• Go Paperless

    Would you like to go paperless, and save time every month? Our new e-billing service allows you to ditch your paper bill and receive and e-bill monthly. Sign into your account today and select your e-billing preference.

    Go Paperless
  • Smell Gas? Act Fast!

    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… Read More

    Smell Gas? Act Fast!
  • Plan Ahead!

    How would you like to predict the amount of your gas bill every month? With SEAGD’s free Budget Billing service, you can do just that. Budget Billing allows you to reduce the amount you pay during the winter months when consumption is typically higher, and increase the amount you pay during the summer when consumption is… Read More

    Plan Ahead!

Natural Living Spring 2016

Around the country, people are switching to natural gas from other fuels. Many are converting their water heaters to natural gas. Instead of burning wood, using electric or oil, people are turning to natural gas for all their home-heating needs. Many homeowners are undertaking whole house conversions which enable them to run almost everything - clothes dryers, heating, fireplaces, barbecuing, yard lighting and even heating the swimming pool - with gas. Start reading now.


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August 11 (8/11) Reminder to Call Before You Dig

With August 11 almost here, Southeast Alabama Gas District (SEAGD) hopes this date on the calendar, 8/11, will serve as a natural reminder for residents to call 811 at least three days prior to any digging project to have underground utility lines marked. Every six minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone decided […]


SEAGD Recognizes Scholars

The Southeast Alabama Gas District honored its 2016 Community Service Scholarship recipients Friday at a luncheon banquet in Troy. Seventeen students were recognized for their outstanding commitment to the communities in which they live, and will each receive a $1,500 scholarship to the university, college or technical school of their choice. This year’s recipients are: […]

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Bringing the Inside Out

Winter may have been cold, wet and dreary in most parts of the country, but now spring is finally here. So, there is no better time to start implementing smart, money-saving designs that will transform a backyard, patio, deck or garden into a beautiful outdoor living space. And, as homeowners create these outdoor oases, they […]

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Employees Have Special Adventure

SEAGD employees partnered with Opp City Schools, Covington County Schools and Andalusia City Schools to host Special Adventures Day 2016. Marketing and Communications Coordinator Mitch Thorn organized a group of employee volunteers, who grilled, assembled and served about 300 sack lunches for students, teachers and parents at this year’s event, which took place in Opp. […]

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Generating Peace of Mind

Natural gas generators provide many consumers with security and peace of mind by providing reliable standby power during electricity outages. The convenience of a natural gas generator makes it the most popular choice for the home. When the electricity goes out, the generator automatically starts the engine. The lights are likely to be off for […]

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Feel the Warmth

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) ranks radiant heating as one of the more efficient heat sources. Radiant heat provides a greater degree of comfort at lower temperatures, much the same way that standing in the sun on a cool day provides more warmth than a shady spot, even through there is little or no […]