Regulatory Information

Rules and Regulations

As a regulated utility, New Mexico Gas Company (NMGC) operates under rules and regulations set by the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC).

NMGC has adopted standard rates and rules to govern our relations with customers. These have been approved by the NMPRC.


Cases Before the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission

NMPRC Case No. 22-00309-UT: LNG Storage Facility

On December 16, 2022, New Mexico Gas Company filed its application with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission requesting to issue a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity authorizing the construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas storage facility to be located in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. A public hearing on this matter is scheduled to begin on December 4, 2023. The NMPRC will hold a public comment hearing on this matter, in person and via Zoom, on November 20, 2023, starting at 3 pm. The in-person location is at the Sandoval County Commission Chambers located at 1500 Idalia Rd. Bldg. D, Bernalillo, NM 87004. 

Notice Regarding Nov. 20, 2023 Public Comment Hearing (pdf download)

Notice to Customers (pdf download)

For access to the entire New Mexico Gas Company LNG Storage Facility case, click here or visit:

NMPRC Case No. 23-00255-UT: 2023 Rate Case

On September 14, 2023, New Mexico Gas Company submitted a request to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission for a rate increase effective October 2024 to allow for recovery of planned investments by the Company, and for the recovery of increasing operating costs.

The requested increase is required to recover the cost of upgrades and improvements to NMGC’s gas delivery infrastructure, replacement of the Company’s customer billing and account information system, and increasing operating expenses. The requested increase also includes ongoing investments for the Company’s pipeline integrity program to ensure compliance with expanding federal and state regulations.  

Notice to Customers

For detailed information regarding NMGC’s request, the following documents are available:

All rate case documents including the complete witness testimonies with exhibits, NMPRC Case No. 23-00255-UT, are posted on the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission’s website.  You can request access to the docket at:



2024 Integrated Resource Plan

Every four years, NMGC hosts a series of five Integrated Resource Plan public advisory meetings throughout New Mexico. The first of these meetings for the current cycle is scheduled for 10 a.m. on June 23 at 1021 Eubank Blvd., NE, (New Mexico 811), in Albuquerque. We hold these meetings to solicit public input, to gather feedback and to give our customers and stakeholders the opportunity to ask questions about our company plans. Please RSVP in advance by completing this form

As required by the NMPRC, the Integrated Resource Plan is a four-year resource and system planning report developed with consideration from the public advisory meetings. These meetings and the subsequent plan provide information on load forecasts, evaluation of existing natural gas supply and customer demand, identification of resource options, examination of price volatility and general attributes of potential resources, as well as modeling and risk assumptions leading to the development of a cost-effective portfolio of gas utility resources. 

Energy Efficiency Programs

NMGC offers a host of cost-effective energy efficiency programs approved by the NMPRC. The program year for these offerings begins on April 1 and ends on March 31 each year. Annually, we file with the PRC both a Measurement and Verification Report and an Energy Efficiency Program Annual Report.

Prior-Year Energy Efficiency Reporting

2021 Annual Energy Efficiency/Measurement and Verification Report