FNG to offer new interruptible service
New rate class would allow utility to expand sales without expanding capacity, would make natural gas available to more customers
For Petroleum News
Looking to temper seasonal swings in demand, Fairbanks Natural Gas wants to start offering interruptible service to smaller volume customers at a discounted rate.
The lone natural gas utility in fuel oil dominated Fairbanks is asking the Regulatory Commission of Alaska to approve a new “small volume....
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