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Knowing where to locate your gas meter helps when you’re monitoring your home’s energy usage.
Knowing how to read your meter can help you keep a close eye on your daily, monthly and yearly gas usage.
Knowing the basics of your gas meter can help you monitor your usage and be prepared in the event of an emergency.
Homes, businesses, farms, industries and vehicles all depend on natural gas fuel for many uses.
Millions of Americans use natural gas to heat their homes, warm their water, cook their food, dry their clothes and provide standby power in an emergency.
Natural gas is the versatile fuel source that provides convenience, comfort and reliability to millions.
Natural gas must be extracted by production companies, moved into a transmission system and distributed via gas utilities or Local Distribution Companies (LDC’s).
Natural gas was produced from the combination of heat and compaction pressure of organic material deep below the earth’s surface.
Knowing how to recognize the signs of a gas leak, what to do if you smell gas and who to call helps with quick, easy response times.