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Natural Gas Rates Likely to Increase

Natural Gas Rates Likely to Increase

Posted - May 21, 2003 at 7:12 a.m.



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(KSL TV) Utah consumers will likely be paying more for natural gas in the near future.

The news comes just a week following news of a potentially hefty electricity rate hike.

Questar Gas says the hike could amount to a 7- to- 9- dollar monthly increase for customers or 12- to- 15- percent.

If approved the increase would take effect July first.

A big reason for the latest hike request is the rising cost of natural gas across the country.

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