- Associated Press - Wednesday, October 22, 2014

PHOENIX (AP) - A state regulator says Arizona natural gas customers can rest assured that utilities will be able to meet the winter demand for heating.

Corporation Commission Chairman Bob Stump says a warmer-than-normal winter is forecast and that utilities appear prepared to meet energy demands during the state’s colder months.

Gas utilities and pipeline companies on Tuesday presented the commission with the companies’ plans to meet heating demands in the upcoming winter.

Southwest Gas, UNS Gas, Alliant Gas, Questar, Transwestern Pipeline, and El Paso Natural Gas made presentations.

The companies also outlined their emergency plans to deal with any potential service outages.



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