Federal order produces 300 MW for California ISO

But the emergency resources were not enough to forestall a Stage 1 emergency declaration Wednesday, signifying electrical reserves are below 7%. Kellan Fluckiger, ISO president, said in a teleconference he expects to call a Stage 2 emergency, signifying reserves have dropped below 5%, during peak demand later in the day.

Dec. 20, 2000—With demand for gas and power escalating in California, PG&E Corp. is pursuing an expansion of its interstate Pacific Northwest pipeline system to be completed by late 2002.

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