CPS Energy says natural gas suppliers it sued over winter storm pricing now playing ‘hardball’
Companies being sued by CPS Energy over their charges for supplying natural gas during February’s winter storm are playing “hardball” and “don’t want to supply us,” the utility’s CEO said.
Paula Gold-Williams called Dallas-based pipeline company Energy Transfer the utility’s “biggest adversary” in its fight to pare down storm-related charges. City-owned CPS has alleged the company raised prices for gas supplied during the storm by 15,000 percent.
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