Natural gas is American, abundant and affordable! It's efficient, and the best energy choice for your family and the environment.
Higher gasoline prices and goals of decreasing U.S. oil dependence have spurred interest in natural gas vehicles (NGVs) for personal use and compressed natural gas as an alternative to conventional fuels.
Chattanooga Gas is joining other U.S. and Canadian companies to protect natural gas customers against utility scams.
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Natural gas equipment can help your business move more money to the bottom line – and it can shrink your business' carbon footprint.
CALL Chattanooga Gas at 866.643.4170 or 911 once you are out of the area of the suspected leak and in a safe place.
Before you use mechanized equipment to dig on your property, the law requires you to call before you dig at least 48 hours in advance.
An odorant called mercaptan is added to natural gas for easy detection. If you smell this odor, call Atlanta Gas Light or 911 once you are out of the area
In addition to maintaining the safe condition of our pipelines through regular inspection.
Every day, more Chattanooga residents are picking up the phone to call 811 before they dig.
With roots that extend back to the late 1800s, Chattanooga Gas today provides retail natural gas sales and transportation services to approximately 60,000 customers.
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The result of this service leads to the creation of jobs and the economic growth of Tennessee communities.
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Chattanooga Gas is ensuring that new homeowners in a historic but sometimes overlooked neighborhood will experience the comforts of home that natural gas provides by donating funds for appliances to the Blythe Oldfield revitalization effort in Cleveland, Tenn.