Pipelines are the safest way to transport energy, according to statistics compiled by the U.S. Department of Transportation. Citizens Gas, whose personnel will operate Heartland Gas Pipeline, has an outstanding record for safely operating various energy facilities, including natural gas storage and oil production facilities in Greene County, Indiana.
What to do if you believe there is a gas leak?
Follow these steps if you smell gas at your home or business:
- Do not turn on any lights or use the telephone.
- Ensure everyone leaves the home/building immediately. Use a telephone away from the building to call Heartland Gas Pipeline at (812) 875-2066.
Please note: There is no charge for calling the gas company to check for a gas leak. Heartland Gas Pipeline is available to immediately respond 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.
Call Before You Dig
If you're planning to dig a hole, tear down a building or engage in any other earth moving activity, please call Toll Free 1-800-382-5544, at least two full days before you dig. We'll show you or your contractor where the gas lines are located and help you avoid any problems. Cutting a buried utility line can be dangerous, costly, and inconvenient. So, don't dig blind, give us a call.
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