The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission regulates safety standards for pipeline facilities and utilities engaged in the transportation of natural gas and other gas by pipeline. The Commission is annually authorized and certified to enforce federal safety standards by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Office of Pipeline Safety.
Consumers, such as home owners and business owners, can find helpful information on pipeline utilities.
Jurisdiction and Regulations
To ensure safety, the PUC has jurisdiction over the standards of pipeline facilities.
Learn what life-saving steps you should take if you smell gas in your home or business.
PA One Call
Homeowners and contractors must call 8-1-1 before digging or excavating.
Learn about resources available to consumers, like community education events and tips on saving energy and money.
Do you need financial assistance for utility services? Find out what programs are available.
Utility professionals, including utility employees and attorneys, can review important information on pipeline utility issues and policies.
Pipeline Seminar Presentations
The PUC hosts an annual Gas and Pipeline Safety Seminar and shares the presentations delivered each year.
Regulated Distribution Systems
The PUC Gas Safety Division inspects pipelines of natural gas distribution companies operating in the state.
Distribution companies submit critical data regarding pipeline safety to the PUC each year.
Read annual reports and quarterly earnings reviews for pipeline companies.
The Gas Safety Division uses these forms to conduct inspections of regulated gas and pipeline utilities.
- 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
Learn how to submit a complaint with a public utility. You can also search existing formal complaints.Get Details
811: PA One Call
Homeowners and contractors must call 8-1-1 before starting any digging or excavation project.Get Details
Need More Help?
If you can't find what you're looking for here, please contact the PA Public Utility Commission. Call us at 1-800-692-7380 or contact us online.
Public utility documents available electronically include case dockets, public meeting orders and more.
Filing & Resources
Find utility-related reports, laws and regulations, federal filings, tariffs, procedures and more.
Consumers, utilities and attorneys can save time by submitting documents to the PUC electronically.