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How to detect natural gas
The most common way to detect a natural gas leak is by smell. However, purchasing a natural gas detector can provide an alternative and/or additional warning to a natural gas leak. SaskEnergy offers a $25 rebate. Find out more...

If you smell natural gas...
SaskEnergy has some important safety information on what to do if you suspect a natural gas leak. Find out more...

Be smart. Be safe in your yard.
Building a deck or fence? Planting a tree or landscaping? Get the underground lines marked prior to beginning any work. Find out more...

Moving? Submit your service request online
Visit expressaddress.com to transfer, connect or disconnect your natural gas service. Find out more...

Time for a new furnace or A/C?
Talk to your participating SaskEnergy Network Member about a loan at Prime +2% (oac) on eligible ENERGY STAR qualified equipment. Find out more...

What's in the News

Nov. 6, 2014 - SaskEnergy and Thom Collegiate partnership continues with the “Share the Warmth” Program

Oct. 19, 2014 - Safety perimeter reduced at TransGas Prud'homme Storage Cavern Facility - site now under control

Sept. 24, 2014 - Crown utilities urge safety in the final stage of 2014 construction season

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