FNG asks to stay course on deregulation
Company president says regulation would only increase rates, prevent FNG from attracting needed capital investment, recouping losses
Regulating Fairbanks Natural Gas would lead to increased rates and would prevent the company from attracting outside investment, according to a top company executive.
In testimony filed with state regulators on Dec. 12, Fairbanks Natural Gas President Dan Britton said his company took losses for man....
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