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Retail Supplier Dropping Customers To Default Service

May 1, 2020

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Copyright 2010-20 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
Reporting by Paul Ring • ring@energychoicematters.com

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National Fuel Resources, Inc. informed the New York PSC that it will be returning its residential natural gas customers in New York State to default service

National Fuel Resources, Inc.'s residential book in New York includes more than 5,000 customers

"National Fuel Resources, Inc. ('NFR') is grateful for the opportunity to have served residential customers as an Energy Services Company ('ESCO') in New York for over twenty years. NFR has made the decision to exit the residential natural gas market in New York State and therefore, will be transferring its New York residential customers to utility service," National Fuel Resources, Inc. said in a PSC filing

"As NFR will be transferring more than 5,000 residential customers, please accept this letter as NFR's 60 days' notice required pursuant to Section 5(H)(3) of the Uniform Business Practices (the 'UBP'). NFR's residential customers will begin cycling back to utility service on or about July 1, 2020," National Fuel Resources, Inc. said in a PSC filing

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