South Jersey Gas Press Releases

2018 Press Releases are found on SouthJerseyGas.com. Please click here.

SJG OFFERS $10 MILLION BILL CREDIT TO CUSTOMERS

South Jersey Gas has notified the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities that it will provide a bill credit of approximately $10 million to its customers. This means an average residential customer who buys their natural gas from SJG will receive a credit of approximately $32 on their January bill. SJG is able to offer the BGSS bill credit as a result of consistent lower wholesale natural gas prices and the overall management of the company’s gas supply portfolio.

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South Jersey Gas Receives NJBPU Approval for Rate Reduction

South Jersey Gas received approval today from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to reduce its rates, which will save residential customers on average 0.5 percent on their natural gas bills.

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SJG Files for Accelerated Infrastructure Replacement Program with NJBPU

South Jersey Gas, subsidiary of South Jersey Industries (NYSE:SJI), filed a petition today with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to expand a program it began in 2009 as a way to help stimulate the economy while also boosting the efficiency, reliability and safety of its natural gas system.

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SOUTH JERSEY GAS FILES TO REDUCE RATES BY 1.1%

South Jersey Gas proposed a rate reduction today that would save residential customers an average of 1.1 percent on their natural gas bills.

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SJG Seeks Continuation of Energy Efficiency Programs

South Jersey Gas, subsidiary of South Jersey Industries (NYSE:SJI), filed a petition today with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to continue an initiative established in 2009 to encourage energy efficiency, and in turn, strengthen the local economy.

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SJG Receives NJBPU Approval to Increase and Extend Infrastructure Investment Program

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved a proposal by South Jersey Gas, a subsidiary of South Jersey Industries (NYSE:SJI), to add an incremental $35 million to its Capital Investment Recovery Tracker program and extend the program through December 2012. The program, which originally began in 2009, helps to accelerate planned capital expenditures that enhance the delivery of safe and reliable service and creates jobs.

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