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PSC approves Missouri gas energy request to adjust infrastructure surcharge

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO -

The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a request filed by Missouri Gas Energy, a division of Laclede Gas Company (MGE), to adjust the infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) on th ebill of its natural gas customers. The surcharge first appeared on customer bills in April 2004. 

The ISRS adjustment reflects infrastructure replacement investments made by the natural gas company from September 1, 2014 through February 28, 2015. These costs for natural gas pipeline replacements and relocations are not currently included in MGE's rates. 

The current ISRS for residential customers of MGE is $0.29 a month. As a result of this case, residential customers will pay an ISRS of $0.71 a month effective May 22, 2015.

MGE provides natural gas service to approximately 503,000 customers in Missouri.

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