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  • 10/8/09 3:54 pm EDT
    WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Washington Gas announced today that its customers could expect a 10 to 20 percent decrease in winter heating bills compared with last winter’s bills. The reduction is attributed to gas commodity prices forecasted to be lower than in the winter 2008-2009 winter heating season, as well as a lower consumption forecast, based on normal weather instead of the colder-than-normal 2008-2009 winter. Despite the forecast for lowermore
  • 8/27/09 4:36 pm EDT
    WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Washington Area Fuel Fund (WAFF), Washington Gas’s signature philanthropic program, assisted more than 8,200 area residents in 2009, disbursing over $888,000 to help pay for winter heating bills. Administered by The Salvation Army, WAFF pays for all types of fuel used as the primary heating source. Because Washington Gas pays the fund’s administrative fees, 100% of the money donated to WAFF goes to helpingmore
  • 4/28/09 10:07 am EDT
    WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--First graph, first sentence of release dated April 27, 2009, should read: ...on Monday, May 4, 2009 at 2:20 p.m. Pacific time. (sted ...on Monday, May 4, 2009 at 2:20 p.m. Eastern time.) The corrected release reads: WGL HOLDINGS, INC., CHAIRMAN TO ADDRESS AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION FINANCIAL FORUM WGL Holdings, Inc., (NYSE:WGL) today announced that Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Jamesmore
  • 4/27/09 12:22 pm EDT
    WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Having just been certified as one of the area’s “greenest” companies by the Sustainable Business Network of Washington (SBNOW), Washington Gas continued its commitment to the environment and embraced the spirit of Earth Day by hosting two special events for its employees. Held on April 21 at the company’s corporate headquarters in Washington, D.C., and on April 23 at its Springfield, Va., Operations Centermore
  • 3/25/09 3:21 pm EDT
    WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Washington Gas has earned the highest ranking among utilities in the East region according to the 2009 J.D. Power and Associates Gas Utility Business Customer Satisfaction Study released last week. Receiving an overall customer satisfaction index score of 647, Washington Gas was 34 points above the next-highest utility and 43 points above the regional average. Ratings are based on a 1,000-point scale. There are nine gasmore