PennNET and PennWell form PennEnergy

The launch of the new company underscores pennNET’s growing focus on the energy portion of its business. PennEnergy will own and operate the Oil & Gas Journal Exchange which has operated in Houston since January 2000 and Oil & Gas Journal Online which has operated in Houston since 1996.

SAN DIEGO, Calif., Jan. 29, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE)—In what is widely considered to certify San Diego’s leadership role in the development and implementation of government-based information technology, California State legislators including State Senate Majority Leader, Richard Polanco, Assemblyman Marco Firebaugh, Chair Information Technology for Assembly, and California’s Chief Information Officer Elias Cortez will be visiting San Diego to review, with City leaders, technology developed by the City’s Data Processing Corporation.

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PennNET and PennWell form PennEnergy

The launch of the new company underscores pennNET’s growing focus on the energy portion of its business. PennEnergy will own and operate the Oil & Gas Journal Exchange which has operated in Houston since January 2000 and Oil & Gas Journal Online which has operated in Houston since 1996.

Jan. 31, 2001—Reliant Energy Wholesale Group Pres. Joe Bob Perkins warned there could be 1,100 hr of blackouts in California for the rest of the year in testimony before the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Wednesday.