The PUC issues licenses to competitive natural gas suppliers in Pennsylvania. Only licensed suppliers are authorized to provide gas service in Pennsylvania. Read on for a complete list of the suppliers currently licensed in the state.
PUC licensing standards include that the supplier is bonded or has provided other security approved by the Commission to ensure financial responsibility; that the supplier has met the PUC technical and financial responsibility guidelines; and, that the supplier agrees to uphold consumer protection laws and reliability standards, along with supporting the consumer education requirements.
Notice to All License Natural Gas Suppliers
Effective Immediately: Any changes to the following list must be submitted in writing with an original signature (i.e., no faxes) to the Secretary of the Commission. Changes submitted by any other means will not be accepted or made.
Natural Gas Supplier Application
Please use this newly revised application form as of 09/11/23. The prior application version will only be accepted within 30 days of the most current revision date.
FAQ - NGS Application - This document contains answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the NGS application.
The Public Utility Code authorizes the PUC to collect an annual fee of $350 from each licensed / certified supplier, broker, marketer and aggregator of electricity and natural gas approved to do business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In addition, an annual supplemental fee based on reported annual gross intrastate operating revenues will be applicable to suppliers of electricity and natural gas.
Essential Contact Change Form - A blank form that natural gas companies submit to give the PUC contact information.
NGDC Contact List for Suppliers
List of Contacts for Natural Gas Suppliers - As of March 2023.
Licensed Gas Supplier List
Every attempt is made to keep the following list current, however, please be advised that the information can change on a day-to-day basis. This list will be updated as the information becomes available.
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- Damage Prevention Committee
- Act 13 Impact Fee
- Voluntary Natural Gas EE&C Programs
- Combined Heat & Power
- Natural Gas Companies & Suppliers
- Pipeline Safety
- Committees & Working Groups
- Energy Efficiency, Conservation and Savings Information
- Retail Markets
- Prepare Now for Winter Energy Costs
- Natural Gas Vehicles
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