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What to Ask a Gas Company

As a friendlier fuel for the environment than the petroleum used in cars, natural gas is popular in the United States. If you're switching from petroleum heat or electric appliances to natural gas, you'll need to ask questions from your local gas company to initiate your new service. Also, if you live in a state that has deregulated the utilities industry, you can shop around to different providers to find the lowest cost. When talking with a prospective gas company, it's important to keep a few questions in mind.

  • What do I do to begin using natural gas?
    Explain what you'll use natural gas for in your home or office. What you need to do to switch from oil-based or electric heat to gas may be very different than what it takes to hook up a fireplace, stove, or energy-saving drying machines or to replace propane in an outdoor grill.

  • Can you recommend anyone to install the pipeline?
    It is typically your responsibility to find someone to set up the line for your gas service. The gas company should have a list of reputable contractors who can drill into the ground or walls to install the line. You may want to ask the gas company for someone experienced in your type of project, such as installing a line to power a product like a fireplace.

  • What costs are involved?
    Make sure you understand the price that you'll be billed for your natural gas service. Also inquire about additional fees, such as a cost for reading the meter or to cancel your service.

  • Is there 24-hour customer service available?
    While you shouldn't call your gas company about a minor problem like a pilot light going out, you need to know that you can get a hold of them for a major emergency, such as a gas leak.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   GAS-COMPANIES IN/NEAR COLUMBIA
    Midstate Oil Co M23 Write review for this local business
    200 N Providence Rd, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 443-0620  
    Missouri Gas Energy Write review for this local business
    serving Columbia
    (800) 582-0000  
    Consolidated Energy LLC Write review for this local business
    serving Columbia
    (800) 833-1130  
    Mfa Oil Company Write review for this local business
    2411 N Stadium Blvd, Columbia, MO 65202
    (573) 445-7635  
    Ferrellgas Write review for this local business
    3901 Waco Rd, Columbia, MO 65202
    (573) 449-5431  
    Callaway Electric Cooperative Write review for this local business
    1313 Cooperative Dr, Fulton, MO 65251
    (573) 642-3326  
    Airgas Write review for this local business
    1605 Copper Rd, Holts Summit, MO 65043
    (573) 896-5117  
    Stadium B P Write review for this local business
    807 Stadium Blvd, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 634-2739  
    Martens Oil Co Write review for this local business
    119 Jaycee Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 635-8454  
    AmeriGas Propane Write review for this local business
    2727 W Main St, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 636-5155  
    Mfa Oil Co Write review for this local business
    296 Highway 5 And 40, New Franklin, MO 65274
    (660) 848-9997  
    Petro Card-24 Write review for this local business
    296 Highway 5 And 40, New Franklin, MO 65274
    (573) 848-9997  
    Jefferson City Oil Truck Garage Write review for this local business
    320 Midland Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65101
    (573) 635-5990  
    Ferrellgas Write review for this local business
    12375 Renz Farm Rd, Jefferson City, MO 65101
    (573) 635-4432  
    Kinder Morgan Inc Write review for this local business
    Mexico, MO 65265
    (573) 582-7185  
    Consolidated Energy LLC Write review for this local business
    1808 E Liberty St, Mexico, MO 65265
    (573) 581-4444  
    Ferrellgas Write review for this local business
    1792 Highway 50 W, Loose Creek, MO 65054
    (573) 897-3102  
    Lock's Mill LLC Write review for this local business
    Linn, MO 65051
    (573) 897-2192  
    Lock's Mill & Propane Write review for this local business
    3286 Highway 50 E, Linn, MO 65051
    (573) 897-2197  
    Ferrellgas Write review for this local business
    2051 N Morley St, Moberly, MO 65270
    (660) 263-5660  
    Mfa Oil Company Write review for this local business
    1352 E Highway 24, Moberly, MO 65270
    (660) 269-8005  
    Ferrellgas Write review for this local business
    105 W 5th St, Montgomery City, MO 63361
    (573) 564-3136  
    Ameren Missouri Write review for this local business
    501 Franklin St, Moberly, MO 65270
    (800) 552-7583  
    Mfa Oil Write review for this local business
    1352 E Highway 24, Moberly, MO 65270
    (660) 263-6328  

    Individuals who work for public utilities play a crucial role in maintaining and repairing the gas and electric services people use everyday. A utility company typically employs a wide range of workers to help keep a city’s energy infrastructure stable and efficient. This requires workers to perform many tasks, such as monitoring natural gas pipelines. Other important duties include fixing power lines, street lights and other electrical power sources. Workers also commonly monitor and maintain gas and electric meters. Typically, this repair work is funded through municipal taxes and household utility bills.

    In addition to public utility workers, appliance repair workers are also commonly involved in fixing petroleum-based products. They commonly fix and maintain stoves, fireplaces and other household items. Prices for these services typically vary based on the amount of time taken to fix these items. Along with cooking appliances and fireplaces, they may also repair boilers and heating systems. Other important jobs in the field include drilling for petroleum and natural gas. Much of the world’s energy sources come from gas drilling. Products such as heating oil, propane and many other items heavily rely on petroleum. In addition, fuel for cars and other machines typically derive their energy from these resources. Therefore, the drilling industry plays an indispensable role in delivering these precious materials to homes and offices around the world.

    Without strict monitoring, accidents and other incidents can occur at great cost to the natural environment and public health. Therefore, the energy industry is heavily regulated by government agencies. Workers employed by a public utility, drilling or other related company must adhere to strict safety guidelines. In addition, many jobs require specific licenses and certifications before hiring employees. Overall, workers in the energy industry provide an invaluable service to cities around the world.



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