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Energy Affordability

Topic Code Metric Additional Information

Energy Affordability


Average retail gas rate for (1) residential, (2) commercial, (3) industrial customers, and (4) transportation services only

(1) Residential: $8.02 per Mcf

(2) Commercial: $6.58 per Mcf

(3) Industrial: $5.88 per Mcf

(4) Transportation: $1.20 per Mcf


Typical monthly gas bill for residential customers for (1) 50 MMBtu and (2) 100 MMBtu of gas delivered per year

(1) $38.09

(2) $64.21


(1) Number of residential customer gas disconnections for non-payment, (2) percentage reconnected within 30 days

(1) 4890

(2) 81%


Discussion of impact of external factors on customer affordability of gas, including the economic conditions of the service territory

*Currently not available

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End-Use Efficiency

Topic Code Metric Additional Information

End-Use Efficiency


Percentage of gas utility revenues from rate structures that (1) are decoupled or (2) contain a lost revenue adjustment mechanism (LRAM)

(1) 42% Decoupled

(2) 0% LRAM


Customer gas savings from efficiency measures by market

3,105,204 Mcf Total saved from efficiency programs

Residential Programs: 1,548,698

Business Programs: 1,476,203

Education & Awareness: 80,303

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Integrity of Gas Delivery Infrastructure

Topic Code Metric Additional Information

Integrity of Gas Delivery Infrastructure


Number of (1) reportable pipeline incidents, (2) Corrective Action Orders (CAO), and (3) Notices of Probable Violation (NOPV)

(1) 9 reportable pipeline incidents, 4 distribution and 5 transmission.

(2) 0 COAs

(3) 0 NOPVs


Percentage of distribution pipeline that is (1) cast and/or wrought iron and (2) unprotected steel

(1) 1.30% cast and/or wrought iron

(2) 1.70% unprotected steel


Percentage of gas (1) transmission and (2) distribution pipelines inspected

(1) 9.23% transmission inspected

(2) 7.89% distribution inspected


Description of efforts to manage the integrity of gas delivery infrastructure, including risks related to safety and emissions

How We Manage Natural Gas Delivery Infrastructure Integrity

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Activity Metrics

Topic Code Metric Additional Information

Activity Metrics


Number of: (1) residential, (2) commercial, and (3) industrial customers served

Natural Gas Operations Statistics


Amount of natural gas delivered to: (1) residential customers, (2) commercial customers, (3) industrial customers, and (4) transferred to a third party

2020 ESG & Sustainability Report


Length of gas (1) transmission and (2) distribution pipelines

Natural Gas Operations Statistics

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Updated June 2021

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