Motion to Intervene

Sunday December 4, 2011 14:03
Updated
Friday February 10, 2012 14:16

Links llook to be okay December 6, 2011 Tuesday December 6, 2011 20:02.

Let's see what happens?

At the Pentagon and in Israel, plans show the difficulties of an Iran strike


Has the War with Iran Already Begun?

http://home.comcast.net/~bpayne37/theinvestigation/swissradio/swissradio.mp3

Another Renewables Integration Challenge
Can plentiful gas reach the right markets?




Thought Crime in Washington





Big CIA Bust Reported in Iran



Energy Wars and a Rumor of Wars



Has the War with Iran Already Begun?








http://home.comcast.net/~bpayne37/theinvestigation/swissradio/swissradio.mp3

Iran War On?

A National Journal article hints that with the BIG covert war going on with Iran, the starting point for hostilities may already be behind us.

My, what marvels human ingenuity have wrought! Why, a world war which we can sleep through the opening hours of...enjoy it while you can.

Urban Survival
Tuesday December 6, 2011

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Orlin_Grabbe

http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/nsa/blackandwhite.htm

"That's be two eggs, over easy, hash browns, bacon, and oh, yeah, a side of global thermonuclear war..." That seems to be the menu this morning as global forces are being put into place for a huge showdown in early March. But, let's begin at the beginning.

George Ure
Tuesday February 7, 2012


'First, U.S. President Ronald Reagan informed the world on national television that the United States was reading Libyan communications.' Reagan is America's worst traitor, NSA employee Tom White explained.

http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/speccoll.htm
Friday December 9, 2011 13:07

Don Noack
ddnoack@sandia.gov
(505) 844-2145
SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES CORPORATE OMBUDS OFFICE

Hello Mr Noack, 

No response from you since yourphone message
http://www.prosefights.org/deaton/audio/noack/legalbadkdea.mp3
prompts to me inquire about your efforts.

Matters surrounding our stolen $22,036 appear more dire as time progresses.
http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#serious

Please tell us:

1 Who you talked to
2 Date(s)
3 What was their response to settlement
3 Phone numbers and email addresses of who you talked to.

If you, perhaps even with help from others, are not able to get Sandia National Laboratories management to get matters settled, then we must take other steps to recover our $22,036 stolen from our Sandia Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings accounts.

Please ack if you receive this email.

Regards,
bill payne






Wednesday December 14, 2011 08:20

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#krugman

Krugman Calls It a Depression







Sender.

That's why we are now focusing on low flow showerheads.

Same genre of 'thinking' as those who stole our $22,036.

Professional meeting attender Dave McCoy appears to have economic problems?

Other meeting professional attenders are doing just fine, for now. Who is paying them to attend these meetings? Why?

JReynolds statement

I sat next to Mr Reynolds in Santa Fe.

Enjoy low flow showerhead testimony.

Energy Storage is the Holy Grail for Smart Grid





PREPARED DIRECT TESTIMONY OF
JOHN J. REYNOLDS
CASE NO. 11-00369-UT


1      Q. Does Staff have any concerns with the redesigned Low Flow Showerhead

2       proposed by NMGC for PY 2012?

3       A. Yes. NMGC is proposing a fundamental change to the Low Flow Showerhead

4       program by offering low flow showerheads free to existing NMGC customers

5       upon request instead of the existing rebate of $7.00 to customers who actually

6       purchase qualifying showerheads from retail outlets. Participation in this

7       program was far below original estimates in PY 2010 (72.8% below) and

8       continues to lag so far in PY 2011. Low participation in PY 2010 resulted in a

9       gross average cost of $96 per rebated showerhead borne by all ratepayers.

10      Incorporating the 40% free rider factor suggests an average cost of $160 per

11     showerhead purchased and installed in PY 2010 as a direct result of the

12      program.6 While Staff conceptually concurs with the redesign in order to

13     increase participation and reduce the average cost of low flow showerheads paid

14     for by ratepayers, Staffs concerns with the projected cost effectiveness of the

15    redesigned program are twofold. First, as was pointed out in an earlier NMC*C

16     energy efficiency program approval case7, Staff is concerned about the possible

17     inclusion of electricity or gas savings from reduced water pumping by the City

18     of Albuquerque. hifonnation provided by NMGC suggests that electric savings

19     are included in the total value of benefits used in the determination of the


6 TotaI program costs for PY 2010 ($78,440) divided by participation netted of free ridership (816 x (100%-40%) = 490. $78,440 divided by 490 equals $160.
7Direct Testimony of Jeff Primm filed November 25, 2009; pp. 12-14; Case No. 09-00256-UT

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1      program’s projected TRC ratio of 2.82 for PY 20128, It is not clear to Staff

2      whether these electric savings include amounts related to reduced water

3      pumping by the City of Albuquerque. Second, Staff believes that the

4      transformation of this program from a $7.00 rebate applied to an actual purchase

5      to the provision of free showerheads affects some of the elements underlying its

6      projected TRC calculation. Staff notes that the free rider factor associated with

7      this redesigned program is the factor determined by the independent evaluator,

8      ADM Associates, Inc. (“ADM”), in its Measurement & Verification (“M&V”)

9      Report for PY 20l09 for the existing rebate driven program. ADM estimated a

10    free rider factor of 40% for that program. In other words, 40% of the

11    showerheads which generated rebates as a result of the program in PY 2010

12    would have been purchased and installed even in the absence of the program.

13    Staff believes that the free rider factor for a program which provides free energy

14    saving widgets should be significantly higher than for a program which provides

15    a $7.00 rebate to someone who actually purchases a similar widget.

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17    Q. Is Staff recommending that the Commission reject NMGC’s redesigned

18    Low Flow Showerhead proposed for Program Year 2012?

19    A. Not necessarily. Staff proposes that the TRC for the redesigned Low Plow

20    Showerhead program be recalculated (I) excluding any impact from the energy

21    savings associated with reduced water pumping by the City of Albuquerque, and

8Casey Direct, NMGC Exhibit SLC-2, Section xm, Appendix F, Line #6 in the upper table
9Casey Direct, NMGC Exhibit SLC-3

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1      (2) with a free rider factor of 50% (instead of the 40% free rider factor which

2      applied to the existing rebate driven program). If the recalculated TRC continues

3      to indicate that the redesigned Low Flow Showerhead program is cost effective,

4      Staff would support approval of the program.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#dave


Friday February 10, 2012 14:14

Links to interrogatories

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery3

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery2

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery1



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





 

One pdf
Two pdf
Three pdf



Service 1 pdf
Service 2 pdf
Service 3 pdf






Note Wliiiam H Payne is senator.
Google 'admiral william h payne'

Some results.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/senatorpayne/admiralpayne.htm
http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/senatorpayne/senatorpayne
http://www.prosefights.org/deaton/deaton.htm

Bill Rehm has a valid point.

Compliance with his request look like a good idea.


Thursday February 9, 2012 14:45
From: "dmccoy" dmccoy@swcp.com
To: bpayne37@comcast.net Sent: Thursday, February 9, 2012 2:58:26 PM
Subject: Re: Possible fracking earthquake damage Shake Rattle and Roll

Bill,

Friday February 10, 2012 13:08

http://thinkprogress.org/green/2012/01/05/398406/after-earthquakes-ohio-decides-to-stop-fracking-process-to-help-stop-the-ground-from-shaking/

Hello Mr Broadhead,


Your verbal comments on possible earthquake fracking damage perhaps
should be included in a report?

Please ack if you receive this email.
Regards,

r Price phoned. All conversations posted.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/eia/eiagas.htm#broadhead


Friday February 10, 2012 07:34

Liberal art 'educated ' mentality of listening to testimony as opposed to consideration of fact is going to try to be used to justify theft of our stolen $22,036.





EPA says fracking likely polluted Wyoming aquifer






IN THE MATTER OF THE RECONCILIATION OF THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY TARIFF RIDER OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO AND ADVICE NOTICE NOS. 416 (PNM) AND 44 (PNM-TNMP SERVICES) AND REQUEST FOR VARIANCE ) Case No. 11-00123-UT

Shale Gas -- Friend or Foe





Mary Homan and bill discuss service on Tuesday February 7, 2012

Thomas Domme
New Mexico Gas Company
POB 97500
Albuquerque, NM 87199-7500

KELEHER & McLEOD
Anastasia S Stevens
POB AA
Albuquerque, NM 87103

Liberal art 'educated' energy parasites want to make money from energy.

Are Staff Witnesses' identified in FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES being paid?


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery3




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

THIRD SET OF INTERROGATORIES


Interrogatories are permitted under NMAC 1.2.2.25 E (1).

WHEREFORE New Mexico Gas Company is asked to:

1 Submit all invoices from the law firm of KELEHER & McLEOD, P.A. to New Mexico Gas Company regarding work done on Case No. 11-00369-UT.

2 Identify other law firms or consultants hired to work on Case No. 11-00369-UT.

3 Submit invoices from these law firms or consultants to New Mexico Fas Company.

Respectfully submitted this February 7, 2012.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing THIRD SET OF INTERROGATORIES emailed to the parties listed below:

Mary E. Homan mary.homan@nmgco.com
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-law.com
John Reynolds john.reynolds@state.nm.us
Timothy Martinez timothy.martinez@state.nm.us
Carla Sonntag nmusa@rt66.com
Sunny Nixon snixon@rodey.com
Dan Najjar vnajjar@aol.com
Steven A. Porter steven.porter@hq.doe.gov
Saul J. Ramos Sramos@doeal.gov
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz
James Cotton ctcolumbia@aol.com
M. Grantham-Richards maudeGR@fmtn.org
John Arrowsmith je.arrowsmith@lacnm.us
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net
Lewis O. Campbell lcampbell4@comcast.net
Carol Rising carol.rising@state.nm.us
Michael Furze mfurze@housingnm.org
Robin Harder robin@nmsaves.com
Chuck Noble c-m-k@msn.com
James DeMeritt jdemeritt@clearesult.com
John Ashe jashe@clearesult.com
Bill Payne Bpayne37@comcast.net
Ken Hughes Ken.hughes@state.nm.us
Cliff Richardson Clifford.richarson.ctr@kirtland.af.mil
Sandra Richardson sprichardson@comcast.net
Sharon James Sharon.james@pnmresources.com
Erick Seelinger Erick.seelinger@pnmresources.com

13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111



Service

     












Tuesday February 7, 2012 10:33

Ms Homan, NMGCO didn't respond to

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#homan1




http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery2




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

SECOND SET OF INTERROGATORIES


Interrogatories are permitted under NMAC 1.2.2.25 E (1).


WHEREFORE New Mexico Gas Company is asked to:

1 Direct technically competent New Mexico Gas Company employees to fill out



spreadsheet in the spirit of the above SWEEP pie chart1 and PNM load forecaster Mr Steve Martins important 2008 foils.

Please have employees include verified extrapolations for years 2012 through 2015.

2 Who is paying for any new natural gas delivery systems on the west side?

Respectfully submitted this February 7, 2012.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date

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according to SWEEP chart.

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing SECOND SET OF INTERROGATORIES emailed to the parties listed below:

Mary E. Homan mary.homan@nmgco.com
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-law.com
John Reynolds john.reynolds@state.nm.us
Timothy Martinez timothy.martinez@state.nm.us
Carla Sonntag nmusa@rt66.com
Sunny Nixon snixon@rodey.com
Dan Najjar vnajjar@aol.com
Steven A. Porter steven.porter@hq.doe.gov
Saul J. Ramos Sramos@doeal.gov
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz
James Cotton ctcolumbia@aol.com
M. Grantham-Richards maudeGR@fmtn.org
John Arrowsmith je.arrowsmith@lacnm.us
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net
Lewis O. Campbell lcampbell4@comcast.net
Carol Rising carol.rising@state.nm.us
Michael Furze mfurze@housingnm.org
Robin Harder robin@nmsaves.com
Chuck Noble c-m-k@msn.com
James DeMeritt jdemeritt@clearesult.com
John Ashe jashe@clearesult.com
Bill Payne Bpayne37@comcast.net
Ken Hughes Ken.hughes@state.nm.us
Cliff Richardson Clifford.richarson.ctr@kirtland.af.mil
Sandra Richardson sprichardson@comcast.net
Sharon James Sharon.james@pnmresources.com
Erick Seelinger Erick.seelinger@pnmresources.com

13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111


Notes


Tuesday February 7, 2012 10:31




Work experience statement is required because people can learn without formal education.

Educational history is insufficient because the person may have lack relevant work experience to be deemed competent. Most college professors are BS artists, imo. This is particularly of liberal arts college professors, imo.

Transition from Whitman College 'education' to Purdue education in 1959 was a shock.

Purdue coeds were lots different than Whitman coeds too.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery1




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

FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES


Interrogatories are permitted under NMAC 1.2.2.25 E (1).


WHEREFORE New Mexico Gas Company is asked to provide:


1 Verified statement of educational histories and work experiences of Staff Witnesses1 providing testimony before the PRC on Monday February 13, 2012


2 Verified written statements of facts and citations to facts sources used by Staff Witnesses to support assertions in testimony before the PRC on Monday February 13, 2012.

Respectfully submitted this February 7, 2012.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date

1 http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/homan2/jointmotion.pdf


CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES emailed to the parties listed below:

Mary E. Homan mary.homan@nmgco.com
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-law.com
John Reynolds john.reynolds@state.nm.us
Timothy Martinez timothy.martinez@state.nm.us
Carla Sonntag nmusa@rt66.com
Sunny Nixon snixon@rodey.com
Dan Najjar vnajjar@aol.com
Steven A. Porter steven.porter@hq.doe.gov
Saul J. Ramos Sramos@doeal.gov
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz
James Cotton ctcolumbia@aol.com
M. Grantham-Richards maudeGR@fmtn.org
John Arrowsmith je.arrowsmith@lacnm.us
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net
Lewis O. Campbell lcampbell4@comcast.net
Carol Rising carol.rising@state.nm.us
Michael Furze mfurze@housingnm.org
Robin Harder robin@nmsaves.com
Chuck Noble c-m-k@msn.com
James DeMeritt jdemeritt@clearesult.com
John Ashe jashe@clearesult.com
Bill Payne Bpayne37@comcast.net
Ken Hughes Ken.hughes@state.nm.us
Cliff Richardson Clifford.richarson.ctr@kirtland.af.mil
Sandra Richardson sprichardson@comcast.net
Sharon James Sharon.james@pnmresources.com
Erick Seelinger Erick.seelinger@pnmresources.com

13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Notes

(1) Interrogatories may be served after commencement of any proceeding and without leave of the commission or presiding officer.



Tuesday February 7, 2012 10:28

Ms Homan, NMGCO didn't respond to

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#homan1




http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery2




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

SECOND SET OF INTEROGATORIES


Interogatories are permitted under NMAC 1.2.2.25 E (1).


WHEREFORE New Mexico Gas Company is asked to:

1 Direct technically competent New Mexico Gas Company employees to fill out



spreadsheet in the spirit of the above SWEEP pie chart1 and PNM load forecaster Mr Steve Martins important 2008 foils.

Please have employees include verified extrapolations for years 2012 through 2015.

2 Who is paying for any new natural gas delivery systems on the west side?

Respectfully submitted this February 7, 2012.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date

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according to SWEEP chart.

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing SECOND SET OF INTEROGATORIES emailed to the parties listed below:

Mary E. Homan mary.homan@nmgco.com
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-law.com
John Reynolds john.reynolds@state.nm.us
Timothy Martinez timothy.martinez@state.nm.us
Carla Sonntag nmusa@rt66.com
Sunny Nixon snixon@rodey.com
Dan Najjar vnajjar@aol.com
Steven A. Porter steven.porter@hq.doe.gov
Saul J. Ramos Sramos@doeal.gov
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz
James Cotton ctcolumbia@aol.com
M. Grantham-Richards maudeGR@fmtn.org
John Arrowsmith je.arrowsmith@lacnm.us
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net
Lewis O. Campbell lcampbell4@comcast.net
Carol Rising carol.rising@state.nm.us
Michael Furze mfurze@housingnm.org
Robin Harder robin@nmsaves.com
Chuck Noble c-m-k@msn.com
James DeMeritt jdemeritt@clearesult.com
John Ashe jashe@clearesult.com
Bill Payne Bpayne37@comcast.net
Ken Hughes Ken.hughes@state.nm.us
Cliff Richardson Clifford.richarson.ctr@kirtland.af.mil
Sandra Richardson sprichardson@comcast.net
Sharon James Sharon.james@pnmresources.com
Erick Seelinger Erick.seelinger@pnmresources.com

DATED this 6st day of December, 2011.
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111


Notes


Tuesday February 7, 2012 08:46




Work experience statement is required because people can learn without formal education.

Educational history is insufficient because the person may have lack relevant work experience to be deemed competent. Most college professors are BS artists, imo. This is particularly of liberal arts college professors, imo.

Transition from Whitman College 'education' to Purdue education in 1959 was a shock.

Purdue coeds were lots different than Whitman coeds too.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#discovery1




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

FIRST SET OF INTEROGATORIES


Interogatories are permitted under NMAC 1.2.2.25 E (1).


WHEREFORE New Mexico Gas Company is asked to provide:


1 Verified statement of educational histories and work experiences of Staff Withnesses1 providing testimony before the PRC on Monday February 13, 2012


2 Verified written statements of facts and citations to facts sources used by Staff Withnesses to support assertions in testimony before the PRC on Monday February 13, 2012.

Respectfully submitted this February 7, 2012.


____________________             ___________
William H Payne                        date

1 http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/homan2/jointmotion.pdf

Notes

(1) Interrogatories may be served after commencement of any proceeding and without leave of the commission or presiding officer.



Friday February 3, 2012 13:22

The Fracking Revolution: More Jobs and Cheaper Energy Are Worth the “Manageable” Risks, Yergin Says


Google 'eia natural gas sweeney'

Aove comment appears to have disappeared?



Note comment below about fearing MSM.

While Yergin has been cited in the popular press on energy issues, his predictions and claims have been shown to be wrong in numerous instances. [Yergin appear to be liberal arts 'educated'.]



The European Union is bracing for another potential energy crisis in the dead of winter as Russian gas supplies to some member states have suddenly dwindled by up to 30 percent.



Germany, Italy and Austria have reported cutbacks in Russian gas supplies, but Russia's energy giant Gazprom has blamed them on Kiev, accusing Ukraine of siphoning off gas destined for European consumers.

If you do not fear MSM, then you are a fool.






http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/eia/eiagas.htm#greenline




http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/eia/eiagas.htm#hoffman

http://www.prosefights.org/unmineable/unmineable.htm#currie




http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#hurst3




Procedural Order 3.pdf 


Wednesday February 1, 2012 08:07

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Wednesday February 1, 2012 08:07


EIA natural gas experts may have  omitted 'earthquakes'?

If you read the statements, the ‘experts’ refer to the energy expended in creating the frac (fractures) and not to the potential of lubricating an existing fault which is under geologic pressures. They are not lying, but are side-stepping the real issue, as it is unknown at this time what the outcome will be.

Oilman2


However, there are some potential environmental concerns that are also associated with the production of shale gas. The fracturing of wells requires large amounts of water. In some areas of the country, significant use of water for shale gas production may affect the availability of water for other uses, and can affect aquatic habitats.

Second, if mismanaged, hydraulic fracturing fluid — which may contain potentially hazardous chemicals — can be released by spills, leaks, or various other exposure pathways. Any such releases can contaminate surrounding areas.

Finally, fracturing also produces large amounts of wastewater, which may contain dissolved chemicals and other contaminants that require treatment before disposal or reuse. Because of the quantities of water used and the complexities inherent in treating some of the wastewater components, treatment and disposal is an important and challenging issue.


What is shale gas and why is it important?




New Mexico Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy


Tony Robinson Tony is a graduate of Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. He holds a Master's degree in European Cultural and Intellectual History from the University of Oregon.

Rob Kall Studied Psych major, Journalism "minor" at Pennsylvania State University. Studied journalism electives at Temple University

The comments related to the "laws of physics" came from a discussion I had a nunber of year ago with several congressmen who said we should pass a new 2nd law of thermodynamics. [Liberal arts 'educated'?]

The EU accounted for 25 percent of Iranian crude oil sales in the third quarter of 2011. But China, India and others have made clear that they are keen to soak up any spare Iranian oil, even as U.S. Treasury measures to choke Tehran's dollar trade make it harder to pay for supplies.

Click here to see who is set to become the new king of oil [Eventually hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling are revealed as well as those who may be destroying their own environments for money.]





Fracking Gets Its Own Occupy Movement







http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#jointmotionhoman
 




Order pdf.


Wednesday January 25, 2012 13:31

Recovery of the stolen $22,036 from the liberal arts 'educated' with help from New Mexico natural gas project and wind generation of electricity too? See.





Gas Molecules and Dust in the Atmosphere Cool the Earth!



The Climate Change Challenge -- Can we turn the Titanic before it's too late?





http://www.prosefights.org/fplwind/nextera.htm#hello1
http://www.prosefights.org/whitmancrocker/whitmancrocker.htm#grabbe


http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#jointmotion

 


 



Joint Motion

Friday January 13, 2012 15:51




MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY



http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#granted











SECOND PROCEDURAL ORDER [.doc]








 

Tuesday December 6, 2011 15:58

Original and 5 copies.

New Mexico Public Regulation Commission
ATTN: Records Division
PERA Building
P0. Box 1269
1120 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87504-1269



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

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE
AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/intervene/intervene.htm#motion

William H Payne, participant in PNM 2008 natural gas and electric irps and invited participant in 2011 New Mexico natural gas irp, in compliance with NMAC 1.2.2.23A hereby requests to intervene.
1.2.2.23 INTERVENORS AND COMMENTERS: A. Intervention: Any person other than staff and the original parties to a proceeding who desires to become a party to the proceeding may move in writing for leave to intervene in the proceeding.

(1) The motion for leave to intervene shall indicate the nature of the movant’s interest in the proceeding.


(2) The motion shall also comply with the provisions of this rule governing pleadings except that the motion shall indicate the facts relied upon as grounds for intervention.


(3) Motions for leave to intervene shall be served on all existing parties and other proposed intervenors of record.
states:

1 Nature of interests in the proceeding are:
A Ensure that decision for rate increase is based on facts provided by natural gas engineers and scientists as opposed to liberal arts verbal and essay analysis.

B Determine if there is or is not a natural gas supply problem.

C Determine warrants efficiency measures are a substitute for limiting new construction which may account for a major portion of natural gas consumption increases.

D Determine why efficiency attention is placed on residential and commercial gas use [24.8%] as opposed to attention to natural gas producers and electric utilities [67.4%] consumption



according above SWEEP chart.

E Compel New Mexico Gas company to respond through Discovery to requests for information.

F Possibly expose unintelligence, incompetence and corruption.

2 Facts relied upon include:
A Natural gas energy efficiency programs may or may not be necessary for the small percentage of residential and commercial gas users [24.8%].

"Today, we’re looking at a century’s supply of domestic natural gas, and we have far more oil resources than experts had previously estimated.", writes American Petroleum Institute president Jack Gerard.

"But the gas may not be as easy and cheap to extract from shale formations deep underground as the companies are saying, according to hundreds of industry e-mails and internal documents and an analysis of data from thousands of wells. ..." appeared in a New York Times Sunday front page article by Ian Urbina.

B PNM load forecaster Mr Steve Martin identified sources of demand for electricity on August 21, 2007, PNM Alvarado Square, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Growing number of customers, increased construction surely contributes to increase of natural gas consumption.

Hearing examination should include analysis of whether limiting new construction is more effective than energy efficiency if there is a problem with future natural gas supply?

C New Mexico Gas Company Manager of Regulatory Affairs did not respond as offer or even acknowledge emails sent

Monday October 10, 2011 08:58
http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#homan1

and

Tuesday November 1, 2011 09:17
http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/nmgco.htm#homan2

which relate to energy efficiency.
3 WHEREFORE,
Grant motion to intervene with Discovery as allowed under TITLE 1 GENERAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES PART 2 PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION RULES OF PROCEDURE 1.2.2.25 DISCOVERY.

Respectfully submitted this December 6, 2011.


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William H Payne                        date

   



JReynolds statement

TMartinez statement

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

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing Motion for Leave to Intervene and Request for Discovery, filed December 6, 2011, emailed to the parties listed below:

Mary E. Homan mary.homan@nmgco.com
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-law.com
John Reynolds john.reynolds@state.nm.us
Timothy Martinez timothy.martinez@state.nm.us
Carla Sonntag nmusa@rt66.com
Sunny Nixon snixon@rodey.com
Dan Najjar vnajjar@aol.com
Steven A. Porter steven.porter@hq.doe.gov
Saul J. Ramos Sramos@doeal.gov
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz
James Cotton ctcolumbia@aol.com
M. Grantham-Richards maudeGR@fmtn.org
John Arrowsmith je.arrowsmith@lacnm.us
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net
Lewis O. Campbell lcampbell4@comcast.net
Carol Rising carol.rising@state.nm.us
Michael Furze mfurze@housingnm.org
Robin Harder robin@nmsaves.com
Chuck Noble c-m-k@msn.com
James DeMeritt jdemeritt@clearesult.com
John Ashe jashe@clearesult.com
Bill Payne Bpayne37@comcast.net
Ken Hughes Ken.hughes@state.nm.us
Cliff Richardson Clifford.richarson.ctr@kirtland.af.mil
Sandra Richardson sprichardson@comcast.net
Sharon James Sharon.james@pnmresources.com
Erick Seelinger Erick.seelinger@pnmresources.com

DATED this 6st day of December, 2011.
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111



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William H Payne



Tuesday December 6, 2011 07:03

Certificate of Service appears to be mostly liberal arts 'educated' who are now going into energy.

Sender.



 




Sunday December 4, 2011 14:58

TITLE 17 PUBLIC UTILITIES AND UTILITY SERVICES CHAPTER 1 UTILITIES GENERAL PROVISIONS PART 2 UTILITY APPLICATIONS

TITLE 1 GENERAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION CHAPTER 2 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES PART 2 PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION RULES OF PROCEDURE

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

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO INTERVENE
AND REQUEST FOR DISCOVERY


The Attorney General of the State of New Mexico, Gary K. King ("Attorney General"), pursuant to NMSA 1978, Sections 8-5-2 and 8-5-17, and NMPRC Rules 17 NMAC 1.2.26.1 to 17 NMAC 1.1.26.2, respectfully moves for leave to intervene and be treated as a party to this proceeding. In support of this motion, the Attorney General states:

1. The Attorney General is required to appear before regulatory agencies, when, in his judgment, the public interest of the state requires such action and to represent consumers before the Public Regulation Commission ("Commission") as he deems appropriate. NMSA 1978, Sections 8-5-2(J) and 8-5-17.

2. The Attorney General seeks to intervene in this proceeding to represent the interests of residential and small business ratepayers otherwise unrepresented because, in his judgment, it is appropriate and the public interest so requires.

3. The nature of the movant's interest and the facts relied upon as grounds for intervention are that the public interest of the State of New Mexico and the interests of residential and small business consumers will be directly affected by the Commission's disposition in this case.

4. The Attorney General seeks by this intervention to examine all utility filings, to conduct discovery, and to present evidence and argument concerning the issues raised by this filing.

5. Service should be provided to:

Jeff Taylor
Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Attorney General
Post Office Drawer 1508
Santa Fe, NM 87504-1508
 JTaylor@nmag.gov


6. Pursuant to NMPRC Rule 17 NMAC 1.2.28.8, the Attorney General hereby requests that copies of any and all interrogatories, requests for production or inspection of documents, requests for admissions and other written discovery requests or notices, as well as any and all written responses or objections thereto, made by other parties in this proceeding be served on the Assistant Attorneys General named above.

WHEREFORE, the Attorney General respectfully requests:
1) leave to intervene in and become a party to this proceeding;
2) for expansion of service list;
3) to receive discovery filings, as specified in paragraph 6, above; and
4) for such other and further relief as this Commission deems just and proper.


Respectfully submitted,
NEW MEXICO ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE
GARY K. KING
Attorney General


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Jeff Taylor
Assistant Attorney General
P. O. Drawer 1508
Santa Fe, NM 87504
(505) 827-6011
JTaylor@nmag.gov

DATED this 1st day of December 2011

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing Motion for Leave to Intervene and Request for Discovery, filed December 1, 2011, was mailed first-class postage pre-paid or by e-mail to the parties listed below:

Sunny Nixon, Esq.
The Rodey Law Firm
Post Office Box 1357
Santa Fe, NM 87504-0357

E-mail Deliveries:
Mary E. Homan mary.homan@nmgco.com
Anastasia Stevens ast@keleher-law.com
John Reynolds john.reynolds@state.nm.us
Timothy Martinez timothy.martinez@state.nm.us
Carla Sonntag nmusa@rt66.com
Sunny Nixon snixon@rodey.com
Dan Najjar vnajjar@aol.com
Steven A. Porter steven.porter@hq.doe.gov
Saul J. Ramos Sramos@doeal.gov
Jay Kumar jkumar@etcinc.biz
James Cotton ctcolumbia@aol.com
M. Grantham-Richards maudeGR@fmtn.org
John Arrowsmith je.arrowsmith@lacnm.us
Carmela Starace Carmela@prosperityworks.net
Lewis O. Campbell lcampbell4@comcast.net
Carol Rising carol.rising@state.nm.us
Michael Furze mfurze@housingnm.org
Robin Harder robin@nmsaves.com
Chuck Noble c-m-k@msn.com
James DeMeritt jdemeritt@clearesult.com
John Ashe jashe@clearesult.com
Bill Payne Bpayne37@comcast.net
Ken Hughes Ken.hughes@state.nm.us
Cliff Richardson Clifford.richarson.ctr@kirtland.af.mil
Sandra Richardson sprichardson@comcast.net
Sharon James Sharon.james@pnmresources.com
Erick Seelinger Erick.seelinger@pnmresources.com

DATED this 1st day of December, 2011.
NEW MEXICO ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE ______________________________________________
LORETTA S. MARTINEZ, Paralegal

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