Natural Gas Safety
What is carbon monoxide? Learn how to protect you and your family from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Detecting a Leak
We add an odour to natural gas for a reason. Use your senses to determine if there is a leak.
Keep your heating equipment running safely and efficiently for when you need it the most.
Find out what to do if your heating equipment stops working during a cold snap or in the unlikely event gas service is disrupted.
Nature is unpredictable. Learn more about potential hazards and how to stay safe before, during, or after a natural disaster.
Planning a Dig Project
Learn the steps to safe digging and how to get SaskEnergy's permission to proceed with working near gas facilities.
Safe Digging Starts with You
Whether you’re planting a tree or undertaking a major construction project, there are important steps to follow when working near gas lines.
Furnace maintenance program receives national attention
The Tune-Up Assistance Program (TAP) provides income qualified households peace of mind and the opportunity to learn about the importance of furnace maintenance and carbon monoxide safety.
As part of the program, SaskEnergy Network Members complete a Home Heating Tune-Up free of charge. The service includes replacing the furnace filter, cleaning and lubricating the furnace motor and fan, as well as cleaning and resetting the burners.
In 2020, TAP was recognized nationally by the Canadian Natural Gas Association and received the Michael Mulcahy Award for Excellence and Innovation in Customer Care and Service.