An increase in digging projects due to warmer weather has led to more underground natural gas line damage. According to Kris Tande, supervisor of CenterPoint Energy’s damage prevention department, the number of the gas line damages has increased by 50 percent since 2011.
Hundreds of thousands of CenterPoint Energy gas customers could be in store for refund.
Today we talked about Centerpoint Energy’s budget plan.
CenterPoint Energy is reminding homeowners to prevent exposure to carbon monoxide after a rash of CO-poisoning cases in the Twin Cities.
It finally feels like winter. But as you crank up your furnace tonight, remember January’s home heating prices are at a 10-year low, according to CenterPoint Energy.
CenterPoint Energy spokeswoman Rebecca Virden says January’s home heating prices will be the lowest they’ve seen in ten years.
On a night like Tuesday night, just about every Minnesotan is turning on the furnace. But with the average homeowner spending $700 on heating costs in the winter, what can we do to cut our heating bill?
Students had to be evacuated from Mankato East High School after a crew planting trees struck an 8-inch gas line behind the school.
About 3,600 CenterPoint Energy customers in west-central Minnesota are without natural gas after a piece of farm equipment hit a gas pipeline near Cyrus.
It’s been in the works for little more than one heating season but a controversial natural gas pricing program is already being suspended.
Attorney General Lori Swanson says Centerpoint Energy is to blame for a “spike” in some people’s gas prices.
Centerpoint Energy is advising people returning to their homes in North Minneapolis to not attempt to turn on their gas if it isn’t working.
A number of homes in Fridley, Minn. were evacuated Thursday afternoon after a gas main was struck.
Centerpoint Energy crews and investigators with the Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety (MnOPS) spent Friday surveying the pipe that ruptured into flames Friday in an attempt to remove the failed pipe segment and sent it to a laboratory for testing.
State investigators have started working to find out why an underground natural gas pipeline ruptured in Minneapolis, causing a huge explosion and a tower of fire.