In television ads, Columbia Gas is telling customers about an upgrade in its natural gas pipelines across Pennsylvania.
The 2014 Warmathon has raised enough money to keep the heat on for 835 local, low income families. So far, 5,300 families have been helped by The Dollar Energy Fund since 2009.
It’s not your standard open house, but it’s an open house nonetheless. A couple touched by tragedy and a generous stranger are now joined by kindness and need.
Utility crews throughout the region have their work cut out for them as the extreme cold continues to pose challenges.
If you’re one of the 263,000 customers of Columbia Gas in this region, some bad news: the Public Utility Commission has approved a 16 percent increase in your natural gas bill.
President of Columbia Gas Mark Kempic spoke with Rob Pratte about current and future operations.
Pittsburgh firefighters responded to a 911 call about a gas leak Monday morning at the Chartiers Early Childhood Center.
Police are on the scene of an accident where a pickup truck crashed into the side of a house in Mt. Oliver.
Gas workers who came to the aid of a Coraopolis boy last month in a fire and explosion were given special recognition tonight by Mayor Anthony Celeste, and the Coraopolis Borough Council.
A 12-year-old boy is now recovering after he was burned while building a bonfire with friends. And Tuesday, the gas worker who rushed to his rescue spoke out for the first time.
One boy remains hospitalized after being critically injured in an explosion and fire in the backyard of his home in Coraopolis on Monday afternoon.
With Marcellus Shale drilling rigs dotting our region, the price of natural gas has dropped to a ten-year low.
Nothing is more terrifying than an unexpected gas line explosion – like those that occurred last year in San Bruno, Calif., and Allentown, Pa.
Complicated would be an understatement to describe the move made by Columbia Gas today to change to “Therm Billing.”
If you run a ski resort, sell snow blowers or own a natural gas well, today’s temperatures are a bummer. But if you’re one of the 51 percent who relies on natural gas for heating, you say ole!