Supply, Acquisition
and Management

FGU's natural gas acquisition strategy, based on analysis of factors such as member-specific pricing objectives, long-term market opportunities, supply and receipt point availability, and pricing forecasts, has historically resulted in competitively priced gas for its...Read More

Capacity Management

Efficient utilization of transportation entitlements, a major asset of FGU's members, is essential to achieving the lowest overall delivered price of natural gas. FGU considers historical gas usage, current and forecast weather conditions, accumulated monthly...Read More


Scheduling across multiple receipt and delivery points allows FGU to minimize pipeline imbalances which are created when a shipper over or under schedules gas. Imbalances create operational difficulties for pipelines and thus have costs and penalties associated with them....Read More


FGU's credit policy objective is to minimize "credit risk" while continuing to maximize FGU's "credit worthiness". Credit risk refers to the financial exposure that FGU has in the event of nonperformance by counterparties pursuant to the terms of their contractual obligations. FGU has...Read More

Regulatory Intervention and Representation

FGU monitors and intervenes, on behalf of its members, in certain Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") proceedings dealing with filings that affect the pipeline's rates and services to FGU and its members. Joint regulatory representation has provided...Read More