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Columbia Gas

Columbia Gas

Columbia Gas

Columbia Gas Columbia Gas is a division of Kroger to handle the company's natural gas distribution. It was founded in 1892. In 1925, it was purchased by Kroger.

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On July 1, 2015, NiSource separated Columbia Pipeline Group (NYSE: CPGX) into a stand-alone publicly traded company. Each NiSource shareholder at the time of the separation received one share of Columbia Pipeline Group for each share of NiSource. The separation of Columbia Pipeline Group included Columbia Gas Transmission, Columbia Gulf Transmission, Columbia Midstream Group, its ownership in Columbia Pipeline Partners (NYSE: CPPL), and other natural gas pipeline, storage and midstream holdings.Acquired by TC Energy in 2016, the Columbia Gas Transmission system extends from New York state to the Midwest and Southeast, serving as a link between major natural gas basins and major markets. Thanks to the network’s 11,500 miles (18,500 km) of pipeline and dozens of storage fields in multiple states, Columbia Gas Transmission ensures the heat stays on and businesses stay powered, even when demand spikes.

a subsidiary of NiSource. At least 25 people were injured and one was killed; residents from parts of three towns had to be evacuated for a few days and electricity service turned off until the area was inspected for gas. Gas service to 8,600 customers was disrupted, in some cases for months. Columbia Gas admitted that maintenance workers mishandled sensors that monitored gas line pressure, and pled guilty to violating the federal Pipeline Safety Act. The company paid a fine of $53 million, in addition to a $143 million settlement with residents and businesses, $83 million paid to municipalities, undisclosed amounts paid for injuries and one death, and direct spending on replacing damaged pipelines and appliances. NiSource agreed to sell its Massachusetts gas business to competitor Eversource, at a loss compared to what it paid to acquire Columbia Gas. (Source:

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On July 1, 2015, NiSource separated Columbia Pipeline Group (NYSE: CPGX) into a stand-alone publicly traded company. Each NiSource shareholder at the time of the separation received one share of Columbia Pipeline Group for each share of NiSource. The separation of Columbia Pipeline Group included Columbia Gas Transmission, Columbia Gulf Transmission, Columbia Midstream Group, its ownership in Columbia Pipeline Partners (NYSE: CPPL), and other natural gas pipeline, storage and midstream holdings.Columbia Gas is relentlessly focused on convenience through innovation to better serve customers. This includes offering digital options for customers. Recently, the company launched stop, start and move self-service on the customer websites so customers no longer have to call to request these services. Columbia Gas also recently elevated promotion of paperless billing, encouraging customers to view their bills online anywhere, anytime.

a subsidiary of NiSource. At least 25 people were injured and one was killed; residents from parts of three towns had to be evacuated for a few days and electricity service turned off until the area was inspected for gas. Gas service to 8,600 customers was disrupted, in some cases for months. Columbia Gas admitted that maintenance workers mishandled sensors that monitored gas line pressure, and pled guilty to violating the federal Pipeline Safety Act. The company paid a fine of $53 million, in addition to a $143 million settlement with residents and businesses, $83 million paid to municipalities, undisclosed amounts paid for injuries and one death, and direct spending on replacing damaged pipelines and appliances. NiSource agreed to sell its Massachusetts gas business to competitor Eversource, at a loss compared to what it paid to acquire Columbia Gas. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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The mobile app closely mirrors the functionality available on the Columbia Gas website, including bill payment, management of enrollments in paperless billing, autopay and budget plans, usage records and billing history. The mobile apps also include the new start, stop and move self-service feature.The app is very easy to use. Only one problem for me right now. When I click on the billing tab, the app closes and sends me back to the Home Screen. I don’t know if others are having the same troubles. If so I hope to see an update to have it fixed soon.

Acquired by TC Energy in 2016, the Columbia Gas Transmission system extends from New York state to the Midwest and Southeast, serving as a link between major natural gas basins and major markets. Thanks to the network’s 11,500 miles (18,500 km) of pipeline and dozens of storage fields in multiple states, Columbia Gas Transmission ensures the heat stays on and businesses stay powered, even when demand spikes. (Source: www.tcenergy.com)

 

 

 

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