• 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!
  • Digging Soon?

    Homeowners often make risky assumptions about whether or not they should get their utility lines marked, but every digging job requires a call – even small projects like planting trees and shrubs.

    Digging Soon?


If changing leaves and cool autumn evenings have you mourning the loss of summer, turn to natural gas to help you enjoy outdoor living spaces long into the fall months. Check out options for the right outdoor renovations that can create a warm and inviting space from late fall and throughout the winter months in this season's edition of Natural Living. Start reading now.


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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 […]

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Celebrate Public Gas Systems!

The Southeast Alabama Gas District will observe Public Natural Gas Week from October 4 to 10. This annual nationwide event builds public awareness about the value of having a community-owned natural gas utility. During this week, we will also educate residents on the environmental and cost benefits of using clean, reliable and affordable natural gas […]

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Preparing Now for Cooler Temps

Even with highs still in the upper 80s on most days, it’s not too soon to begin thinking about getting your home ready for cooler days ahead. And, while cleaning out your gutters and winterizing your lawn are probably high on your list of priorities, there are some other things you may want to consider […]


Scholarship Recipients Recognized

The Southeast Alabama Gas District honored its 2015 Community Service Scholarship recipients recently at a luncheon banquet in Troy. Twenty 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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Employees Reach 500,000 Safe Work Hours

Employees of The Southeast Alabama Gas District recently accomplished what no SEAGD employees before them have done. On March 11, 2015, they worked their 500,000th safe work hour, representing 432 days worked without a lost time accident. As a celebration for this milestone achieved, SEAGD employees were treated to a company luncheon, and recognized by […]

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Comfort Food at Its Finest

Few things compare to a bowl of piping hot comfort food in during the dreary days of winter. One thing could make it better, though – being able to prepare the entire meal in one pot!
This chicken and rice “soup” recipe is an heirloom recipe from SEAGD Marketing and Communication Manager Shannon Jackson’s grandmother, Pauline Cooper. “My earliest comfort food memory is of this dish that was made famous in our family by my grandmother. When I think about getting together with family as a child, this dish always comes to mind,” said Jackson.