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  • View & Pay Bill
  • Gas Emergency
  • Start/Stop Service

To Report a Carbon Monoxide
or Gas Emergency:

  • Leave the area immediately
  • From a safe place, call 911 and then call us at 1-800-344-4077

DO NOT:

  • Send us an email to report the odor or incident
  • Use a cellular phone or phone until you leave the area

Remain in a safe place until our service technician arrives to perform a safety check.

 

Other Gas Safety Information

Start, Stop, or Transfer Service

Call us at 1-800-344-4077. Our Customer Service representatives are here to assist you Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Current Customers

Log in to your account to stop your gas service.

New Residents

Welcome! Please call us at 1-800-344-4077 to find out if we serve your address. We can also help transfer an existing gas account into your name.

Landlords

To set up a Property Owner Agreement with us, please complete this form and mail it to: NiSource, P.O. Box 9016, Endicott, NY 13761-9016.

Imposters and Scams

Learn how to protect yourself from scams, fraud and imposters.

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April Natural Gas Costs Decrease Over Last Year; Bring Decrease in April Natural Gas Bills

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Columbia Gas of Ohio Reminds the Public of Carbon Monoxide Safety During Poison Prevention Month

Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc. is encouraging customers to stay safe by learning the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning in recognition of National Poison Prevention week (March 15-21).

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