Our Commitment to Safety

More than 63 million homes and businesses in America use natural gas for heating, cooking and other applications. According to U.S. government statistics, the clean, efficient natural gas they use comes from the nation's safest energy delivery system. This extensive natural gas delivery system is mostly underground and has a proven record of efficiency, reliability and safety.

Safety is the number one priority of SeaCoast Gas Transmission. We have multiple safety measures in place to ensure the safety of our customers, our employees, the public and the environment. These measures include built-in system safety mechanisms, regular inspections, operator qualifications, damage prevention programs, and education.

Our pipeline operations are monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to ensure the safety of the system.

SeaCoast Gas Transmission pipeline is regulated by the U. S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA). PHMSA establishes the rules and standards that govern the design, construction, operation, safety and maintenance of interstate pipelines.

Pipeline safety requires participation by the public also. Learn how to identify pipelines and how to recognize a leak.