FirstEnergy marketing gas in Ohio

The gas distribution utility has been telling customers for months to expect higher bills because of the natural gas price increases but until today the company did not know how much higher, says Steve Jablonski, spokesman for Columbia Gas. The company estimates that the average residential customer using 10 Mcf of gas will pay about $101 a month opposed to $74 last year. Columbia is allowed to pass the cost of gas through to customers.

By DAN WALLACH

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