Natural gas utility Atmos Energy’s profits grew 18 percent in the third fiscal quarter to $45.7 million, largely off rate increases to its Texas customers, according to a regulatory filing Wednesday.
The Dallas-based utility, which operates across eight states, is currently in a legal fight with more than 130 Texas cities over another planned $45 million rate increase.
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