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Associations:

The Ohio Fire Chiefs Association

Ohio Ambulance and Medical Transport Association

Ohio Association of the Chiefs of Police

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio

Office of the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel

Ohio Utilities Protection Service

American Petroleum Institute

Pipeline 101  (Sponsored by the oil pipeline industry and the members of the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL).)

Pipeline Emergencies (Sponsored by the National Association of State Fire Marshals)

Dig Safely

Common Ground Alliance

Interstate Natural Gas Association of America

American Gas Association

Participating OGA Members:

AEP/Coumbus Southern Power

AK Steel Corp.

All American Energy Cooperative

Arlington Natural Gas Company

City of Hamilton: Natural Gas Division

Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc.

Community Energy Resources Co-Operative, Inc.

Consumers Gas Cooperative

Dominion Energy Ohio

Dominion Transmission

Duke Energy

Eastern Natural Gas Company

Foraker Gas Company, Inc.

Glenwood Energy of Oxford

KNG Energy, Inc.

Lancaster Municipal Gas Company

Madison Energy Cooperative

National Gas & Oil Transmission

NiSource Gas Transmission & Storage

North Coast Gas Transmission, LLC

Northeast Ohio Natural Gas Corporation

Northern Industrial Energy Development

Ohio Cumberland Gas Company

Ohio Gas Company

Ohio Valley Gas Corporation

Panhandle Eastern Pipeline

Piedmont Gas Company

Pike Natural Gas Company

Ross Energy, LLC

Sheldon Gas Company

Southeastern Natural Gas Company

Suburban Natural Gas Company

Tennessee Gas Pipeline

The Energy Cooperative/National Gas & Oil Coop.

The Springfield Gas Company, Inc.

The Swickard Gas Company

The Waterville Gas & Oil Company

TransCanada ANR Pipeline Company

Utility Pipeline, LTD

Vectren Energy Delivery

Village Energy Cooperative Association

Village of Oakwood

Village of Obetz

What to do if you suspect a gas leak

If you smell a natural gas odor, hear the hissing sound of gas escaping or see other signs of a leak:

  • REMAIN calm.
  • DON'T light a match, candle or cigarette.
  • DON'T turn electrical appliances or lights on or off or use any device that could cause a spark.
  • IMMEDIATELY EVACUATE the area, and from a safe location, call your local natural gas company and 9-1-1 for emergency response.