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  • NWGA & PNUCC Examine Future Gas Infrastructure Development in New Whitepaper

    Wednesday July 29, 2015 by Ben

    Portland, Ore. —The Northwest Power & Natural Gas Planning Taskforce released Northwest Gas Infrastructure – Looking Forward this week.  The report provides a glimpse into the Pacific Northwest’s potential future natural gas infrastructure, and why the gas infrastructure system may … read more

    Colorado State University researchers present results of comprehensive study of methane emissions from natural gas transmission and storage facilities

    Thursday July 23, 2015 by Ben

    FORT COLLINS — A comprehensive study of natural gas transmission and storage facilities led by Colorado State University (CSU) researchers has found that the total amount of methane emitted into the atmosphere from the transmission and storage sector is not … read more

    NW Natural Names Greg Hazelton Chief Financial Officer

    Tuesday June 30, 2015 by Ben

    PORTLAND, OR — Northwest Natural Gas Company, NW Natural (NYSE: NWN), has hired Gregory C. Hazelton to serve as the company’s new Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective June 30. He replaces Stephen P. Feltz, who is retiring … read more

    Fortis BC CEO Michael Mulcahy Op Ed: LNG projects provide benefits to B.C. gas customers

    Tuesday June 16, 2015 by Ben

    SURREY, B.C. – On several occasions over the last few weeks, critics quoted in the media have provided inaccurate information about FortisBC’s LNG-related projects. Most recently they’ve claimed that our LNG projects won’t benefit our customers who heat their homes … read more

    Northwest Gas Association’s 2015 Natural Gas Outlook Projects Moderate Growth, Explores Accelerated Demand Scenarios

    Wednesday June 10, 2015 by Ben

    PORTLAND, OR – This week the Northwest Gas Association (NWGA) released the 2015 edition of the annual Natural Gas Outlook Study, a regional look at natural gas supply, demand and infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest.

    Released annually, the Gas Outlook … read more

    New Initiative Will Help Connect Veterans with Natural Gas Jobs

    Tuesday June 9, 2015 by Ben

    Washington, D.C. – The American Gas Association (AGA) is participating in a new initiative to help connect military veterans with energy jobs. A partnership between key government agencies and leading energy trade associations, the Utility Industry Workforce Initiative is a … read more

    NW Natural customers to receive a credit on their June gas bill

    Wednesday June 3, 2015 by Ben

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Northwest Natural Gas Company, dba NW Natural (NYSE:NWN), will issue an interstate storage credit to its Oregon customers on their June bills for the 14th year in a row.

    This year’s total credit is for approximately $9.6 … read more

    Natural gas from landfills and farm waste now available on Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and in Whistler

    Tuesday May 12, 2015 by Ben

    SURREY, B.C. –  Starting this month, FortisBC customers on Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and in Whistler will have access to renewable natural gas – a carbon-neutral energy source produced from landfill gas and other organic waste. It’s an … read more

    Avista Utilities Successfully Replaces Legacy Customer System With Oracle Utility Solution

    Monday April 27, 2015 by Ben

    REDWOOD SHORES, CA–Transitioning from a 20-year-old, homegrown customer information system to one that is more modern and comprehensive allows utilities to improve customer service, enhance financial performance, and adapt to a changing industry. Making this upgrade is no small endeavor, … read more

    CNG fleet arrives in Kamloops

    Friday April 17, 2015 by Ben
    KAMLOOPS

    They’re here! The Kamloops Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuelled transit fleet has arrived. A total of 25 CNG buses will be introduced into service by the end of May as they clear inspection and are prepared for service.

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