Enstar defends its tariff proposals
Alaskaís largest natural gas utility says changes arenít meant to block competition, but rather to ensure fairness for all customers
For Petroleum News
Enstar Natural Gas Co., the major gas utility serving Southcentral Alaska, has proposed tariff changes that rankle some folks.
One change would require commercial customers to provide a one-year notice before leaving, or returning to, the Enstar system.
The proposal is a response to gas producers ai....
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