Industrial plants in Lebanon had to curtail their use of natural gas last week because of supply issues and the extreme weather. Summit Natural Gas said Thursday that it had lifted the curtailment order on industrial customers.
“Because of gas supply issues and extreme winter weather across the Midwest beyond the company’s control, Summit had to make the difficult decision on Sunday to require industrial customers to stop using natural gas except for heating needs,” the company said in a press release. “Thanks to the cooperation of those customers and residential customers, the company was able to preserve gas access for homes and essential services during the unprecedented event.”
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