27 that calls for slashing SCE&G customer’s monthly bills to pay for two unfinished nuclear reactors faces an almostfeatured


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