• Welcome to the Iowa Utilities Board
  • Beware of Utility Scams

                                       News and Information                           See All >> 

Construction workers work on a section of pipeline

IUB Approves New Public Informational Meetings for Proposed Wolf Carbon Solutions Pipeline

On October 19, 2022, the Iowa Utilities Board (IUB) issued an order approving the dates, times and locations for four new public informational meetings requested by Wolf Carbon Solutions US, LLC (Wolf) in Docket No. HLP-2022-0002. The meetings, scheduled for December 5 and 6, 2022, in Cedar, Linn, Clinton and Scott counties, are to discuss Wolf’s proposal to build and operate a carbon capture pipeline system that will transport liquefied carbon dioxide from local facilities in eastern Iowa to an underground storage facility in Illinois. 

thermostat

Qualified Iowans Seeking Winter Heating Assistance Can Apply for LIHEAP

During winter heating season the IUB reminds vulnerable Iowans that limited financial heating assistance is available to income-eligible utility customers through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). The annual application period runs from November 1, 2022, through April 30, 2023. For assistance, customers should contact their local community action agency and notify their utility company. Customers with concerns about their utility company or service may file a complaint by contacting the IUB Customer Service staff at customer@iub.iowa.gov or 877.565.4450.

Pipeline workers work on a section of pipe above ground

IUB Sets Oral Argument to Discuss Safety Jurisdiction on Proposed Summit Carbon Solutions Pipeline

On October 7, 2022, the IUB issued an order scheduling a December 13, 2022, oral argument proceeding for the proposed Summit Carbon Solutions carbon capture pipeline in Docket No. HLP-2021-0001. The proceeding will be held to allow interested parties to provide input on the relationship between the findings the IUB must make in the docket in regard to the location of the proposed pipeline (project siting), local land use, and injury to property as compared to safety issues subject to federal jurisdiction. The proceeding will begin 15 minutes following the IUB's monthly public meeting.

Printed from the website on December 09, 2022 at 4:12am.