Wyoming


Current Offers for Wyoming Customers

The 2017 selection period has ended!

Please see below for customer service hours of operation.


Current Rates for Commercial Customers in Wyoming

Vista’s current competitive natural gas rates for commercial customers in Wyoming.


Casper, WY – Casper

current rates as low as
$0.116
per therm
ProductPrice*Code
One Year Fixed$0.4576115
One Year Index CIG+$0.11676393
Two Year Fixed$0.4476251
Two Year Index CIG+$0.11576395

Check Your Custom Price

*All products are offered in therms.


Casper, WY – Riverton

current rates as low as
$0.116
per therm
ProductPrice*Code
One Year Fixed$0.4576115
One Year Index CIG+$0.11676393
Two Year Fixed$0.4476251
Two Year Index CIG+$0.11576395
Check Your Custom Price

*All products are offered in therms.


Casper, WY – South

current rates as low as
$0.178
per therm
ProductPrice*Code
One Year Fixed$0.50576046
One Year Index CIG+$0.17876394
Two Year Fixed$0.4976201
Two Year Index CIG+$0.17776396
Check Your Custom Price

*All products are offered in therms.


Gillette, WY

current rates as low as
$0.275
per therm
ProductPrice*Code
One Year Fixed$0.6276455
One Year Index CIG+$0.27576707
Two Year Fixed$0.59976581
Two Year Index CIG+$0.27476708
Check Your Custom Price

*All products are offered in therms.


Torrington, WY

current rates as low as
$0.399
per therm + pipeline charges
ProductPrice*Code
Fixed Rate Plus Pipeline Charges (1 Year)$0.7176750
Market Index Rate Plus Pipeline Charges (1 Year)$0.39977104
Fixed Rate Plus Pipeline Charges (2 Year)$0.6976905
Market Index Rate Plus Pipeline Charges (2 Year)$0.39877105
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*All products are offered in therms. Pricing does not include applicable pipeline charges.

Have Questions?

For any questions please contact Customer Care by phone at (888) 508-4782.

The Choice Gas Program is an annual program administered by Black Hills Corporation that gives customers the opportunity to choose a natural gas supplier and Pricing Option that best suits their needs.
In a word, “choice.” Because the Choice Gas Program allows customers to choose their natural gas Supplier and Pricing Option, they have an opportunity to manage gas supply price risk and volatility to meet their individual needs. The Choice Gas Program selection period in Wyoming begins April 8th, 2016, and ends, April 28th, 2016.
Customers can automatically roll over to their current Supplier and Pricing Option, or submit a selection through the Internet, by telephone, directly through their chosen Supplier, or by U.S. Mail (these choices are collectively referred to as “accepted submission methods”).
A selection is considered valid when a customer submits their choice through one of the accepted submission methods, on or before, April 28th, 2016. It is important to note that confirmation codes are time-sensitive, therefore customers should check with their Supplier on its expiration date. The first valid selection received will be considered the customer’s final choice. Customers should record their verification number if submitting their selection via the Internet or telephone. Mailed selection forms must be signed by the customer to be considered valid.
If a valid selection is not submitted on or before, April 28th, 2016, the customer’s account auto­matically rolls over to their current Supplier and Pricing Option, at a price to be deter­mined by the Choice Gas Supplier. If a customer rolls over any Choice Gas Pricing Option, the final rate will be made publicly available no later than 15 days after the Selection Period ends. The natural gas commodity price that Choice Gas rollover customers will be charged will not carry over from the previous year unless agreed to by the Supplier. We encourage customers to participate in the selection process to ensure they know the price of the gas commodity they will receive for the upcoming year.
Customers will be notified if their current Supplier exits the Choice Gas Program or if their Supplier discontinues a customer’s Pricing Option. Customers will default to the Pass-On Rate [Regulated Rate] unless a new Pricing Option is selected from the current Supplier, or a new Supplier and Pricing Option is selected during the selection period. The Pass-On Rate [Regulated Rate] will continue to be the default option for customers who did not select a Choice Gas Supplier for the preceding year.
If a customer moves from one service address to another, or a new customer moves to a service address within the Choice Gas Program territory, that customer will continue with the Supplier previously selected for that address. New construction customers will be provided with a selection packet via U.S. Mail, and if that customer does not make a selection, they will default to the Pass-On Rate [Regulated Rate].
No. Regardless of the customer’s selection, Black Hills Energy will continue to provide meter reading and billing services, respond to gas leaks, and ensure the safety and reliability of the gas supply to Choice Gas Program communities.
Cities served by the Choice gas program in Wyoming are divided in three Divisions, please see chart below to see the participating city and the division.
Casper Division Arapahoe Bairoil Bar Nunn Casper Edgerton Ethete Evansville Ft. Washakie Hanna Hudson Jeffrey City Lander Laramie Medicine Bow Midwest Mills Pavillion Rawlins Riverton Saratoga Shoshoni Sinclair
Gillette Division Gillette Moorcroft Newcastle Upton Wright Torrington Division Douglas Ft. Laramie Glendo Glenrock Guernsey Hartville Lingle Lusk Torrington Wheatland

Why Vista Energy?

If you are currently buying your gas from a traditional natural gas provider in one of our many service areas, you now have the option to purchase gas from Vista as a third-party provider at much lower rates. Thanks to deregulation, Vista Energy can now supply your natural gas through these traditional systems. We provide a competitive price made possible through our unique access to Wholesale markets. When you make the switch to Vista, you will also enjoy:




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