Gas Pipeline Safety
The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) is responsible for pipeline safety in Connecticut.
What to do if you smell natural gas | Who to call (Emergencies and Non-Emergencies) - Natural Gas
What to do if you smell propane gas | Who to call (Emergencies and Non-Emergencies) - Propane Gas
Additional Safety Information:
What do I need to know about Carbon Monoxide?
How do I make sure my gas appliances are safe?
What are the safety concerns for gas meters?
Are there gas pipes for which I am responsible?
Connecticut's excavation damage prevention program
What is natural gas? | How was natural gas formed?
What is Liquified Natural Gas (LNG)?
How does natural gas get to Connecticut?
What are the segments of the natural gas industry?
What transmission pipelines serve Connecticut?
What do transmission pipelines look like?
How is natural gas transported throughout Connecticut?
Are certain propane systems subject to PURA oversight?
What is Gas Pipeline Safety?
What is the Gas Pipeline Safety Unit Inspection Program?
Propane Company Information:
Information for the Propane Industry
Content last updated March 2015