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3 percent in Idaho if the utility commissions in both states approve the company's annual Purchased Gas Cost Adjustment (PGA) tariffs that were filed today.
Several regulatory mechanisms, including annual ratemaking, weather normalization, and purchased gas cost adjustments, reduce regulatory lag and add stability to earnings and cash flows.
The increase in margin is primarily attributable to gas cost adjustments, residential customer growth, and improved volumes from industrial customers.
Avista made the request in its annual Purchase Gas Cost Adjustment (PGA) request filed today with the OPUC.
The settlement also established a rider to recover future pipeline integrity management costs, and allows for the recovery of underground storage through the gas cost adjustment (GCA) rider.
Vermillion said the company expects to request a significant reduction in natural gas prices when it files an annual purchased gas cost adjustment (PGA) in late August, provided prices remain in the current range.
Purchased gas cost adjustment mechanisms provide a dollar-for-dollar offset of increases or decreases in purchased gas costs, and trackers cover the gas portion of customer bad-debt expense in most of Atmos' Texas service territory.
Purchased Gas Cost Adjustment (PGA) filings are usually made annually in the fall to pass through changes in the cost of natural gas Avista acquires to serve customers.