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Monthly Archives: July 2007

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Water Bills Will Not Rise:

admin July 31, 2007

Water bills will not have to rise to pay for flood costs, the industry regulator promised yesterday. Ofwat chairman Philip Fletcher said that, unless there were “exceptional circumstances” involving new obligations, current price plans would remain untouched until 2010. His declaration follows warnings from Lady Young, chairman of the Environment Agency, that bills would have… Continue Reading »

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CATS Update:

admin July 30, 2007

The Central Area Transmission System gas pipeline in the U.K. North Sea is expected to restart in September after work to repair damage, pipeline operator BP PLC (BP) said Monday. “Following a comprehensive engineering assessment of the inspection data, it has been determined that the pipeline has suffered damage and a permanent repair will be… Continue Reading »

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UK Energy Companies:

admin July 30, 2007

Britain’s big household energy suppliers have come under withering attack from the industry’s consumer watchdog over their failure to pass on cheaper prices to customers, just days before British Gas is expected to announce a £600 million rebound in profitability. Energywatch, the consumer protection group, accuses the dominant players in the multibillion-pound sector of operating… Continue Reading »

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