The Holding Company was incorporated in New York in July 2013 to serve as a holding company for the Gas Company and its dormant subsidiary, Corning Natural Gas Appliance Corporation (the "Appliance Company"). The Holding Company has 50% ownership interests in our joint ventures Leatherstocking Gas Company, LLC ("Leatherstocking Gas"), which includes its subsidiary, Leatherstocking Gas Development Corporation, and Leatherstocking Pipeline Company, LLC ("Leatherstocking Pipeline"). On August 31, 2016, the Company completed the stock purchase acquisition of Pike County Light & Power Company ("Pike").
The Company's principal executive offices are located at 330 W. William Street, Corning New York, 14830, the telephone number is (607) 936-3755, and our website is www.corninggas.com.
The Company's primary business, through its subsidiaries Corning Gas and Pike, is natural gas and electric distribution. Corning Gas serves approximately 15,000 residential, commercial, industrial and municipal customers in the Corning, Hammondsport and Virgil, New York, areas and two other gas utilities which serve the Elmira and Bath, New York, areas. It is franchised to supply gas service in all of the political subdivisions in which it operates. The Gas Company is under the jurisdiction of the New York Public Service Commission ("NYPSC") which oversees and sets rates for New York gas distribution companies. In addition, the Gas Company has contracts with Corning Incorporated and Woodhull Municipal Gas Company, a small local utility, to provide maintenance service on their gas lines. Pike is an electric and gas utility regulated by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission ("PAPUC"). Pike provides electric service to approximately 4,800 customers in the Townships of Westfall, Milford and the northern part of Dingman and in the Boroughs of Milford and Matamoras. Pike provides natural gas service to 1,200 customers in Westfall Township and the Borough of Matamoras. All of these communities are located in Pike County, Pennsylvania. Additionally, Leatherstocking Gas distributes gas in Susquehanna and Bradford Counties, Pennsylvania, and has an application pending before the NYPSC for authority to provide gas distribution services in Broome County, New York. Leatherstocking Pipeline, an unregulated company, has served one customer in Lawton, Pennsylvania.