Apology after gas bills 'error' in Guernsey, Jersey and Isle of Man

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A gas company has apologised after customers were sent test gas bills in error during the setting up of a billing system.

The International Energy Group (IEG) said customers in Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man had been affected.

The company said very few customers were involved and it was contacting all of them to explain the situation.

IEG, which is part of Brookfield Infrastructure, owns Guernsey Gas, Jersey Gas and Manx Gas.

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