Gas companies don,t like you, the Gas Association of New Jersey said Monday.
Gas, it said, is “not only a finite resource that will be consumed for a long time, but one that will require long-term maintenance and upgrades to ensure it is in service”.
The group, which represents gas companies in the state, is trying to get gas prices lower.
The agency has been calling for lower gas prices for years, but the gas industry is pushing back.
It’s arguing that gas is a commodity that has been priced artificially and has been manipulated by the gas lobby.
Gas prices have been falling over the past few years, and they’re not expected to go back up until 2022.
The Gas Association is hoping the New Jersey Public Utilities Commission (PUC) will get behind the proposed regulation that would require utilities to lower gas rates for all customers and make a profit from it.
It also wants the agency to set up a commission that would oversee the industry, which it says has a monopoly on pricing gas.
The industry argues that the commission would not have the power to determine gas prices, as it is under the jurisdiction of the state government.
It’s not just gas that gas regulators want lower prices for, but all gas.
The gas industry wants to make sure the cost of electricity is kept low so that it can continue to pay dividends and keep generating profits for the industry.
Gas is considered one of the cheapest sources of electricity in the country.
It produces around 70% of the electricity used in the U.S. and about 40% of its gas.
The gas industry has also argued that the industry has a “strategic and market-making advantage” over other utilities and is thus entitled to set rates.
It wants lower gas and other gas-related costs.
The gas bill passed by the state legislature in 2016 has a provision that would allow gas companies to charge customers less for gas if they choose to.
However, gas prices in New Jersey have been very low for years.
Since then, the state has been in a prolonged power outage.
The governor has also been struggling to keep the lights on.