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3 gas utilities in Arkansas raise winter rates


November 2, 2017

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Utility officials in Arkansas say winter rates have gone up because of an increase in costs to acquire natural gas.

CenterPoint Energy, Black Hills Energy and Arkansas Oklahoma Gas entered their new rates on Tuesday, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported. Customers will see rate increases ranging from almost 2 percent to nearly 9 percent compared to last November.

The rates took effect Wednesday and will be in place through March 31.

CenterPoint had the largest hike. A residential bill will increase 8.73 percent compared with November of last year, which includes...

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