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DETROIT--Contract-carriage natural gas in Michigan will not be a viable option until guidelines are set for utility transportation tariffs, according to large industrial users contacted by EUN.
The lack of price rules has stalled plans by several large users to enter into contract-carriage gas agreements. "There are no tariffs or agreements. That's one of the reasons we're currently not involved in contract-carriage agreements," said Dave Carlson, energy executive at Chrysler Motor Co., Highland Park, Mich. "I don't think Michigan will have transportation gas until the tariffs are set."
In response to the lack of guidelines, the Association of Businesses Advocating Tariff Equity (ABATE), an organization …