The Spire STL Pipeline was granted a certificate to continue operating for 90 days, giving the project time to focus its engagement efforts.
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A federal court declined Spire Missouri’s request for a rehearing over its STL Pipeline Tuesday, but the company is pursuing regulatory options.
The PSC approved a slight rate increase for Evergy Missouri West customers to recover a year’s worth of under-collections.
"Public transit is a critical component of Missouri’s integrated transportation system — whether residents choose to ride it or not."
Spire Missouri is pleading for a rehearing in federal court, seeking to continue operating the Spire STL Pipeline through the winter months.
The PSC is calling on its federal counterpart to allow the Spire STL Pipeline to continue providing service in the St. Louis area.
The PSC ordered Ameren Missouri to revise its planned electrical surcharge protection program before offering it to customers.
The Spire STL Pipeline is pleading with FERC to allow it to continue providing natural gas service to the St. Louis area.
The PSC is reconsidering a previous Spire Missouri rate case after it was remanded by the Missouri Supreme Court.
A court decision vacating approval for an active gas pipeline could have drastic consequences for St. Louis, according to Spire Missouri.