Nat Gas News – October 10, 2018

By Published On: October 10, 2018Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Nat Gas News – October 10, 2018

PSE Asks Customers to Conserve Natural Gas After B.C. Pipeline Rupture

The KOMONews Reported: SEATTLE — Puget Sound Energy is asking its customers around Western Washington to conserve their natural gas and electricity use Wednesday in the wake of a pipeline rupture near Prince George, B.C. on Tuesday night. The pipeline erupted around 5:30 p.m., sending flames and smoke shooting into the sky. “It sounded like a jet engine,” Regional Chief Terry Teegee of the nearby Takla Lake First Nation told CTV News. “We thought it might have been a train crash because there are two train tracks on each side of the river, but then we looked out back and it was this massive ball of fire. For more on this story go to or click

Increase for Some, Decrease for Others: PSC Changing Natural Gas Rates

The Bluefield Daily Telegraph Reported: CHARLESTON  The Public Service Commission has ordered natural gas utilities to lower the purchased gas portion of their rates for over 95 percent of the natural gas customers in the state. The lower interim rates go into effect Nov. 1. Final rates will be set in early 2019, according to a press release issued Tuesday by the Public Service Commission of West Virginia. Mountaineer Gas Company customers will see a decrease in the purchased gas portion of their rates of 3.95 percent. Bluefield Gas customers will see their rates increase by 4.32 percent, according to the PSC. For more on this story go to or click

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