Vermont Gas Systems, Inc. is the only natural gas company currently authorized to operate in the State of Vermont. It provides natural gas to more than 53,000 families, businesses and institutions in Chittenden and Franklin counties, and is expanding its service territory to Addison County as part of the Addison County Natural Gas project approved by the Commission in Docket 7970.
Vermont’s natural gas is transported from Canada via the TransCanada Pipeline and enters at Highgate, on the Vermont/Canada border. Vermont Gas currently serves customers through a network of more than 750 miles of underground transmission and distribution lines.
Service Area Maps
Vermont Gas has prepared maps showing the areas of the state in which it provides service.
Utility tariffs specify the rates charged to customers and the terms and conditions under which the utility provides service. Vermont law specifies the process a utility must follow to change its tariffs.
Vermont Gas's current tariffs are available online in its "tariff repository" case in ePUC, the Commission's electronic document management system. You can find Vermont Gas's tariff repository case in ePUC by using the "All Cases" search, selecting "Repository" in the "Case Type" field, selecting "Gas" in the "Industry" field, and clicking the Search button. More information about how to use ePUC is available in the ePUC Information section of the website.
Vermont Gas Systems, Inc. maintains a Rates and Billing page on its website; however, the Commission does not verify the accuracy of the tariffs or rate summaries posted.