- Comgás is a Brazilian gas distributor focused on São Paulo state
- It is Brazil's biggest gas distributor, with around 770,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers, as of 2004, who receive gas through about 5,400 kilometres (3,400 mi) of pipelines
- Comgás was founded in 1872
- The company had been wholly owned by the São Paulo state-owned power generation utility, Companhia Energética de São Paulo until April 1999, when CESP's stake was sold to the British BG Group and to Royal Dutch Shell
- Comgas sells gas under a 30 year franchise, with a potential for a further 20 years
- Brazilian conglomerate Cosan owns 60
- 1% of Comgas's stock, and Shell 18
- The remainder is publicly traded on BM&F Bovespa
- Cosan acquired its stake from BG Group in November 2012 for $1
- 7 billion
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