After considering the matter in several proceedings since 1991, the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has decided to permit the state's utilities to include in rates the full cost of...
citizens in light of last summer's warning signs is currently under debate. However, in light of last summer's warning signs of higher prices ahead for natural gas consumers, we believe that the Department of Energy and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission have a duty to determine why natural gas prices are at all-time highs and to consider the policy implications of such analysis.
Leslie B. Enoch II, APGA President,
CEO, Middle Tennessee Gas Utility District
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