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Nat. Fuel gas bills going up

Typical monthly bill rising $5.55

May 2, 2014
Times Observer

National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation ("National Fuel") has submitted to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission ("PUC") a quarterly adjustment to gas supply charges, which became effective Wednesday for its Pennsylvania customers. This 7.3 percent increase will raise the monthly bill of a typical residential customer using ninety-thousand cubic feet of gas annually by $5.55, from $75.84 to $81.39. It will also bring the residential Price to Compare to $.64057 per ccf, which is an important reference point for those customers shopping for an alternate gas supplier.

 
 

 

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