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Profits down at utility

British Gas loses 400,000 customers

Scottish GasBritish Gas lost nearly 400,000 customers last year as customers switched energy suppliers.

Centrica, which owns the company – trading in Scotland as Scottish Gas – said its UK home operating profit fell 7% or to £516m in the six months to 30 June.

Group revenue fell 13% to £13.3bn and operating profit  by 12% to £853m.

It reported a 3% loss of residential customers, although the company said numbers returned to growth last month after it introduced a 5% cut to domestic gas bills in March.

Chief executive Iain Conn said: “The first half of the year has been demanding for Centrica, but the response has been strong and I am encouraged by the progress we have made.

“I remain confident in our ability to deliver both attractive returns and underlying cash flow growth, as we continue to implement our strategy.”

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