Your natural gas bill will be down next month.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission has ordered ONG to return $22-million to its customers because of a windfall from the 2017 tax cut.
Bills should be down about $15 next month and then less through the rest of the year.
The order followed Attorney General Mike Hunter’s motions that asked for the state’s leading investor-owned utility companies to return tax savings to customers. The attorney general filed the motions the same day the tax cuts were passed.
Attorney General Hunter said the rate reduction and credit comes at a particularly helpful time, with the coldest months of the winter still ahead.