Tag Archives: Avista
Winter has landed in the northwest and with it comes cold temperatures. The bitter temperatures alone can cause rising energy use and costs, but combined with the holiday season bringing visiting friends and family, more showers, cooking and other energy … read more
NWGA Executive Director, Dan Kirschner, was on the road in Medford, OR yesterday talking natural gas at the Medford/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce. Dan, along with Steve Harper, Director of Gas Supply for Avista, spoke on what Southern Oregon consumers … read more
What it means: A subsurface geologic formation suitable for the storage of natural gas as a means of providing extra capacity in times of very high customer demand, insuring against service disruptions and allowing for increased gas purchases in times … read more
SPOKANE, WA – NWGA Member Avista Utilities’ 96,000 natural gas customers in Oregon could see an overall decrease of 10.7 percent in their natural gas rates by Jan. 1, 2013, if the Public Utility Commission of Oregon (PUC or Commission) … read more
Natural Gas Term of the Week: When buried gas facilities (or other underground utilities) are damaged by excavation.
What it means: Gas transmission and distribution pipes are typically found below ground, this keeps them safe from disturbances related to weather … read more
While it might be natural gas that’s cooking your food, heating your water and warming up your home, there’s something else that powers a natural gas utility… Avista Utilities began airing new commercials this week highlighting that special fuel, any … read more