Manitoba’s Public Utilities Board approves Centra Gas application to decrease rates

Residents in Manitoba can expect to see a drop on their gas bills.

The Public Utilities Board in Manitoba has approved Centra Gas Manitoba’s application to decrease the current Primary Gas rate.

As of today (Mon), the new rate is projected to decrease the bill for a typical residential customer by roughly 1.9% or 16-dollars a year.

Primary Gas rates for customers that have signed fixed-term, fixed-price contracts are not affected.

Primary gas is sold on a cost recovery basis, meaning that Centra charges customers only what Centra pays for Primary Gas.

The Primary Gas rates will be reviewed again on November 1st.

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