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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

 

RANKED BY ANNUAL MEGAWATT-HOUR OR THERM SALES IN OREGON
RANK NAME ADDRESS / PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVE ORE. ANNUAL THERM OR MWH SALES / ORE. EMPLOYEES CUSTOMERS RESID. / COMM. & INDUST.
NATURAL GAS, INVESTOR-OWNED
1 NW Natural* 220 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Portland 97209 503.226.4211
Gregg S. Kantor 713.3m 541,795
57,562
2 Avista Utilities 580 Business Park Dr.
Medford 97504 800.659.4427
Steve Vincent 112.1m
64
84,114
11,203
ELECTRIC, INVESTOR-OWNED
1 Portland General Electric 121 S.W. Salmon St.
Portland 97204 503.228.6322
Jim Piro 18.8m
2,671
717,719
102,547
2 Pacific Power/PacifiCorp 825 N.E. Multnomah St.
Portland 97232 888.221.7070
Pat Reiten 12.7m
2,125
469,923
79,433
ELECTRIC, CONSUMER-OWNED (MUNICIPAL, COOPERATIVE AND PEOPLE'S UTILITY DISTRICTS)
1 Eugene Water & Electric Board 500 E. 4th Ave.
Eugene 97401 541.685.7000
Roger Gray 4.4m
532
78,579
11,421
2 Central Lincoln People's Utility District 2129 N. Coast Hwy.
Newport 97365 541.265.3211
Paul Davies 1.2m
131
32,811
5,713

*Sales and customer data are for 2009 and were obtained from 2009 Oregon Utility Statistics, Oregon Public Utility Commission.

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