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FINANCIAL

Roswell Daily Record

Plan to streamline solar development in West OK’d

tary Ken Salazar called the new plan a “roadmap ... that will lead to faster, smarter utility-scale solar development on public lands.” The plan replaces the

department’s previous firstcome, first-served system of approving solar projects, which let developers choose where they wanted to build utility-scale solar sites and allowed for land speculation. The department no longer will decide projects on case-by-case basis as it had since 2005, when solar developers began filing applications. Instead, the department will direct development to land it has identified as having fewer wildlife and naturalresource obstacles. The government is establishing 17 new “solar energy zones” on 285,000 acres in six states: California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. Most of the land — 153,627 acres — is in Southern California. The Obama administration has authorized 10,000 megawatts of solar, wind

homes. It will later be transferred to a special dolly towed by Toyota pickup truck for the move over Interstate 405. The automaker received a permit to film a commercial. Shuffling a five-story-tall shuttle through urban streets was an undertaking that took nearly a year to plan. Because the 78-foot wingspan hangs over sidewalks in some locations, police enforced rolling street and sidewalk closures along the route. The baby of the shuttle fleet, Endeavour replaced Challenger, which exploded during liftoff in 1986, killing seven astronauts. It thundered off the launch pad 25 times, orbited Earth nearly 4,700 times and racked up 123 million miles. Transporting Endeavour required a specialized carrier typically used to haul oil rigs, bridges and heavy

equipment. The wheels can spin in any direction, allowing the shuttle to zigzag past obstacles. An operator walks alongside, controlling the movements via joystick. Several spotters along the wings are on the lookout for hazards. Before Endeavour could travel through the streets, some 400 trees were chopped down, cable and telephone lines were hoisted, and steel plates were laid down to protect the streets and underground utilities. Endeavour will mostly travel on wide boulevards with some boasting as many lanes as a freeway. While there have been advance preparations, there was remaining work to be done during the move, including de-energizing power lines. One of the trickiest parts occurs today when Endeavour treks through a nar-

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Interior Secretary Ken Salazar speaks during a news conference, Friday, in Las Vegas, in which he and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced a plan that sets aside 285,000 acres of public land for the development of large-scale solar power plants.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Federal officials on Friday approved a plan that sets aside 285,000 acres of public land for the development of large-scale solar power plants, cementing a new

government approach to renewable energy development in the West after years of delays and false starts. At a news conference in Las Vegas, Interior Secre-

and geothermal projects that, when built, would provide enough energy to power more than 3.5 million homes, Salazar said. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu said the effort will help the U.S. stay competitive. “There is a global race to develop renewable energy technologies — and this effort will help us win this race by expanding solar energy production while reducing permitting costs,” Chu said in a statement. The new solar energy zones were chosen because they are near existing power lines, allowing for quick delivery to energyhungry cities. Also, the chosen sites have fewer of the environmental concerns — such as endangered desert tortoise habitat — that have plagued other projects. Environmental groups like the Nature Conservancy who had been critical of

the federal government’s previous approach to solar development in the desert applauded the new plan. “We can develop the clean, renewable energy that is essential to our future while protecting our iconic desert landscapes by directing development to areas that are more degraded,” said Michael Powelson, the conservancy’s North American director of energy programs. Some solar developers who already are building projects were complimentary of the new approach, saying it will help diversify the country’s energy portfolio more quickly. Still, some cautioned that the new plan could still get mired in the same pattern of delay and inefficiency that hampered previous efforts, and urged the government to continue pushing solar projects forward.

Shuttle Xing: Endeavour treks through LA streets LOS ANGELES (AP) — It’s a surreal sight residents won’t soon forget: A hulking space shuttle strutting down city streets, pausing every so often to get its bearings as it creeps toward retirement. Endeavour’s terrestrial journey began before dawn Friday when it departed from the Los Angeles International Airport, rolling on a 160-wheeled carrier past diamond-shaped “Shuttle Xing” signs. Hundreds of camera-toting spectators, some with pajama-clad children in tow, gaped as the 170,000pound Endeavour inched by with its tail towering over streetlights and its wings spanning the roadway. Over two days, it will trundle 12 miles at a top speed of 2 mph to its final destination — the California Science Center where it will be the centerpiece of a

CATTLE/HOGS

NEW YORK(AP) - Cattle/hogs futures on the Chicago Merchantile Exchange Friday: Open high

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CATTLE 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Oct 12 124.87 124.87 123.62 123.90 Dec 12 125.92 126.17 125.35 125.50 Feb 13 129.90 129.90 129.22 129.35 Apr 13 133.50 133.60 133.10 133.30 Jun 13 130.50 130.55 129.87 130.05 Aug 13 130.55 130.55 130.00 130.10 Oct 13 133.77 133.77 133.25 133.30 Dec 13 135.00 135.00 134.52 134.90 Feb 14 135.50 136.35 135.32 136.35 Last spot N/A Est. sales 35013. Thu’s Sales: 55,972 Thu’s open int: 278738, off -126 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Oct 12 142.95 144.10 142.55 143.10 Nov 12 144.00 145.20 143.72 144.22 Jan 13 146.67 147.37 146.12 146.15 Mar 13 149.27 150.10 149.00 149.10 Apr 13 150.75 151.60 150.67 150.70 May 13 152.05 153.00 151.95 152.12 Aug 13 155.02 156.00 155.02 156.00 Sep 13 156.50 Last spot N/A Est. sales 7195. Thu’s Sales: 9,402 Thu’s open int: 29569, up +744 HOGS-Lean 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Oct 12 82.32 82.80 82.27 82.75 Dec 12 77.70 78.47 77.40 78.37 Feb 13 84.10 84.70 83.82 84.65 Apr 13 90.00 90.52 89.67 90.45 May 13 98.20 98.50 97.80 98.50 Jun 13 101.02 101.20 100.55 100.85 Jul 13 100.57 100.75 100.10 100.57 Aug 13 99.75 100.00 99.10 99.50 Oct 13 88.70 88.72 88.20 88.60 Dec 13 85.00 85.00 84.57 84.60 Feb 14 86.32 86.50 86.32 86.50 Apr 14 88.50 Last spot N/A Est. sales 25461. Thu’s Sales: 50,452 Thu’s open int: 224406, off -1766

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COTTON

NEW YORK(AP) - Cotton No. 2 futures on the N.Y. Cotton Exchange Friday: Open high

low settle

COTTON 2 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Dec 12 71.12 71.42 70.71 71.36 Mar 13 71.73 72.01 71.33 71.91 May 13 72.85 72.91 72.29 72.85 Jul 13 73.31 73.61 73.31 73.61 Sep 13 75.45 Oct 13 74.74 Dec 13 75.15 75.45 75.15 75.45 Mar 14 76.44 May 14 75.94 Jul 14 75.72 Oct 14 76.53 Dec 14 76.90 Mar 15 76.90 May 15 76.90 Jul 15 76.90 Last spot N/A Est. sales 15533. Thu’s Sales: 25,836 Thu’s open int: 195390, up +1908

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new exhibit. After an initial bumpy ride and a brief delay, the shuttle pulled off a massive feat of parallel parking by backing into a shopping center parking lot for a layover as crowds cheered on. Spectators flocked to the parking lot in the Westchester neighborhood to get a glimpse of Endeavour, which was guarded by an entourage of police, private security and construction crews. After a nine-hour layover, Endeavour hit the streets Friday afternoon toward the suburb of Inglewood, home of the iconic Randy’s Donut shop. As it rolled past front lawns, some homeowners climbed on their roofs for a better view. The shuttle will take another hours-long break as crews re-route power lines, causing temporary outages to several hundred

Mar 14 873ø 873ø 858fl 858fl May 14 836 839fl 836 839fl Jul 14 801ø 812fl 801ø 812fl Sep 14 815fl 815fl 814ø 814ø Dec 14 827ø 828ü 827 828ü Mar 15 821ø 822ü 821ø 822ü May 15 821ø 822ü 821ø 822ü Jul 15 802ü 802ü 792ü 792ü Last spot N/A Est. sales 182188. Thu’s Sales: 115,489 Thu’s open int: 470470, up +13575 CORN 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Dec 12 770fl 772 749ø 752fl Mar 13 770ø 771ø 749ü 752fl May 13 764ü 765ø 743fl 747ü Jul 13 758fl 758fl 737 740ø Sep 13 675 675 658 662ø Dec 13 644ü 646 628fl 634 Mar 14 649fl 653 638fl 641fl May 14 659ü 659ü 647ø 647ø Jul 14 647 649ü 645fl 649ü Sep 14 610 610 598fl 598fl Dec 14 601 605 596 601ø Jul 15 624fl 624fl 621ü 621ü Dec 15 590 590ø 589 590ø Last spot N/A Est. sales 394774. Thu’s Sales: 398,255 Thu’s open int: 1256391, up +49911 OATS 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Dec 12 387fl 394ü 387 392 Mar 13 393ø 397 391fl 395 May 13 394 394 392 393ø Jul 13 389fl 393 389fl 393 Sep 13 391fl 395 391fl 395 Dec 13 386ü 389ø 386ü 389ø Mar 14 413 416ü 413 416ü May 14 413 416ü 413 416ü Jul 14 450ø 453fl 450ø 453fl Sep 14 431ø 434fl 431ø 434fl Jul 15 431ø 434fl 431ø 434fl Sep 15 431ø 434fl 431ø 434fl Last spot N/A Est. sales 1894. Thu’s Sales: 1,401 Thu’s open int: 11504, up +245 SOYBEANS 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Nov 12 1545fl 1553ø 1510 1522ø Jan 13 1544fl 1552fl 1509ø 1522 Mar 13 1518ü 1523ø 1481 1492 May 13 1475 1478fl 1442 1449fl Jul 13 1467ü 1468 1432ø 1440ü Aug 13 1433fl 1433fl 1413fl 1419fl Sep 13 1396 1396fl 1370ø 1376 Nov 13 1351ø 1356fl 1331 1338ø Jan 14 1347 1347 1342ø 1342ø Mar 14 1357ø 1357ø 1342fl 1342fl May 14 1360fl 1360fl 1343ø 1343ø Jul 14 1361ü 1361ü 1346ø 1346ø Aug 14 1356 1356 1341ü 1341ü Sep 14 1346ü 1346ü 1331ø 1331ø Nov 14 1294ü 1300 1294 1294 Jul 15 1313ü 1313ü 1296 1296 Nov 15 1280 1282ø 1279ü 1282ø Last spot N/A Est. sales 441489. Thu’s Sales: 369,720 Thu’s open int: 711035, up +2984

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OIL/GASOLINE/NG

NEW YORK(AP) - Trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange Friday: Open high

low

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LIGHT SWEET CRUDE 1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl. Nov 12 92.41 92.64 91.16 91.86 Dec 12 92.84 93.06 91.58 92.28 Jan 13 93.31 93.53 92.08 92.76 Feb 13 93.70 94.00 92.56 93.24 Mar 13 94.37 94.37 93.00 93.66 Apr 13 94.45 94.66 93.47 93.97 May 13 94.77 94.77 94.06 94.21 Jun 13 94.88 109.50 93.78 94.37 Jul 13 94.88 94.88 94.07 94.43 Aug 13 94.68 94.68 94.14 94.39 Sep 13 94.27 94.33 94.03 94.33 Oct 13 93.97 94.23 93.97 94.23 Nov 13 94.12 Dec 13 94.20 94.57 93.47 93.99 Jan 14 93.72 Feb 14 93.45 Mar 14 93.16 Apr 14 92.90 May 14 92.64 Jun 14 92.53 94.50 92.14 92.39 Jul 14 92.10 Aug 14 91.83 Sep 14 91.59 Oct 14 91.39 Nov 14 91.22 Dec 14 91.10 91.42 90.63 91.09 Last spot N/A Est. sales 390428. Thu’s Sales: 652,165 Thu’s open int: 1571534, up +11883 NY HARBOR GAS BLEND 42,000 gallons- dollars per gallon Nov 12 2.9440 2.9550 2.8605 2.8928 Dec 12 2.8551 2.8551 2.7882 2.8138 Jan 13 2.8199 2.8199 2.7628 2.7841 Feb 13 2.7982 2.8035 2.7571 2.7785 Mar 13 2.8119 2.8119 2.7742 2.7951 Apr 13 2.9659 2.9659 2.9234 2.9425 May 13 2.9171 2.9400 2.9168 2.9307 Jun 13 2.9058 2.9089 2.8819 2.8947 Jul 13 2.8539 Aug 13 2.7994 2.8100 2.7994 2.8100

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METALS

NEW YORK (AP) _ Spot nonferrous metal prices Fri. Aluminum -$0.9037 per lb., London Metal Exch. Copper -$3.7247 Cathode full plate, LME. Copper $3.7145 N.Y. Merc spot Fri. Lead - $2208.00 metric ton, London Metal Exch. Zinc - $0.8847 per lb., London Metal Exch. Gold - $1766.75 Handy & Harman (only daily quote). Gold - $1758.00 troy oz., NY Merc spot Fri. Silver - $33.690 Handy & Harman (only daily quote). Silver - $33.633 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Fri. Platinum -$1670.00 troy oz., N.Y. (contract). Platinum -$1657.10 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Fri. n.q.-not quoted n.a.-not available r-revised

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CHICAGO(AP) - Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Thursday: Open high

FUTURES

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AP Photo

The Space Shuttle Endeavour sits before it is moved along city streets of Los Angeles, Friday.

row residential street with apartment buildings on both sides. With its wings expected to intrude into driveways, residents have been told to stay indoors until the shuttle passes. The route was selected after ruling out other options. Dismantling the shuttle would have ruined

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the delicate heat tiles. Helicoptering it to its destination was not feasible. Neither was crossing on freeways since the shuttle is too big to fit through the underpasses. The cost of transporting it cross-town was estimated at more than $10 million.

MARKET SUMMARY

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Chg -.46 -.80 -1.05 -.80 -5.31

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INDEXES

Last 13,328.85 5,044.63 475.48 8,227.08 2,425.97 3,044.11 1,428.59 14,917.94 823.09

Net Chg +2.46 +44.17 -3.09 -29.51 -5.63 -5.30 -4.25 -52.72 -6.69

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Name Dow Jones Industrials Dow Jones Transportation Dow Jones Utilities NYSE Composite Amex Index Nasdaq Composite S&P 500 Wilshire 5000 Russell 2000

Last 2.32 2.78 21.48 29.20 18.41

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%Chg -14.4 -13.6 -12.0 -11.6 -10.5

3,054,609,882 Volume

52-Week High Low 13,661.72 11,104.56 5,390.11 4,365.98 499.82 422.90 8,515.60 6,844.16 2,509.57 2,094.30 3,196.93 2,441.48 1,474.51 1,158.15 15,432.54 12,085.12 868.50 664.58

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817 1,611 132 2,560 42 463.27

1,519,317,240

% Chg +.02 +.88 -.65 -.36 -.23 -.17 -.30 -.35 -.81

YTD % Chg +9.10 +.50 +2.32 +10.03 +6.48 +16.85 +13.60 +13.10 +11.09

52-wk % Chg +14.46 +7.53 +8.37 +11.93 +10.95 +14.10 +16.66 +16.09 +15.53

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