State utility regulators are being asked to approve a $105 million agreement that would cover costs that hit Kansas Gas Service and other natural gas suppliers during last winter's deep freeze that blanketed the state.
Kansas Gas Service as well as a group of other suppliers that sell natural gas to heavy users such as school districts, hospitals and factories are asking the Kansas Corporation Commission to approve the agreement that would cover their costs.
They've been joined in their request by the staff of . . .