Utilities’ e-business plans on track, Chartwell study finds

Chartwell’s Guide to E-Business in the Energy Industry 2001 focuses on the business-to-customer side of e-commerce transactions and Internet-based services, and reveals that customer relationship management, integrating traditional business functions and systems with the web, and determining just what Internet services to provide are among the biggest industry concerns.

TULSA, Okla., Jan. 3, 2001 (PRNewswire) — Williams (NYSE: WMB) said today that expanding earnings capacity in marketing and trading combined with the growth of its other energy businesses should enable the company to meet or exceed Wall Street’s 2001 estimates of $1.26 per share for consolidated and $1.73 per share for energy-only results.

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