Pa. 2nd State To Address Natural Gas Loss Along Supply Line

Law360, Philadelphia (April 5, 2013, 6:41 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on Thursday adopted final regulations intended to accurately monitor and reduce the amount of natural gas lost during transport from supplier to customer, making it the second state after Texas to adopt such regulations.

The finalized rules limit the cost consumers can bear for natural gas the escapes from pipelines and other distribution systems between the supplier and end-users. Until the rules were finalized, utilities were allowed to incorporate the cost of natural gas lost distribution system into the costs borne...
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