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Falfurrias Utility Board Falfurrias, Texas. Natural Gas Rate Study and Long-Term Financial Plan Presented November 19, 2013 Capex Consulting Group Email: [email protected] Web site: www.capexconsulting.com. Seven Year Financial Performance.

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Falfurrias Utility Board Falfurrias, Texas

Natural Gas Rate Study

and Long-Term Financial Plan

Presented

November 19, 2013

Capex Consulting Group

Email: [email protected]

Web site: www.capexconsulting.com

advantages of therm billing
Advantages of Therm Billing
  • The energy factor of the natural gas is derived from the corresponding monthly statement provided by the City’s wholesale natural gas supplier
  • By billing in therms, FUB’snatural gas customers will pay for the heating value of their natural gas, not the volume of gas used
  • Losses should be reduced as a result of the conversion
recommended next steps
Recommended Next Steps
  • Evaluate no-charge gas accounts
  • Consider billing in hundreds of units instead of thousands
  • Consider billing in MMBTus instead of Cubic Feet
  • Incorporate Staff, Board, and Council comments into study
  • Advise ratepayers of proposed increases
  • Draft rate ordinance
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