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  1. November 19, 2014

    New York Hearing Held to Bring Natural Gas to International Paper

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    IP Public Meeting _ 11 18 14

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    Tuesday night the New York Public Service Commission held a public hearing considering the New York components of Phase Two of the proposed Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project (ARNGP) to bring natural gas service to the Vermont towns of Cornwall and Shoreham and the International Paper (IP) mill in Ticonderoga, New York.


  2. November 18, 2014

    Vermont Gas Welcomes Beth Parent as Corporate Communications Manager

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    Vermont Gas Welcomes Beth Parent

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    Vermont Gas is pleased to announce Beth Parent has joined the team as Corporate Communications Manager.


  3. November 11, 2014

    Vermont Gas Marks Significant Progress in Landowner Negotiations

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    VGS Landowner progress

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    Vermont Gas today said it has reached agreements with 75 percent of the 220 landowners along the Phase 1 Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project corridor permitted by state regulators.


  4. November 7, 2014

    Vermont Gas Named 2014 FCIDC Business of the Year

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    Vermont Gas Named 2014 FCIDC Business of the Year

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    Vermont Gas Systems has been named the 2014 Business of the Year by the Franklin County Industrial Development Corporation (FCIDC).


  5. October 28, 2014

    VGS Names Donald Rendall President & CEO; Donald Gilbert Announces Retirement

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    VGS Names Donald Rendall President & CEO; Donald Gilbert Announces Retirement

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    SOUTH BURLINGTON—The Vermont Gas Board of Directors announced today that Donald Gilbert will be retiring at the end of the year and Donald J. Rendall will become the new President and CEO of Vermont Gas, effective January 1, 2015.


  6. October 27, 2014

    Media Statement Regarding Protest in Montpelier

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    Montpelier protest statement_Oct 27, 2014

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    Natural gas is safer, cleaner and about half the cost of the fuel oil and propane that most Vermonters use today.


  7. October 23, 2014

    VGS Efficiency Programs Lead the Nation in Percent Savings

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    VGS Efficiency Programs Lead the Nation in Percent Savings

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    South Burlington, Vt. – The 2014 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard released recently by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy ranks Vermont third nationally for overall energy efficiency, noting that efficiency programs administered by Vermont Gas earn top marks and generate the most natural gas savings in the nation for customers as a percent of total residential and commercial sales.


  8. October 20, 2014

    Phase 1 + Phase 2 = Rutland

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    Phase 1 + Phase 2 = Rutland_Oct 20, 2014

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    “What is the fastest way to get natural gas service to Rutland?” This is a question Vermont Gas has heard many times during the public discussions regarding expanding natural gas infrastructure in the state.


  9. October 14, 2014

    In case you missed it: Vermont Gas in the News

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    In case you missed it – Vermont Gas in the News

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    In case you missed it – Vermont Gas in the News


  10. October 9, 2014

    Vermont Gas has Record Growth

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    Vermont Gas has Record Growth

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    A record number of Vermont residents and business owners chose to heat their homes and businesses in 2014 with more affordable, cleaner natural gas, and nearly 99% of the company’s customers say it’s easy to work with.


  11. September 30, 2014

    Federal Regulators Rule on Phase 2 of Addison Rutland Natural Gas

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    Federal Regulators Rule on Phase 2 of Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project

    Excerpt:

    Serving Mill Saves Vermonters $48 Million, Expedites Service to Rutland by 15 Years and Lowers Regional Emissions by Over 1 Million Tons


  12. September 22, 2014

    In case you missed it: CLF MISSES ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS OF NATURAL GAS By Tom Kiley

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    In case you missed it – CLF MISSES ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS OF NATURAL GAS

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    A recent opinion piece by Sandra Levine of the Conservation Law Foundation presents a cloudy picture of New England’s energy future and the role of North American natural gas.


  13. September 12, 2014

    In Case You Missed It…VT Digger / Rutland Herald: VERMONT GAS PLANS ‘VIRTUAL PIPELINE’ BY YEAR’S END

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    VGS_Gas Island 9_11_14

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    While work continues on Vermont Gas’ 41-mile pipeline extension through Addison County, the company plans to use a ‘virtual pipeline’ to provide immediate service to three commercial customers in Middlebury.


  14. September 10, 2014

    Vermont Gas and NG Advantage Create First “Gas Island” in Advance of Pipeline Expansion to Provide CNG to Customers

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    Vermont Gas and NG Advantage Create First “Gas Island” in Advance of Pipeline Expansion to Provide CNG to Customers

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    Farmers, a hard-cider producer and Middlebury College will begin to receive natural gas service sooner than they had expected.


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