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About Lakeshore Energy


Lakeshore Energy is the leader in low-cost natural gas supply throughout the Midwest. As a licensed “Alternative Natural Gas Supplier”, Lakeshore Energy can provide customers of all types and sizes with a competitive and reliable gas alternative.

Our mission is to set high standards of excellence in providing energy management services, capitalizing on market opportunities, and developing effective supply procurement strategies to assist our clients in managing their energy costs and budgets.

Currently, Lakeshore Energy serves over 55,000 Small Business and Residential customers and over 450 Enterprise customers. Lakeshore’s staff has significant experience in managing every step in the supply-chain from the wellhead to the burner tip. In fact, Lakeshore Energy has built its business on the knowledge and experience of utility and pipeline employees.

Enhancing Lakeshore Energy’s financial strength is our affiliation with Seminole Energy Services, LLC (Tulsa, Ok.). Seminole Energy and its affiliates manage and operate U.S. businesses and assets related to natural gas gathering, producer services marketing, and end-user marketing. Seminole Energy operates more than 400 miles of gathering systems in the Mid-Continent Region, and purchases gas from more than 700 producers. More than 60,000 residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental customer locations and more than 5,000 agricultural /irrigation accounts in ten states are served by Seminole Energy and its affiliates.

Newsworthy Notes

In 2011, Lakeshore Energy founded the Michigan Gas Customer Choice Association (MGCCA) along with end-use customers receiving natural gas via a Gas Customer Choice Program in the State of Michigan. The MGCCA was formed to protect the interests of this previously unrepresented customer class in regulatory proceedings.

In its latest efforts, the MGCCA:

  • Intervened in rate cases and regulatory filings
  • Fought to block an increase of $14 million in utility-related charges from being billed to consumers
  • Proposed an $8 million reduction in utility-related charges billed to customers