Enstar drops controversial tariff changes
Gas producers urge Regulatory Commission of Alaska to go ahead with investigation of ‘discriminatory’ conduct; panel declines
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The ruckus over controversial tariff revisions proposed by Enstar Natural Gas Co. appears to be done.
That’s because Enstar has withdrawn the revisions, which were pending before the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.
Enstar is the state’s top gas utility.
The company ignited a backlash after proposin....
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