Hearing
New Mexico Gas Company
Monday February 13, 2012
Santa Fe, New Mexico

First posted
Tuesday February 14, 2012 09:29
Updated
Saturday December 1. 2012 12:23

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Friday November 30. 2012 06:54


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#stiver



Report pdf

Saturday December 1. 2012 07:39

$6.678.23 plus tax?

$200 rebate?

17% means lower gas bills. :)

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#matt


NM Gas company notice



caused bill to investigate.

50 BTU/ft2 is figure to heat at home is figure Jason supplied.

Jason read, with difficulty, the name plate on our 31 year old furnace.

Jason and Matt visited on March 22, 2012 to estimate what high efficiency furnace would be required.



Matt, seen here,



examined the blueprints of our Better Homes and Gardens energy efficient home we built in 1981.

Tom Duncan was contractor.

No written estimate, as promised, was supplied.

So Jason visited again and said that he would give estimate.



Estimate was picked up at  Albuqerque Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling on Monday November 26, 2012.

Listen to Matt and bill talk about high efficiency furnaces.

Last question to Matt is about reduction of our monthly gas bill.





http://www.nmgco.com/lower_winter_bills



inside front cover of




Energy efficiency and Radon gas was subject of report on Today morning show Thursday November 29, 2012.

Monday November 19, 2012 11:52

Natural gas charade by the liberal arts 'educated' is fun to follow.


Sandy and the smart grid: who won?



http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#extension



Order granting pdf.


 

Motion pdf.


Saturday September 29, 2012 08:52

"Frackdown?" Environmental activists protest gas drilling



What happens to a New Mexico commercial customer if the customer refuses to pay a bill for no gas consumed to support energy efficiency program?
New Mexico

Date-based yes

Protection Dates November 15-March 15

Temperature-based no

Seasonal Policy A public regulated utility company shall not disconnect service to a residential customer for any billing cycle from November 15 through March 15 for nonpayment if the customer meets the qualifications for the low-income home energy assistance program and are current on their bills or if they have entered into a payment agreement with their provider and are current on payments under that agreement by Nov. 15. The utility company shall report the customer's need for assistance to the human services department and the department shall take immediate action to mitigate the problem.

Seminole Energy Services

1 August 17, 2012 Mr Anthony Apodaca explains problem with NMGCO energy efficiency program.
2 Bill call to Mr Apodaca September 20, 2012.
3 Mr Apodoca returns call September 20, 2012.
4 September 27, 2012 conversation asking Mr Apodoca to explain Seminole's customers' complaints.

PRC appears to be the culprit.




Mr Fernald mentioned that PNM is doing something similar. "Paying for Renewable Energy arrived in Wednesday September 26, 2012 mail.



Note Renewable Energy Rider and Cost-Effective Energy Saving charges.
Sept. 28--First Solar Inc. of Arizona expects to build 20 megawatts of new solar plants -- enough to power 7,000 average homes -- for Public Service Company of New Mexico, pending regulatory approval.

PNM proposed to add 20 MW of solar to its generating capacity under the utility's 2013 renewable energy procurement plan, submitted to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission in May. If approved, First Solar would build four new plants, nearly doubling PNM's solar electric generation.

Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer
krobinson-avila@abqjournal.com / 505-823-3820






http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#apodoca



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NMGCO meeting 3 powerpoint foils

Tuesday September 18, 2012 20:15





Tuesday September 18, 2012 15:50

Ms Annette Gardiner, President
New Mexico Gas Company

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#gardinerhoman

Hello Ms Gardiner,

Flawed methodology, imo, described by Ms Mary Homan on August 17, 2012 need to be brought to your attention for correction so that New Mexico Gas Company rate payers are not charged for apparent incompetent procedures.

Transcription what Ms Homan said in meeting is imperfect
in that request ... we detail what those programs are we have testimony that supports it and backing that testimony are part of our exhibits are scientific studies that show these savings are from national laboratories .. ah ..then they are adjusted for our own climate in ? out here ? so its all based on scientific fact and documentation on that. The commission has it own staff to analyze that and well as the other invervening parties.. They come back to challenge whatever ??? attorneys to bring out further facts and eventually it get over to the commission to rules on that.

but Ms. Homan's message is clear.

Testimony is most important. Facts and scientific studies support testimony.

Proper methodology, imo, is to conduct competent engineering and scientific studies of the problem, then prepare a written report with references.

The report authors should solicit written comments about their report.

Report comments should be published for public scrutiny. And the report be revised to include any required changes

Listen to Ms Homan' comments on August 17, 2012.

The suggested testimony approach seems to come from a different Ms. Homan than the one I knew from the 2008 PNM natural gas Integrated Resources Planning meeting.

Perhaps someone is telling Ms Homan to use the flawed Testimony approach? If so, who? And why?

Please investigate and let me know in writing by September 25, 2012 so that I can report to NMGCO rate payers.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill

Saturday September 8, 2012 08:03

Time to do something about?
Monday August 27, 2012 10:21

Methodoloy explanation by Ms Mary Homan and Friday August 17, 2012 meeting.

Testimony appears to be a flawed liberal arts 'educated' procedure .



 

Tuesday September 4, 2012 08:53

Recovery of our stolen $22,036 is complicated because the liberal arts 'educated' using their 'thinking' processes to try to avoid settlement.
Sunday July 29, 2012 11:33

Visabiltiy is key for this effort. 

Romney seems to back off adviser’s suggestion he would support Israeli strike against Iran



Thursday August 30, 2012 07:21

Hello ? - we know, you don't until action is taken;

The Powers That Be have, in the past, be able to commit crimes with impugnity.

TPTB knew, in the past, that they could meke a victim invisible and powerless for redress.

Technology may have reversed this.

$22,036 stolen from our Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings accounts is at issue.


Goal, of course, is return of our money with interest.

Options appear to

1 You and officials of the City of Albuquerque reason with SLFCU CEO Chistropher Jillson to put the money back, with interest, in our retirement protected savings account.

2 We file a driminal complaint affidavit against Mr Jillson.

Theft of $22,036 carries a nine year prison sentence, if Mr Jillson is convicted.

TPTB will surely try to see that Mr Jillson is not indicted.

pistol at my back at the John Carillo John Carillo APD substation by officer Romero pointed when we tried to prevent Mr Jillson from stealing the money.

Physical protection is likely required if we take step two.

3 We don't get the money back.

Corrupt New Mexico administration and Sandia National Laboratories, DOE, the US government, must be publicized internationally on the web.

Your help with 1 and 2 is solicited.


MORE TO COME! Albert Gore willing, of course. ;)


Please respond by Wednesday August 3, 2012.

Regards,
bill 

Game plan change!
Sunday August 26, 2012 20:20

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#mathis

Without Internet NIAC would be in media trouble too. 

MSM is a dangerous joke foisted upon all of us by the liberal arts 'educated'.
Former U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker has served in some of the world’s toughest regions. Now, just weeks after retiring and returning stateside, he’s facing charges of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident after a car crash. The AP is reporting that Crocker was arrested on Aug. 14 in Spokane Valley after an incident in which he allegedly hit another car with the 2009 Ford Mustang convertible he was driving.

Crocker, a Spokane native, announced his retirement last month for unspecified health reasons. Most recently, he was the ambassador to Afghanistan and had previously been ambassador to Iraq, where he served under President George W. Bush during the military “surge.” Before that, he was posted to troubled hotspots around the globe, including Pakistan, Syria, Kuwait, and Lebanon.

His lawyer, Julie Twyford, could not be reached immediately.

[Ryan Crocker was a liberal arts 'educated' English major at Whitman College class of 1971 and commencement speaker for the class of 2009.

Bill is a 1959 graduate of Whitman College and understands liberal arts BS 'education' . He was a math major.



They think they are in control. Let's hope they are incorrect. Albert Gore willing, of course.
Chester W. Nimitz, a German Texan, was the son of Chester Bernhard and Anna (Henke) Nimitz. He was born in Fredericksburg, Texas, where his house is now the Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site. His father died before he was born. He was significantly influenced by his grandfather, Charles H. Nimitz, a former seaman in the German Merchant Marine, who taught him, "the sea - like life itself - is a stern taskmaster. The best way to get along with either is to learn all you can, then do your best and don't worry - especially about things over which you have no control." [But we have some control. With help of late J Orlin Grabbe.]

And lose their jobs.
Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis


Do not fear the enemy, for your enemy can only take your life. It is far better that you fear the media, for they will steal your HONOR. That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse.

Mark Twain









But now it is the liberal arts 'educated' who are in vocational trouble. :)
Mr Trita Parsi spoke on NPR Friday morning during travel from Ilwaco to Portland airport.

Mr Parsi concluded that it was about impossible to get money from the US to Iran earthquake victims because of sanctions against Iran.



View online


Saturday August 25, 2012 08:54

Google 'ryan crocker j orlin grabbe'.

Liberal arts 'education' elevates BS.

Testimony is largely, if not completely, BS.


Former U.S. ambassador Ryan Crocker charged with drunken driving

August 23, 2012

Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and Afghanistan Ryan Crocker is facing drunken driving and hit-and-run charges in Washington state after his vehicle collided with a truck last week, authorities said on Thursday. Crocker, who stepped down from his job as ambassador to Afghanistan earlier this year because of ill health, recorded twice the legal limit when he took a blood alcohol breath test after the accident, State Trooper Troy Briggs said.


PNM large-scale solar generation of electricity subsidy.

Will Israel launch an attack on Iran?

Google 'Iran cornerstone of possible ww3'.

Liberal arts 'educated' are in focus. They voluble [Marked by a ready flow of speech; fluent] ... and a flock of Walking Eagles.

Think 'electricity' for this appears to be a looming world problem



Kermanshah, Iran?

Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah Branch. Bet the 'g' should be 's'. Corrected!

Some of these Facebook poster don't speak English. But they have buddies who can translaate from English to Arabic or Roman Farsi.

Settle, settle, settle before matters get FAR WORSE.

Attended meeting.



is now representing NMGCO energy efficiency project.

We did not ask what happened to Ms Stiver or Ms Stevens.

Mary Homan brought up subjects of testimony and engineering data.

Testimony is BS. Testimony would be used to try to justify no return of our stolen $22,036.

Email responses in order of receipt.
























Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2012 9:23:48 AM

Subject: Do you know more about energy efficiency ... 3/10%

Hello Mr Teschler,

Contents of your article Do you know more about energy efficiency than a regulator?
causes me to make you aware of another unfortunate New Mexico event.

New Mexico Gas Company is pushing energy efficiency though a program funded by rate payers. New Mexico citizens have taken it into their own hands to reduce consumption of natural gas.

Be amused by my questions regarding effectiveness New Mexico Gas Company energy efficiency program compared to customers' efforts.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#fernald

My impression of the hearing process can be summarized by two web defintions.

Incompetent - Not having the necessary skills to do something successfully.

Charade - 1.An absurd pretense intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.

But this flawed process is continuing on Friday August 17, 2012.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#homanaugust

Perhaps action should be taken to try to stop this wasting of New Mexico Gas Company rate payers money?

Regards,
bill










https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/602752257  


Two sides of a green-energy failure

Clean Energy: Obama Says It’s the Future, Paul Ryan Calls It a Fad




Should the U. S. switch to natural gas for transportation?
Solar power requires 3,580 sq miles of panels to generate one quad of energy per year. That means the U.S. would need 52,800 sq miles of panels (which is about the size of Alabama). And this calculation assumes 100% e?fficiency in getting electricity from solar panels into batteries. Solar power is also intermittent and panels rarely produce their rated output.

Nuclear power is more reliable and consistent at generating electricity than solar and wind power, and it takes a fraction of the land to generate the same amount of electricity. But there are fears of accidents (Fukushima and Three Mile Island), as well as terrorist attacks. There are also issues with obtaining fuel and disposing of nuclear waste [Marin Katusa's statement is comment



Five new generators are on track for completion this decade, including two reactors approved just a few weeks ago (the first new reactor approvals in the US in over 30 years). Those will add to the 104 reactors that are already in operation around the country and already produce 20% of the nation’s power.

Those reactors will eat up 19,724 tonnes of U3O8 this year, which represents 29% of global uranium demand. If that seems like a large amount, it is! The US produces more nuclear power than any other country on earth, which means it consumes more uranium that any other nation. However, decades of declining domestic production have left the US producing only 4% of the world’s uranium.

With so little homegrown uranium, the United States has to import more than 80% of the uranium it needs to fuel its reactors. Thankfully, for 18 years a deal with Russia has filled that gap. The “Megatons to Megawatts” agreement, whereby Russia downblends highly enriched uranium from nuclear warheads to create reactor fuel, has provided the US with a steady, inexpensive source of uranium since 1993. The problem is that the program is coming to an end next year.

The Upside to a Natural Gas Downturn
Marin Katusa, for The Daily Reckoning
Monday April 2, 2012

Let's see if it appears.]


We're building a global movement to solve the climate crisis.
Anti-Coal Coalition Seeks San Juan Plant Transition [Google for full article]
Albuquerque Journal, Tuesday August 14, 2012

Saying it’s time for PNM to move to clean energy sources, a coalition of environmental, health and faith groups informed state officials at a hearing Monday it’s launched a statewide petition drive calling for a transition from coal at the San Juan power plant.


The Hearing may have problems here.
All publicity is good if it is intelligent.

The Atlanta Constitution, January, 1915

On 9 April 2012, the Navy announced that the Enterprise and her group, Carrier Strike Group Twelve, would be assigned to join the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) in the Persian Gulf. The mission was described as routine, not a response to a specific threat. Upon completion of this mission, the Enterprise is scheduled to be deactivated (Fall 2012).[42] [edit]

Decommissioning

Enterprise, is scheduled for decommissioning on 1 December 2012 at Norfolk Naval Station, Virginia, with its inactivation scheduled to begin no later than 15 March 2013.[43][44] The deactivation of the Enterprise will result in a one-time increase of approximately $857.3 million in depot maintenance costs for the U.S. Navy's operation and maintenance budget for Fiscal Year 2013.[45]

Crew: Ship: 3,200 ; Air Wing: 2,480

[Dr Richard Sauder revealed a technicolor dream invovling a US nuclear carrier during breakfast at the Frontier resturant in Albuquerque in August 2008.]


Sunday August 12, 2012






http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#montazer




Friday August 10, 2012



? ? may get a pointed message. http://orlingrabbe.com/speccoll.htm

warrior



 
Zeitgeist is the general cultural, intellectual, ethical, spiritual, or political climate within a nation or even specific groups, along with the general ambiance, morals, sociocultural direction, and mood associated with the current era.

On new distribution list. :)




Carbon Capture and Sequestration: Where Does it Fit? (Part 2: Sequestration) $s.for some. Viz for us.










Anita Langley email is very likely a virus. Arival time of 06:09 would be 05:09 Vancouver, BC Canada time.

CARBON DIOXIDE IN NORTHEASTERN NEW MEXICO








Monday August 6, 2012 18:35

1 Get stolen money back 2 Get criminal complaint against Zbigniew Brzezinski properly porcessed in an attempt to avoid the inevitable.







Saeide, Mozhdeh, Marjan, Neda. Raha, Hanie, ...what's going on here?




Look for 'shahab mozaffari' on Facebook.



http://cryptome.org/jya/nsasuit6.htm

Former Mossad chief and national security adviser Ephraim Halevy was quoted by the New York Times on Thursday saying that if he were Iranian he "would be very fearful of the next 12 weeks".

Halevy also told Israel Radio on Thursday that if the Iranians "continue to play their games" in nuclear talks with world powers, they would be underestimating Israel's resolve.  

Carbon Capture and Sequestration: Where Does it Fit? (Part 1: Carbon Capture)
comments relevant to stolen money recovery.

While the coal business, which is our largest book of business, has softened, we've been able to offset that with strength in crude oil, in frack sand ...
Knight Capital Group Inc looks set to enter into a $400 million financing deal with a group of investors, allowing the trading firm to open its doors Monday after a crippling $440 million loss, although it will come at a steep cost to shareholders, sources familiar with the situation said.

'Knight-mare': Trading Glitches May Just Get Worse

DanP1966 | Aug 2, 2012 02:18 PM ET

This was no accident.

This was no glitch.

This was intentional.

It was either a hack or an employee.

It was either to just hurt the firm or it was a theft.

Key, High Risk, applications do not just go haywire on an upgrade and completely reverse their logic and override any checks.

This algo was buying at the offer and selling at the bid.

NO WAY that happens by accident. ...



The firm said the problem was triggered when it installed new trading software, which resulted in it sending numerous erroneous orders in 140 stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

[Knight Capital software 'problem' brings focus on how dangerous inclusion of 'intelligent' microcontrollers or computers in a system can be? Iran is aware of this too. Obama and Stuxnet recent thanks.]

The programming bug swept through the market at the open of exchanges on a day when Joyce, a 57-year-old Harvard College graduate known as TJ, limped into work following knee surgery. Joyce said that while the bug sent “a ton of orders, all erroneous” into the market as the firm prepared to trade with the NYSE’s new so-called retail liquidity program, it had “nothing to do” with the NYSE.

“Technology breaks,” Joyce told Bloomberg TV. “It ain’t good. We don’t look forward to it.” He added that the problem is mainly one for his firm, and “we did not harm individual investors, we got them out of the way.”

`Weak Testing'

“It appears Knight and other firms reliant on software to execute trades do not have the testing and quality-assurance function figured out yet,” said Bruce Weber, dean of the Lerner College of Business and Economics, who co- wrote “The Equity Trader Course” with Robert Schwartz and Deutsche Boerse CEO Reto Francioni. “As we’ve seen the consequences of weak testing and bugs that slip through is enormous.”

[' testing and quality-assurance' may not locate software OR hardware 'unadvertised feature'?]

Knight Capital's $440 million loss from errant trades, which has forced the company to consider selling all or part of itself, is the third time in five months that technical bugs have caused trouble for Wall Street players.

[C is a notoriously bug-prone memory-hogging technology. Forth is a super-reliable implementation technology.

Check out this Enchanted Learning webpage for information on Robert D. Ballard, Undersea Explorer A one line reference to this Forth application can be found in the 1985 entry on Byte's A Brief History of Programming Languages: "Forth controls the submersible sled that locates the wreck of the Titanic" ]

Knight Capital Group Inc looked set on Sunday to receive a $400 million capital injection from a group of investors, as it sought a rescue deal to avoid bankruptcy after a crippling $440 million loss, two sources familiar with the situation said.



370M people swelter in summer heat as Indian power grid fails to meet summer demand

By Associated Press, Published: July 29 | Updated: Monday, July 30, 6:14

NEW DELHI — Northern India’s power grid crashed Monday, halting hundreds of trains, forcing hospitals and airports to use backup generators and leaving 370 million people — more than the population of the United States and Canada combined — sweltering in the summer heat.

The blackout, the worst to hit India in a decade, highlighted the nation’s inability to feed a growing hunger for energy as it strives to become a regional economic power.







How To Prepare For The "Inevitable" War With Iran

Dear reader,

"The U.S.- Iran conflict has acquired an air of inevitability," writes Trita Parsi, the founder and president of the National Iranian American Council. "Iran and the United States are entrapped in a paradigm of enmity," she continues. "Within the mindset of this paradigm, both assume the worst about the other's intentions." It's this cycle of unending escalation and unquestioned conclusions, she says, that will soon cause the great American war machine to roar again.

Romney would back Israeli strike against Iran, senior adviser says

According to Israel National News, Mofaz, who formerly served as chief of Israel’s armed forces and an ex-defense minister, stated, “We need to ask ourselves… two questions.

“Will an early attack by Israel change Iran’s strategic situation regarding the nuclear program. My answer is no. And the second question is, will an early strike by Israel, in the current circumstances, in the existing situation in the Middle East… will an early attack lead to war?”

My answer is that the probability for this is very high,” Mofaz stated.

Romney: 'No option' excluded on Iran and nukes



Password remains invalid on Saturday July 28, 2012.

IMMEDIATELY after posting Dear ? we could not access prosefights or read email at comcast.

ws_ftp message










Nimitz grandfather advice.
Chester W. Nimitz, a German Texan, was the son of Chester Bernhard and Anna (Henke) Nimitz. He was born in Fredericksburg, Texas, where his house is now the Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site. His father died before he was born. He was significantly influenced by his grandfather, Charles H. Nimitz, a former seaman in the German Merchant Marine,

Grandather advice posted on wall of museum effectively read, ' If you can't do anything about it, then don't worry about it.'



Paul Gessing of the Rio Grande Foundation is on facebook. Sent Thursday Jly 26, 2012. 


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#gessing



 


J Orlin Grabbe [NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran Conflict is omited from Wkipedia bio.

Why? Suspected reason is that the government is attempting to suppress information about its ooftware and hardware spiking activities.

Google 'obama stuxnet' to see that this policy may have changed.

warrior


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#tweet


Monday July 30, 2012 16:54

Back to the liberal arts 'educated'.

Tweets.




Incompetent - Not having the necessary skills to do something successfully.

Charade - 1.An absurd pretense intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.

Flock - 1.A number of birds feeding, resting, or traveling together.

Walking Eagle -




At the conclusion his his speech, the Tribes presented
the Senator with a plaque inscribed with his new
Indian name - Walking Eagle. The proud Senature then
departed in his motorcade, waving to the crowds. A
news reporter later inquired to the group of chiefs how
they came to select the new name they had given to the
Senator. They explained that Walking Eagle is the name
given to a bird so full of shit it can no longer fly.

Charlatan - A person who makes elaborate, fraudulent, and often voluble [Marked by a ready flow of speech; fluent] claims to skill or knowledge; a quack or fraud.

Mountebank 1.A person who deceives others, esp. in order to trick them out of their money; a charlatan.

Not read.


Thursday July 26, 2012 0:33 

Professor Aboulghassem Zirakzadeh saved me in 1958. Bill might have had to spend another semester of year at Whitman College getting liberal arts 'educated'.

I got a 'gentleman's C' With C underlined TWICE on postcard.

Such kindness deserves reciprocation.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#griffin

1 Frank Loxley Griffin. [google] Reed College
2 Professor Aboulghassem Zirakzadeh, University of Colorado. [google]
3 Jason Marks. Reed College

share a common thread that dates back to 1957.

And we will tell you about Whitman college liberal arts 'educated' grandson Chris Griffin [google 'chris criffin whitman college] of Fank Loxley Griffin too.

And explain it so that even liberal arts 'educated' Jason Marks can understand.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#leds

Viz increases thanks to Facebook, natural gas, and electricity production.
The Careerists


Overemphasis on natural gas a threat to energy stability without certain checks

July 20, 2012

Executives from three major American utility companies shared their belief recently that the shift to natural gas-fired generation could create as many problems for the country's electricity transmission system as it solves without certain checks, according to Bloomberg.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#azita











Mary Homan phoned at about 10 AM Monday July 23, 2012. She requested responses to two emails we see in inbox.

The phone clicked. Ms Homan asked if I was turning on recorder. I responded, 'no.' Then she added that I record most of my phone calls.

When do I get a response to

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#pptquestions?

regards,
bill



Executives from three major American utility companies shared their belief recently that the shift to natural gas-fired generation could create as many problems for the country's electricity transmission system as it solves without certain checks, according to Bloomberg.



 




Monday August 27, 2012 10:21

Methodoloy explanation by Ms Mary Homan and Friday August 17, 2012 meeting.

Testimony appears to be a flawed liberal arts 'educated' procedure .

 



Handout ppt.

Forms pdf

Tuesday July 31, 2012 17:56

caribb.mid

warrior.mid
India Blacks Out From New Delhi to Kolkata as Grid Fails Again



the recession of water sources has forced some of the country's nuclear power reactors to either cut back generation or shut down entirely.

According to Bloomberg, nuclear power generation has fallen to only 94.171 megawatts, still 93 percent of capacity but also the lowest level in the past nine years.  


Tuesday July 31, 2012 06:24 

Pleasant email received!

Our Implementating BASICs: How BASICs book is online.

Photo of coauthor in 2012.









http://www.wang2200.org/news.html
http://www.wang2200.org/tech.html
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http://www.wang2200.org/2200tech/Implementing%20BASICs.pdf


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#battle


Tuesday July 31, 2012 06:24 

Bill was computer science prof at WSU between 1966-79. Then went to work at Sandia Labs in 1980.

Origin of the current matter may go back to WSU where bill warned about graduate education quality problems.

WSU's computer science department was later eliminated.

SCI clearnce investigator gave bill a bad time about this. But bill gave investigator news paper clippings which convinced the investigator that he was justified.

Los Alamos Ntional Laboratory and New Mexico State University role in the collapse of the Computer Science Department at Washington State University

The Perversion of Scholarship




Apparently deleted again.

The liberal arts 'educated' at work?

The Poverty Epidemic Hits the Suburbs



:-)



Deleted again.

'They' want to control visibility.


Bill's 99 year-old father-in-law sent WSJ clipping from Florida which arrived by snail mail on Friday July 27, 2012


Tough Times for Colleges—and College Towns

This pain is already being felt in places like Pullman, Wash., home to Washington State University. The city has 30,000 residents, of which 24,000 are either students or school employees. In the past four years WSU has eliminated 581 positions—more than a tenth of its workforce. State aid has fallen by $240 million over the same period. The school raised tuition by 49% in the past four years to make ends meet, boosting undergraduate tuition from $6,290 in 2007 to $9,374 in 2011—with the figure rising to $10,874 for the coming academic year.

Tony Robinson is author of A Gutsy Commencement Address.


Friday July 27, 2012 15:46 

Bill was computer science prof at WSU between 1966-79. Then went to work at Sandia Labs in 1980.

Origin of the current matter may go back to WSU where bill warned about graduate education quality problems.

WSU's computer science department was later eliminated.

SCI clearnce investigator gave bill a bad time about this. But bill gave investigator news paper clippings which convinced the investigator that he was justified.

Stay turned for some web page links about what happened in the WSU computer science department.

Los Alamos Ntional Laboratory and New Mexico State University role in the collapse of the Computer Science Department at Washington State University



99 year-old father-in-law sent WSJ clipping from Florida which arrived by snail mail on Friday July 27, 2012.


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#wsu




Tough Times for Colleges—and College Towns

This pain is already being felt in places like Pullman, Wash., home to Washington State University. The city has 30,000 residents, of which 24,000 are either students or school employees. In the past four years WSU has eliminated 581 positions—more than a tenth of its workforce. State aid has fallen by $240 million over the same period. The school raised tuition by 49% in the past four years to make ends meet, boosting undergraduate tuition from $6,290 in 2007 to $9,374 in 2011—with the figure rising to $10,874 for the coming academic year.

Wednesday July 25, 2012 15:12

Solar generation of electricty works well when the power produced matches the load.

Large-scale solar generation matched to home loads may be an expensive scam? Think solar powered electric clothes dryer.

Badarpur letter.


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#leds


NiMH 1.2 volt rechargable batteries work well with LED lights for the reasons that they have capacities of up to 2200 mAh and voltage is not too important.

Light duration with alkaline and NiMH tests tests planned.

Solar charging experiments also planned.

No liberal arts 'educated' BS.

 


Three position switch.

Off.



AAA alkaline battery is nominal 1.5 volts so 3 should measure 4.5.

Batteries usually measure slightly higher than nominal voltage, we find.

On.




Blinking video with sound

Photosensitive epilepsy.

Fuse

CEN-TECH P37772 initially did not measure current. Red meter used to check continuity discovered open circuit.

Fuse removed and found open.

Radio Shack did not carry any fuses less than 500 mA. So fuse pirated from red meter.



Attempt to use scanner to read numbers on fuse failed. Magnifying glass revealed 200mA at 250v.

Let see how long alkaline batteries last when ON. LEDs were ON at 5 and OFF at 5.5 hours wotj 0 volts across the three AAA cells.

NiMH batteries will replace Alkaline to discover how long they last.

Battery 1 charged to 1.44 v, 2 to 1.44 v, 3 to 1.39 using Harbor Freight Universal Battery Charger. .44 + 1.44 + 1.39 = 4.27.



measured with LED swtich OFF.

Switch ON.



6 hours, five minutes later Tuesday July 25, 2012.



Switch OFF.



Wednesday July 25, 2012 start up.

Switch OFF.




Switch ON.





Solar charger will be used to charge NiMH batteries. Time for full charge should reveal that all roughly matches specified values.


See and listen to solar powered water feature. The louder it gets, closer to trouble from going dry/

No liberal arts 'educated' BS.


Sunday July 22, 2012 15:55

Go solar instead of nuclear in iran?
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda told the public last month: "In order to lead prosperous and decent lives, cheap and stable electricity is indispensable. Japanese society will not be able to function if there is a decision to permanently halt nuclear power generation."

Masami Hasegawa is a senior manager at Japan Business Federation and agrees that Japan faces an energy crisis heading into the hot summer months. Last year rolling blackouts adversely affected business, he says.

"We hear our members saying that they cannot stay in Japan if this situation continues," says Hasegawa. "If the current situation continues, energy consuming industries cannot survive in Japan and they will leave. The immediate effect will be on employment which might be lost."

The Navy is paying $26 a gallon for the fuel it is using to test its "green fleet" concept. The prime contractor is Dynamic Fuels, a Louisiana-based company that is a joint venture of Arkansas-based Tyson Foods and Oklahoma-based Syntroleum Corp. Solazyme, which makes its biofuel from algae, is a subcontractor. Dynamic Fuels makes some of it fuel from animal fats.

The Air Force is paying Gevo $59 per gallon. Gevo makes its fuel by converting sugar into isobutanol.

Nationwide, the amount of natural gas being flared is well under 1 percent. But North Dakota is flaring 34 percent of its gas.

Obama Administration Backs Bankruptcy Option for Some Student Debt.



http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#markstypos

Whoops.
Hello Mr Marks,

Investigation into whether large-scale solar generation if a scam or not continues.

should read

Investigation into whether large-scale solar generation of electricity is a scam or not continues.

Typos can be used to advantage






Netanyahu wants to turn the Israeli intelligence failure over Bulgaria into an excuse to strike Iran
The attack on a tour bus carrying Israeli vacationers outside the airport here was carried out by a suicide bomber carrying fake American identification, officials said on Thursday. ...

Israel quickly blamed Iran and promised a firm response.


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#solarcharger

Shirin Neshat is in this mess too. http://www.sarafrazan.net/nojehuprising.htm


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Trina Solar defends itself in trade dispute

We like Facebook.





http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#parsi
 
 



Order pdf.

Thursday July 19, 2012 12:32

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#solarcharger

Testing Harbor Freight about $12 solar AAA, AA, C, D and 9v battery charger on 2200 mAh 1.2 v NMH Chicago Electric AA cell.

Free red digital multimeter mesures volta accross battey while black meter measures current in mA through batter.



Red LED on left bottom is illuminated indicating charging.
8X lithium AA inserted in Fuji A600 digital camera on June 6,2012 used to take above photo on July 18, 2012.

Hundreds of photos taken and downloaded with these about $2 each batteries.

8X batteries measure about 1.8 v when new.

NiMH 1.2 batteries don't work well in a digital camera apparently because voltage is too low.

If voltage is relative unimportant, such a powering LEDs, NiMH batteries last a long time.

QUESTION: Why aren't NiMH AA built with initial 1.8 voltage?

Green LED on righ illuminates when battery is charged.

Alternate blink of red and green LEDs indicates problem.

100% Chinese inexpensive experiment - thanks to Harbor Freight

Function of Electronic Design magazine is to shield meter LCD displays when they are not viewed.

Sun light turns LCDs black.

Solar works great in the right applications.

Solar electric attic fans in addition to water pumping in addition to battery charging appear to be reasonalbe applications.
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Large-scale solar generation electricity may be a scam? We continue to investigate.




Large-scale solar generation of electricity may be a scam. We continue to investigate. And evidence builds that it is.

Landscapers Shane right and Burly left [Robert Duncan Cain] kindly put roof cement around edges on Saturday June 30, 2012.



Monsoon rain on Sunday July 1, 2012!
Shane was offered $50/hr for this dangerous work.

Roofers are not far behind Alaska king crab fishermen for dangerous work.

Shane and Burly worked slightly under three hours. And were paid $300.

About 2/3 - 3/4 of Gardner trowel-type roof cement applied.

Both shook bill's hands twice. Once on arriving and on leaving.

Plight of America's younger work force is serious.

Bill did this work alone from 1981 until 2007 when he turned 70. Bad idea to be climbing on a roof after age 70.

This includes 36' ladder placement which both Shane and Burly did. Bill did this alone.

After work completed, Shane and Burly drank ice water [temperature close to 100o F] we discussed solar charger,
why we decided on landscape project instead of home solar system, and Burly read aloud the Saturday Albuquerque Journal article on Schott solar.

Solar generation of electricty works fairly well for charging batteries.

Harbor Freight in Albuquerque has new shelf space display devoted to solar batter charging.



Six long boxes contain a solar panel which plugs into the 12 volt receptical [formerly known as cigarette ligher] which is used to keep a car batter at full charge. Sound far feteched?

Solar lights work well. These are battery powered with solar charge. And they contain a chip which prevents the battery from poering the solar cell in dim illumination. This is advanced technology.

Solar water pumping is fascinating because it does not require a battery.

Patio solar water feature video.
Front solar water feature video.

Lots about solar generation of electricity is learned experimenting with panel placement, then observing how much water is pumped.

Front pump failed but was replaced by Harbor Freight warranty. Extended one year warrant costs $6 and three year $10.

 
Note IMMEDIATLY. More about this later.
 
 
Previous experiment of charging a NiMh AA battery with a fence top solar light look to have worked since the batter meaured about 1.27 volts.

Second battery measures.



We're going to charge it using the solar battery charger which measuring the current and voltage.

Free CEN-TECH digital multimeters work well for voltage and resistance measurements but not for current.



Bill reparing One Stop wireless weather station



Reason above photo is included is for

1 Ms Stella Stiver
2 Ms Anastasia Stevens
3 Ms Elizabeth Hurst

Energy parasites sit in offices and speculate. They don't do anything and have poor liberal arts 'educations.'

And they think they are smart. A misconception they apparently labor under.

Then have uncontrollable cases of verbal diarrhea at meetings.

We want people who do something like Shane and Burly.


Tuesday July 17, 2012 12:57
If PNM Takes Lead With Coal, Others Will Follow By Meredith R. Machen / Vice President, League of Women Voters of New Mexico on Sun, Jul 15, 2012 [gppgle to read article.



Posted to Albuquerque Journal website



Journal business desk introduces new staffer You can reach Jessica at jdyer@abqjournal.com

Posted to article about Ms Dyer. And Facebook too!



Cost of 'renewables' overwhelms return Wind and solar consume a vast majority of energy subsidies, but generate less than 10 percent of total renewable energy output. Wind and solar are not "new" technologies; They have been used by humans at least as long as have fossil fuels. Government subsidies and mandates are a losing game. If a given energy source is effective, consumers will embrace it. If not, they will prove to be far less "sustainable" than other forms of energy. Paul J. Gessing President Rio Grande Foundation Albuquerque

Iran drought part of 'soft war' by West: VP



william • Sandia Park, United States • a second ago

Google 'shahab mozaffari' for some interesting farsi and english posts. Mr Mozaffari reported on Facebook that he liked 'google aboulghassem zirakzadeh' Recovery of $22,036 stolen from retirement-protected Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union saving accounts possible because of Internet ... and Iran...



Before Internet this project was impossible. But now!

Mr Pascal may not speak english. But he is on Facebook!


Homan ack.


Mary Homan has not been acting like Mary Homan. She is now!

Speculation is that Ms Stella Stiver may be the reason.

Ms Mary Homan is not one you wish to mess with. As Ms Stella Stiver is about to discover.

At the PNM 2008 natural gas IRP I watched Ms Homan effectively tell a participant who was off topic to shut up. I was shocked.

 



Joint report pdf.


Sunday July 1, 2012 10:27
Homan ack.


Mary Homan has not been acting like Mary Homan. She is now!

Speculation is that Ms Stella Stiver may be the reason.

Ms Mary Homan is not one you wish to mess with. As Ms Stella Stiver is about to discover.

At the PNM 2008 natural gas IRP I watched Ms Homan effectively tell a participant who was off topic to shut up. I was shocked.

 



Joint report pdf.

Sunday July 1, 2012 06:57

Natural gas of coal for main generation of electricity may or may happen.
Natural gas producers recently have been shifting away from dry gas and focusing on wells producing oil and natural gas liquids, which are providing superior economic returns.

Mayer Brown
Mayer Brown's Global Energy practice serves clients in the oil and gas, power and renewable energy sectors around the globe, including key energy centers in London, New York, Houston, Hong Kong and Singapore.

tyoshida@mayerbrown.com
rpatrick@mayerbrown.com
russellr@pennwell.com


This is why Mr Broadhead's and Mr Greers report could be very important.

Bill spoke with both Mr Broadhead and Mr Price on the phone.
Hello Mr Broadhead,

Nice to talk to you on Wednesday afternoon.

Figures we discuss.

Mr Price tells bill were he got the data.

Call to Mr Price on Wednesday February 8, 2012.

Mr Price returns call on Thursday February 8, 2012.
Mr Price appears guilty of plagiarism?

Mr Broadhead claims innocence.
Non-response is a favorite ploy of the liberal arts 'educated.' "We'll ignore it and it will go away".

So let's embark on a course of actions which are likely to get a response!
Jason.Marks@state.nm.us
gretchen@gis.nmt.edu
scholle1@gmail.com
pubsofc@gis.nmt.edu







Shahab Mozaffari facebook.


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#references


Monday June 25, 2012 12:36 

Broadhead, Ronald 575-835-5202 Bureau of Geology ron@gis.nmt.edu
Price, Greer           575-835-5752 Bureau of Geology gprice@gis.nmt.edu

Hello Mr Broadhead and Mr Price,

Displeasure of observation of the apparent liberal arts 'educated' methodology used to approach natural gas matters causes me to invoke a procedure which may yield results.

New Mexico PRC commissioner Jason Marks gives us a good example of 'the meeting' approach: http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#marksorder

Your report New Mexico’s Natural Gas Resources did not include a reference section.

Failure to include a reference section in you report may be serious for the reasons:

1 Data may have been 'invented.'
2 Credit should given to sources who supplied the data.

Importance of your report appears to me
PNM plans to generate future electricity with natural gas. New Mexico tech gas geologists Broadhead and Price show that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico with half the gas produced from wells less than five years old.

Other readers, I believe, need to know 1] how the data in your report was collected, 2] who collected the data, and 3 when was it collected.

Therefore, I ask that you reissue your report with a Reference section.

Failure of you both to positively acknowledge compliance with my request will result in me filing a formal complaint of unscholarly work with the president of New Mexico tech. And request that the president initiate a faculty investigation which results in a written report.

Please respond by Wednesday June 27, 2012.

Regards,
bill

Saturday June 30, 2012 `16:52

Homan ack.



Worldwide?
SCHOTT SOLAR FALLOUT — Schott Solar, which said Friday it is getting out of the photovoltaic business worldwide, received about $16 million in state and city incentives and will have to pay back some of that. The bulk of the money, $15 million from the state, went toward building the manufacturing plant and, in essence, the state will maintain a major stake in the building. Various state agencies went to work Friday to help the 200 employees who were laid off.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider"
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2012 4:00:35 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider


Schott Solar to close down NM plant

Schott may consume more electrcity in abq than its solar panels produce. We asked the question and received no promised response.

Dig link to Schott by Ms Glick.

SCHOTT SOLAR CLOSING ABQ PLANT — Schott Solar told the Journal it will close its Albuquerque plant Friday and lay off 200 workers. About 50 employees will stay on to ramp down the plant before it closes for good later this summer. Schott is closing it photovoltaic panel production, but will move its concentrated solar operation out of state.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider" To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2012 4:00:38 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider



NM OIL AND GAS REPORT — High oil prices and low natural gas prices continue to drive a lopsided recovery in New Mexico’s oil and gas industry. A new report from Montana-based Headwaters Economics shows that 86 of the state’s 90 active rigs are drilling for oil, and only four for natural gas. Almost all the oil activity is concentrated in the Permian Basin in southeastern New Mexico, where the industry is enjoying a boom in production. In the natural gas-rich San Juan Basin in northeastern New Mexico, new drilling is virtually stalled, and the industry remains mired in recession.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider"
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 4:00:35 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider
Greer Price email received on Tuesday June 25, 2012 but not read.

America’s Student Loan Crisis: It’s Not the Debt, It’s the Lack of Jobs







Jimmy Carter attacks Barack Obama over assassinations and drone attacks











Mary Homan may be up to something.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#pptquestions



Wednesday June 27, 2012 20:46

Hello Ms Homan,

Final foil in the power point presentation summarized at
http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#pptx invites questions.

I did not attend June 8 meeting because we were on vacation.

I have several questions,

Reason I ask these questions is that I have observed that liberal arts 'educated' usurp gas and electric integrated resource proceedings from the technical educated..

Methodology of the liberal arts 'educated' appears to be testimony and lots of words with little or no data.

Case No. 11-00369-UT [google] is an example of this flawed methodology.

Read http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#facts

1 When am I going to receive requested information? http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#homan1

2 Mr Fernald gave testimony about NMGIO's energy efficiency program accounting for 3/10% of total natrual gas consumption. Can we see the data?

If data is presented, then how it was collected should be referenced.

Mr Broadhead and Mr Price of New Mexico Tech have been contacted about how they obtained data for their report.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#references

Please ack if you receive this email and respond by Monday July 9, 2012.

Regards,
bill



Obama Order Sped Up Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran
By DAVID E. SANGER





Stuxnet: the worm that turned Obama into a hypocrite?

The cc list from hell?
 





Large list of ccs same as below.

attachment in pptx format. Working on attachment problems. Problem solved?



http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#pptx



We have some.



has ppt problems. So let look at essential materialb information.




3/10 percent for TOTAL of NMGCO energy efficiency programs.

But let's see the raw data.

:-)









 

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Monday June 25, 2012 09:51

Focus on the liberal arts 'educated' doing electricity generation and natural gas usage. And recovery of our stolen $22,036.

Tips Help Engineers Write Well - Part 2, JON TITUS jontitus@comcast.net

Louis.Banderet@us.army.mil posses an article on how to write an abstract which is outstanding.

Marks appears to use liberal art 'educated' methodology?







Coal is also in focus for the reason it works for-large scale generation of electricty. Solar generation of electricity may not work for large-scale generation of electricity.

New Mexico PRC commissioner liberal arts 'educated'Jason Marks is also in focus because he appears to be a proponent of large-scale solar generation of electricity.
As summer and the election season heat up, expect to hear more about two of politicians’ favorite subjects de jour: green jobs and innovation. Politicians will remind us there was a loan guarantee program in 2009 costing $38.6 billion aimed at green jobs. Though it was supposed to generate 65,000 jobs, the 2010 Economic Report of the President found that it has created about 3,600.





THE decision by the United States and Israel to develop and then deploy the Stuxnet computer worm against an Iranian nuclear facility late in George W. Bush’s presidency marked a significant and dangerous turning point in the gradual militarization of the Internet. Washington has begun to cross the Rubicon.

Now we may be heading for another war — perhaps triggered by Israeli strikes on Iranian nuclear sites ...



Nicholas D. Kristof is liberal arts 'educated' too.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#marksorder





Order pdf.






Motion pdf.

Sunday May 6, 2012 07:46

822 pages?

Another stupid people example.
The U.S. repeatedly has said the European missile-defense system is designed to fend off an attack by Iran, but Russia has insisted that the system would blunt its own arsenal.3/10 of a percent. :-)

Response was worth the trip.












Ms Anastasia Steven and Ms Elizabeth Hurst on facts.



...













http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#rehear


 


Rehearing motion

Friday April 27, 2012 08:54

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#adopt




Natural gas futures are rising off 10-year lows Thursday as drillers cut production in response to lower prices and utilities use more of the cheap fuel to generate electricity.


SAN JUAN EPA EMISSIONS FIGHT — A pair of New Mexico utility regulators have taken an usual step in the San Juan power plant pollution control fight. They have sent a letter to EPA asking for delay so they can push the idea of advocating it be converted to natural gas. Meanwhile, Gov. Susana Martinez also has drafted a letter to the EPA seeking more time to press the preferred, less costly state solution.

From: "ABQjournal Business Insider"
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2012 4:00:35 PM
Subject: ABQJournal Business Insider



Recently, thanks to the shale oil story, scammy rig operators are promising returns as high as 14% PER MONTH.

Retired people, supplementing their Social Security payments with interest income, are tempted. At today’s rate, the pensioner gets less than $2,000 on his $100,000 of savings. He is desperate for more. Even to the point of listening to shysters and investing with fraudsters.

Natural Gas May 2012 contract $ / million BTUs Floor 1.91 Friday April 20, 2012.

Drillers report that they cannot make a profit if natural gas is less than $5/ MM BTU.

Then how do they make money? Listen up, liberal arts 'educated'. Phone call received Tuesday April 17, 2012



attachment pdf.
   

Friday April 27, 2012 09:19

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#kippenbrock


Iran Nuclear-Program Raid Fears Ease, Conciliation Seen




Recovery of our stolen $11,036 requires exposure of stupid people.

Iran is recruiting a hacker army to target the U.S. power grid, water systems and other vital infrastructure for cyberattack in a future confrontation with the United States, security specialists will warn Congress Thursday. [Send more money to Sandia labs?]

In Washington, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced was the formation of a new Pentagon spy agency called the Defense Clandestine Service. Defense Department sources said the new organization would expand the military’s intelligence and secret war efforts outside war zones in areas insufficiently covered until now, indicating deep penetration inside hostile territory, primarily Iran.


Natural Gas May 2012 contract $ / million BTUs Floor 1.91 Friday April 20, 2012.

Drillers report that they cannot make a profit if natural gas is less than $5/ MM BTU.

Then how do they make money? Listen up, liberal arts 'educated'. Phone call received Tuesday April 17, 2012.

Attachment 1 13 pages.
Attachment 2 18 pages.
Attachment 3 17 pages.
Attachment 4 17 pages.
Attachment 5 17 pages.

13+18+ 3*17 = 82.

That in addition to the 91 page hearing officer Elizabeth Hurst wrote for decision.

And we can prove this with 649 page document which I feel should have edited to only contain valuable information presented by Mr Casey and Mr Fernald.




Do some New Mexico electric meters spin backwards?






Something has gone terribly wrong.





pdf attachment1.



pdf attachment2.




pdf attachment3.



pdf attachment4.



pdf attachment5.



From: “Jason Marks, PRC” Jason.Marks@state.nm.us
To: bpayne37@comcast.net, “David King, PRC” David.King@state.nm.us, “Jerome D Block, PRC” JeromeD.Block@state.nm.us>, Becenti@state.nm.us, “Sandy Jones, PRC” Sandy.Jones@state.nm.us
Cc: dave@radfreenm.org, nmusa@rt66.com, mhartranft@abqjournal.com, “Staci Matlock” smatlock@sfnewmexican.com>, amorales58@comcast.net
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2010 9:12:09 AM
Subject: Re: Large-scale solar generation of electricity fraud in New mexico?

Mr Payne:


I don’t understand your concerns. There are two basic solar electric technologies: photovoltaic panels (PV) and thermal concentrating solar power (CSP). The development and deployment in NM is focused on PV. Hundreds of homeowners with installed PV systems can tell you that their systems produce electricity in line with specifications, as proved by meters.


You (either an individual or a utility) buy a solar system for a certain price, you install it, and it generates electricity for 20 or 30 years or so, with minimal operating and maintenance costs. There are no fuel requirements (and thus no “heat rate”). When you spread the upfront costs over the system’s lifetime electric production and adjust for tax credits and REC incentives, you arrive at the cost per kwh. You get to decide if you think that cost per kwh is reasonable before you make the investment. There is no fraud.


Jason Marks




 


Bench Request Order pdf.

Tuesday April 17, 2012 09:14
Essentially, gas is so cheap that it’s no longer profitable to drill.

“Producers typically need $5 [per 1,000 cubic feet] to break even,” says David Greely, an energy analyst at Goldman Sachs (GS). The industry hasn’t seen prices consistently over $5 since September 2010, back when there were nearly 1,000 rigs operating in the U.S. The number of gas rigs peaked near 1,600 in mid-2008, when prices peaked at $10. (The boom was effectively confirmed in June 2009, when a Colorado School of Mines report showed that U.S. natural gas reserves were 35 percent higher than previously estimated.)

Nancy Burns' filing grosses us out

Please note that Ms Burns waited until final minutes to file.

You always want to do this in such matter for reasons you may think of something else.



Importance of natural gas is that PNM plans to generate future electricity with natural gas. New Mexico tech gas geologists Broadhead and Price show that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico with half the gas produced from wells less than five years old.

TPTB have been delt a serious blow by Internet, inexpensive computing equipment, and Google.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is worried about the future of the internet. There are "very powerful forces that have lined up against the open internet on all sides and around the world," he said in an interview with The Guardian.



These groups of people make their money from doing this stuff. A boondoggle?

non se·qui·tur: A conclusion or statement that does not logically follow from the previous argument or statement.



Attachment pdf.


at http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#decision






 






Ninety one pages?


Exceptions pdf
Recommened Decision pdf




Notice pdf.
Delay pdf.

Natural Gas Integrated Resource
Plan 2012 – 2022
April 02, 2012













Mr Casey and Mr Fernald both stated that the amount of natural gas consumed by New Mexico Gas Company was increasing because of more customers but the amount per customer was decreasing.

Mr Fernald's revelation that NMGCO efficiency program only accounts for 3/10% of gas saved by customer's efficiency measures may suggest that the energy efficiency rate increase application and subsequent hearing is a waste of NMGCO customers' money?

Recent New Mexico Tech essay New Mexico's Natural Gas Resources [no references to data for figures to qualify it as a technical report] reports that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico.












:-)



Wednesday March 21, 2012 08:37

Wednesday March 21, 2012 07:45

Internet Access More Important Than Sex, Alcohol: BCG Study



http://www.prosefights.org/pnmrider/pnmrider.htm#motion

William H Payne, author of the PNM Alternate Report: Electric Integrated Resource Plan for the Period 2008-2027, and intervenor in CASE NO. 11-00369-UT in compliance with NMAC 1.2.2.23A hereby requests to intervene.
 
Speaking at an event in a Haifa hospital, Dagan said that currently Israel must not attack Iran, and that a strike on its nuclear facilities should be the last resort.

Dagan said he believed the Israeli Air Force has the capability to significantly damage Iran's nuclear sites, yet warned that such a strike will have serious repercussions.

Google 'Iran cornerstone of possible WW3'


An attack on Iran that sends gas prices soaring would also inflame global anti-Semitism. Regardless of whether it's carried out by Israel or the U.S., Netanyahu has made sure Israel will be blamed





Another Injured Solar Company Goes Public




Let's read soon.



A Tough-Oil World










BEFORE THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF 2012 ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM COST TARIFF RIDER PURSUANT TO THE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC UTILITY AND EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY ACTS.

NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY, Applicant.  
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Case No. 11-00369-UT


PROPOSED DECISION OF HEARING EXAMINER

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#response


1 No data relative to whether efficiency rate increase is warranted appears, at first view, of emails from Ms Stiver and Ms Apodaca seen at http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#paper.


2 Delay in all proceedings in Case No. 11-00369-UT until

Wednesday March 14, 2012 10:13

Ms Annette Gardiner, President
New Mexico Gas Company

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#gardiner

Hello Ms Gardiner, 

Procedure used to present case to public for gas price increases needs to be changed, I feel.

Methodology of verbal assault to reach a conclusion in New Mexico Gas Company Case No. 11-00369-UT by apparent liberal arts educated participants appears not to be working because data is not being examined.

And we can prove this with 649 page document which I feel should have edited to only contain valuable information presented by Mr Casey and Mr Fernald.

Mr Casey and Mr Fernald both stated that the amount of natural gas consumed by New Mexico Gas Company was increasing because of more customers but the amount per customer was decreasing.

Mr Fernald's revelation that NMGCO efficiency program only accounts for 3/10% of gas saved by customer's efficiency measures may suggest that the energy efficiency rate increase application and subsequent hearing is a waste of NMGCO customers' money?

Recent New Mexico Tech essay New Mexico's Natural Gas Resources [no references to data for figures to qualify it as a technical report] reports that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico.

Increased consumption by NMGGO customers coupled with possible decline in products suggests that the public needs to see the data.

Please order the data requested in Discovery motion 2, which Mr Casey and Mr Fernald talked about, as well as the number of customers with extrapolations posted at the NMGCO web site by Friday March 23, 2012.

Please acknowledge if you receive this mail.

Regards,
bill

is properly processed NMGCO.

Respectfully submitted

                                          
____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date
 

Wednesday March 14, 2012 12:29


PNM Renewable Energy Rider No. 36 Case No 12-00007-UT  






Listen to what Mr Price tells me where he got his data for the NM Tech gas report.

My call to Mr Price.



New Mexico's Natural Gas Resources enlarged figures.

Wednesday March 14, 2012 10:13

Ms Annette Gardiner, President
New Mexico Gas Company

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#gardiner

Hello Ms Gardiner, 

Procedure used to present case to public for gas price increases needs to be changed, I feel.

Methodology of verbal assault to reach a conclusion in New Mexico Gas Company Case No. 11-00369-UT by apparent liberal arts educated participants appears not to be working because data is not being examined.

And we can prove this with 649 page document which I feel should have edited to only contain valuable information presented by Mr Casey and Mr Fernald.

Mr Casey and Mr Fernald both stated that the amount of natural gas consumed by New Mexico Gas Company was increasing because of more customers but the amount per customer was decreasing.

Mr Fernald's revelation that NMGCO efficiency program only accounts for 3/10% of gas saved by customer's efficiency measures may suggest that the energy efficiency rate increase application and subsequent hearing is a waste of NMGCO customers' money?

Recent New Mexico Tech essay New Mexico's Natural Gas Resources [no references to data for figures to qualify it as a technical report] reports that natural gas production is declining in New Mexico.

Increased consumption by NMGGO customers coupled with possible decline in products suggests that the public needs to see the data.

Please order the data requested in Discovery motion 2, which Mr Casey and Mr Fernald talked about, as well as the number of customers with extrapolations posted at the NMGCO web site by Friday March 23, 2012.

Please acknowledge if you receive this mail.

Regards,
bill


Wednesday March 14, 2012 13:08

Below email not read until email/letter to Ms Gardiner was completed.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#paper



 



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Wednesday March 14, 2012 06:57




Notes

Voluntary water use decrease has been so effective in Seattle and Santa Fe that revenue decreases from water sales threatened financial survival of the water utilities, we've been told.

Could this apply to natural gas too?


Raleigh, like many other cities, faces tough choices when it comes to water. Water is paid by user fees. So when people conserve, the utility, which has its own budget, loses revenue.

The reasons for the rate increases are similar for all three agencies: Fixed overhead that includes rising chemical and fuel costs and, in the case of the East Bay and San Francisco utilities, high levels of capital spending. In addition, because of the success of conservation, the water agencies’ income stream is slowing. Fewer gallons consumed means less cash in the till.

We've done such a great job of conserving that, according to Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), which supplies water to Seattle and many other King County cities, we're now using the same amount the region used in 1957 — even though the population has almost doubled.

Yet, we're paying more.

Google 'On Tap: Higher Water, electric Rates'

Per capita use in Santa Fe has dropped 42 percent since 1995 and total use is down nearly 30 percent,

Take Santa Fe, for example.

The city has the highest overall rates in the survey and the highest rates for high-volume users.

Steve Casey's and John Fernald's statements on 'more customers, each customer using less gas' may have profound impacts?

We need to see the data and close some mouths.

The U.S. will file a complaint at the World Trade Organization today over Chinese limits on exports of rare earths used in high-tech products, deepening a trade dispute between the world’s two largest economies.

Energy Strategy.




Quote was googled
Comment: The actor John Wayne is alledged to have said:

"Life is hard; its harder when you're stupid."

Lot's of email activity seen in New Mexico Gas Company Case No. 11-00369-UT. Let's look through the 674 page document for examples of unintelligence. We will not do this.

What I heard appeared to be be unintelligent nonsense uttered by Ms Stevens and Ms Rising. They tried to appear intelligent and well educated but hubris, arrogance, incompetence and poor education emerged instead, imo.

Mary Homan has not returned my phone requesting data.



Monday March 12, 2012 14:50

Pro se fights warns that extreme care is warranted dealing with these people. Do not rty to argue with with them.

Better to address the issues. We want to see data references by Mr Casey and Mr Fernald.

John Fernald's statement 'greater number of customers use more gas but consumption per customer is declining' is substantive.

Trust, but verify.

Is power becoming hip?



Harnessing Disruption








Dutch gas and electricity prices among the highest in Europe.


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing#fernald

Thursday March 8, 2012 14:11

3/10 of a percent. :-)

Response was worth the trip.












Ms Anastasia Steven and Ms Elizabeth Hurst on facts.



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Evidence that something has gone terribly wrong.




Tangible evidence that PNM 2008 electric Integrated Resource Planning had gone wrong what production of 1-7/8 pound report which required an alternate report.



Pdf attachment.



Attachment in Word format.

Ms Homan phoned Tuesday February 21, 2012. Transcript of hearing available at PRC web site, she said.








Bill complained that he was not served with pleadings. Listen to logic of the liberal art 'educated.

Mary Homan phone message audio. Video on unserved documents given to bill is in planning stage. We are organizing information.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/hearing/hearing.htm#video1

Producer, director, researcher, writer and actor all-in-one. 

Testimony, instead of data, complaint video.

Size and content of documents video.

Bill claimed he was not served with documents. Listen to the conversation about what to do.

Video of bill showing you documents given to him at hearing with brief intoduction to scientific method and example of DATA.

Purpose of the hearing was for the two witnesses, Mr Casey and Mr Fernald of New Mexico Gas Company to give testimony.

Audio levels are most too low to be of use. Court reporter transcribed hearing.

Steve Casey questioned by bill.

Mr Casey's answer to why gas efficiency suprised bill. Casey responded that it mandatory!

Listen to hearing officer Ms Hurst said in Casey questions with regard, to the third set of interrogatories that statement of budget was sufficient and sworn testimony is sufficient.

No. We want to see the data, not listen to someone's description of the data.

Here is an example of DATA, not BS.

John Fernald questioned by bill.

Mr Fernald earlier made a statement to Ms Rising that the number of customer was increasing but the amount of gas used by each customer was decreasing.

Ms Rising did not pursue this. Bill did.

Mr Fernald's responses were terrific with regard to New Mexico Gas Company's efficiency program effectivness.

Bill repeated Mr Fernald's effectivness estimate so it would be audible.


Questioners Carol Rising carol.rising@state.nm.us and Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-law.com were also giving testimony on their intelligence and liberal art 'education'. And to a lesser extent hearing officer Elizabeth Hurst gave similar testimory.

Mr Rising and Ms Stevens gave clear and convincing testimony that they are unable to distiquish the important from the unimportant,

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Ready to extract choice comments

using old Toshiba A105 Celeron laptop with external USB keyboard, external mouse, 3/4T byte drive, and 7-port powered USB hub.

Laptop bought for trip to 50th high school reunion in 2006.

Trip through the Power River Basin piqued our interest in, at first, coal, then generation of electricity and natural gas.

Good news is that we are in contact with competent energy individuals.

Tueday February 14, 2012 07:45

Two annual production of natural gas [BCF] figures show that production is has been declining since about 2002.



http://www.prosefights.org/coal/turbinecoal/turbinecoal.htm#ronquestion1

 


SUMMARY, 2012

New Mexico has produced s x 109 billion bbls of crude oil and t x 1012 ft3 trillion cubic ft3 of natural gas since production of these resources began in the 1920’s. During 2011, u x 106 million bbls oil and v x 1012 ft3 gas were produced in New Mexico. Available estimates of undiscovered resources indicate a minimum of w x 109 bbls oil and between y and z x 1012 ft3 gas remain to be produced in the state.

Questions

What are the values of s, t, u, v, w, y and z?


As natural gas prices continue to drop, the recent nationwide boom in drilling is slowing. Drillers don't make money if prices go too low — and drilling wells isn't cheap.

Tuesday February 14, 2012 07:06

Hearing held to determine if New Mexico Gas Company should be able to have a rate increase to fund




This is to be determined by the liberal arts 'educated'.

Low-Flow Showerhead might be a candidate to prove nonsense and a boondoggle program designed primarily for the benefit of those running and evaluating the program.






http://www.prosefights.org/whitmancrocker/whitmancrocker.htm#grabbe



Cast of characters.



Left to right. John Fernald, transcript recorded, hearing officer Ms Hurst, Anastasia Stevens seated facing Mr Fernald, Ms Rising.






Ms Rising is seated facing Mr Fernald.



Left to right. Steve Casey Ms Rising, Mr Martinez of the PRC, Jeff Taylor with long hair is a lawyer with the New Mexico attorney general's office.




Bill questsion outline.



Predicting to 2042 might be foolish?





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