As part of a broader shift away from natural gas in New York, a pair of local utilities committed to achieving net-zero growth in gas sales throughout their service territories during a three-year period beginning Dec. 1. New York State Electric & Gas Corp. (NYSEG) and sister company Rochester Gas & Electric (RG&E) made the…
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The Covid-19 pandemic played a central role in how state of Washington regulators finalized a $205 million general rate request from Bellevue, WA-based Puget Sound Energy (PSE), and they indicated that will be their practice for as long as the virus is present. New natural gas and electric rates are effective July 20. In the…
Coming as the utility’s first rate hike request in two years, Atlanta Gas Light (AGL) has filed for a $96.1 million adjustment to natural gas base rates with the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC), in part to fund $1 billion in natural gas system improvements. The base rate adjustment would mean a $3.80 monthly increase for the typical residential customer.
Nearly a dozen utilities, state regulatory agencies and other entities have filed motions to intervene, seeking clarification or rehearing of FERC’s recently proposed changes in income tax rates for natural gas pipeline companies, electric transmission and master limited partnerships (MLP).
Retail natural gas rates in Colorado are headed up by 13-14% in the first quarter, according to Xcel Energy Inc.’s Denver-based combination utility, Public Service Company of Colorado.
Washington state’s regulatory commission took action on Thursday in separate cases involving a pipeline safety penalty for Cascade Natural Gas Corp. and general rate increase requests by Avista Utilities.
Retail natural gas rates in Washington state are decreasing at two of the state’s major utility distribution companies, following actions Thursday by state regulators. Two other gas providers will have slight increases.
Antero Resources Corp. has filed at FERC to intervene in Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC’s request for a rehearing of the Commission’s order authorizing the construction and operation of the Broad Run Expansion Project, arguing in support of the lower fuel rates TGP has proposed.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) of West Virginia said this month that it again expects lower gas bills for two-thirds of the state’s residents during the upcoming winter heating season.
California regulatory staff last week issued proposed and alternate decisions that nearly cut in half a $1 billion-plus natural gas transmission pipeline and storage system rate increase request by Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E).