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natural gas expansion overview

Expansion Overview

We are now able to provide natural gas service to the entire Town of Plattsburgh. There are three situations under which we may provide service to your location.

1. Property Owners Along Existing Natural Gas Lines
If your home or business is located along an existing natural gas main (the natural gas line typically located in the street serving multiple customers), we will provide service by installing a natural service line from the main to your home or business. To learn more about our service line allowances and costs associated with getting natural gas to your home or business
click here.

To view a map of existing natural gas lines in the Town of Plattsburgh click here.

 

2. Property Owners in the Expansion Area
If your home or business is located in the approved expansion area, we will be installing natural gas mains beginning in 2014 and continuing through 2017. 

To view a map of the approved expansion area in the Town of Plattsburgh click here.

To learn more about NYSEG service line allowances and costs associated with getting natural gas to your home or business click here.

 

3. Property Owners Not in the Expansion Area Requiring a Natural Gas 
Main Extension
If your home or business is not located along an existing natural gas line or in the expansion area, we may be able to provide natural gas service by extending the existing main to your location. When NYSEG extends a natural gas main, each committed customer receives an allowance of 100 feet at no cost. If the main extension extends beyond the 100-foot-per-customer allowance, each customer connecting to the main must pay a monthly surcharge which will be assessed for up to 10 years or make a one-time upfront payment. As other customers connect to the main extension, existing customers on the main extension will have the monthly surcharge reduced or if they made an upfront payment, will receive a prorated refund.  

To view a map of existing natural gas lines in the Town of Plattsburgh click here.

To learn more about NYSEG service line allowances and costs associated with getting natural gas to your home or business click here.