• Time for Budget Billing
    It's That Time of Year
    It's time to enroll in Budget Billing! SEAGD's Budget Billing service gives you the freedom to pay one set amount for your monthly gas bill throughout the year. Want to learn more? Call us at 800-660-8683.

  • Good to Know!
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    E-Care Computer

    Access Your Account On-Line with e-CARE

    Looking for ways to manage your natural gas account from home? Look no further that our e-CARE service! It's free, and enrolling is simple.

    Budget Billing

    Enroll Now in Budget Billing

    Looking for ways to stretcch your dollars this year? SEAGD's free Budget Billing service allows you to do just that. With Budget Billing, you'll know your monthly gas bill amount now through next June. One easy amount each month for 12 months. It doesn't get much simpler than that!

    Relay For Life

    Letting Our Lights Shine

    SEAGD employees raised more than $8,000 for the Covington and Coffee County Relay For Life events recently held. These funds will be used for cancer research and patient services. Thanks to our employees and their families for letting their lights shine for others!

  • Natural Living 2014 

    Natural gas vehicles, high tech kitchens and the latest trends in outdoor living spaces are all featured in this season's issue of Natural Living magazine! And, if you're looking for some new recipes, we've got those, too. Start reading now

  • Latest News

    • Weigh In
      Tournament Nets $5,000 for Cancer Research and Services
      After more than 10 years, SEAGD's fishing fundraiser is still going strong.
      April 04, 2014
      The rain didn’t stop 38 teams from entering Southeast Alabama Gas District’s annual Fishing For a Cure bass tournament this year. The event, which is SEAGD’s primary Covington County Relay For Life fundraiser, netted more than $5,000 for cancer research and services through the American Cancer Society.
  • Smell Something Rotten?

    Smell and Tell

    Leave first. Call second.

    Natural gas is odorless until,for easy detection,SEAGD injects an odorant called mercaptan into the gas. Mercaptan gives off a foul smell, reminiscent of rotten eggs or sulfur. Any odor of natural gas inside your home or business may indicate a leak. If you SMELL rotten eggs, leave the area and then let us know by calling 800-660-8683. Check out more helpful tips on safety on our safety page!
     
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