A coalition of natural gas users on Tuesday lost its renewed bid to get state utility regulators to subpoena a company that influences natural gas prices, which skyrocketed last winter during a prolonged period of freezing temperatures.
For the second time, the Kansas Corporation Commission turned down a request from the Natural Gas Transportation Customer Coalition to subpoena records from S&P Global Platts Gas Daily relating to its daily price index.
The coalition blames the way the company sets its price index for the exorbitant . . .