PG&E comments on federal plan to expand Path 15

“As more power plants come on-line in California and the Western states over the next few years, the transmission system needs to be enhanced to move the new power to where it’s needed. The upgrades to be pursued by the Department of Energy will help to eliminate the congestion that currently exists, and provide additional room to move the output from the new power resources that are planned and under construction in the Western United States.

MINNEAPOLIS, May 29, 2001 — Natural Resource Group, Inc. (NRG), a Minneapolis-based environmental consulting firm, announced it has been awarded a contract to conduct U.S. feasibility studies for a potential natural gas pipeline from northern Alaska to the lower-48 states.

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