Natural gas is lighter than air and will dissipate into the atmosphere unless confined. It
has a higher combustion temperature than other fuels. Combustion cannot occur unless a narrow range
of fuel-to-air mixture is present. Find out what
to do if you
smell natural gas.
The most common way to detect a natural gas leak is by smell. The use of a
natural gas detector is an additional and/or alternative safety measure for detecting a natural gas leak. SaskEnergy, as part of our safety program, is currently offering a
$25 Gas Detector Rebate.
For safe, efficient use of natural gas
in your home, it is important that you respect natural
gas, know how to use it properly and follow
manufacturer directions for using and taking care of
natural gas appliances. By properly caring for your
appliances, you'll help ensure safe and effective
Safety is our priority at SaskEnergy!
- Our System
Integrity Management Program takes steps to ensure
our natural gas systems are well protected.
Contractors who work in safety sensitive positions are required to either comply with the
SaskEnergy Drug & Alcohol Policy Standard or their own similar policy which
they can demonstrate is equivalent to or exceeds the provisions of SaskEnergy's policy.
Participation in Sask1st Call line locating services ensures
your safety and the safety of everyone around you by having natural gas lines
marked prior to digging or excavating.
Planning a project? Permission to proceed with work is required if any activity will be taking place within a SaskEnergy Right-of-Way or within 1.5 metres of a pipeline if no Right-of-Way exists.
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If you suspect a natural gas line has been damaged, call SaskEnergy's 24-Hour Emergency
toll-free number at 1-888-700-0427 and 911. Any gas line damage,
no matter how minor must be reported to SaskEnergy. Find out what you need to know before you dig or if you hit a line.
QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS?
24 HOUR EMERGENCY NUMBER
LINE LOCATES (Sask 1st Call)
Theft of natural gas and tampering with SaskEnergy equipment can create a safety
hazard for the offender and the offender's neighbors. It is an offence under The SaskEnergy
Act and the Criminal Code. Theft of gas affects SaskEnergy rates for paying customers. Report theft
of gas by contacting Customer Service.