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BLOG: Dallas Morning News Releases Atmos Explosion Investigation

Posted by on 10:15 pm in Blog, Media Focus | 0 comments

“Time Bomb” is the Dallas Morning News’s ambitious two-part investigation into the Atmos Energy safety record.

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BLOG: Cities, States Help Work Toward Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets

Posted by on 3:32 pm in Blog, Renewable Energy | 0 comments

Cities and mayors have emerged as a key force in reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, according to two new reports.

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BLOG: Gas Leaks, Many Dangerous Identified in Newspaper Report

Posted by on 8:03 pm in Blog | 0 comments

More than 3,000 — that’s how many leaks Atmos Mid-Tex discovered in Dallas County during the first half of 2018.

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Blog: Atmos Announces Accelerated Pipe Replacements in 2018

Posted by on 8:16 pm in Blog, Safety | 0 comments

Atmos Mid-Tex plans to replace 30,000 steel service lines in its service territory, up from 17,000 announced earlier.

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NEW REPORT: Gas Reliability Infrastructure Program Policy Guide

Posted by on 7:16 pm in Blog, Report | 0 comments

GRIP has contributed to increased gas utility bills, despite drops in the cost of natural gas.

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BLOG: City Group Urges Reform of Controversial Gas Rate Hike Program

Posted by on 7:37 pm in Blog, Regulatory Action | 0 comments

The program allows Texas gas utilities to hike rates annually, but without any meaningful advance review by regulators.

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BLOG: Utilities Begin Providing Details About Delivering Tax Savings

Posted by on 5:58 pm in Blog | 0 comments

The Atmos Cities Steering Committee, a city group, will work to ensure tax savings are included in gas utility rates.

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BLOG: Multi-Billion-Dollar Oncor Sale to Sempra Almost Complete

Posted by on 10:02 pm in Blog | 0 comments

Oncor, the state’s largest transmission and distribution utility, is now just a hair’s breadth away from having new owners.

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BLOG: ACSC & Regulators Want Utility Rates to Reflect Tax Savings

Posted by on 8:43 pm in Blog | 0 comments

An attorney for the Atmos Cities Steering Committee says utilities shouldn’t over charge ratepayers for taxes.

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BLOG: Cities Win at Texas Supreme Court In Utility Pole Dispute

Posted by on 4:13 am in Blog | 0 comments

Municipal groups and the state’s largest electric utility had been at odds over the potentially expensive issue for years.

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