Homes. Businesses. Industries. Together, they comprise millions of natural gas consumers in neighborhoods and communities like ours across the nation. Underground pipeline energy highways, over two million miles in all, safely transport and distribute natural gas to customers nationwide. This network of natural gas pipelines, according to federal government statistics, is the nation's safest energy transportation system.
Most natural gas pipelines are buried underground, not only for safety reasons, but also to protect them from the weather and ensure uninterrupted service. Whether you are a GUC natural gas customer or not, you probably live and work near underground gas pipelines that run under streets, sidewalks and yards.
As your natural gas operators, we are dedicated to making the natural gas pipeline delivery system even safer by sharing the important safety information contained on this website.
Natural Gas Safety is for Everyone
We are part of your community. As your neighbors, we know it is important for everyone to be informed and know how to respond in case of a natural gas emergency. Click on the links below for more information.
- A Safety First Commitment
- Safety Inside and Outside of Your Property
- Preventing a Natural Gas Pipeline Emergency
- Detecting a Natural Gas Leak
- Call Before You Dig. It's the Law.
- Information for Emergency Officials
Click on the links below to view our public pipeline safety publications.
- Public Pipleline Safety brochure
- Public Pipeline Safety brochure in Spanish
- Public Pipeline Safety bill stuffer
- Signs of a Leak ad
- Digging Safely ad
For more information on natural gas safety, please contact GUC at 551-1587.