KS gas utility won’t release invoices detailing winter prices, but some data is already available


ONE Gas’s Kansas utility, Kansas Gas Service is taking some heat over not wanting to reveal some of the background information regarding its prices during the historic winter storm in February.

The utility has resisted releasing records about the amount it was charged by suppliers and gas prices soared up to $600 MMBtu. The matter is before the Kansas Corporation Commission which is studying the effort by Kansas Gas Service to pass along $1 billion in costs to its customers.

Kansas Gas Service is the largest natural gas utility in the state and is a subsidiary of ONE Gas based in Tulsa.

The Kansas Reflector recently reported on what it learned about the utility’s winter storm costs.

Click here for Kansas Reflector.