Energy Efficiency Programs
Equipment & Vehicles
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Secondary Contact Person
*Type of Business
SIC NAICS Code
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Existing BuildingExisting ServiceNew BuildingAddition
Located between these two intersecting roads:
(if different than applicant)
Full Mailing Address
(if different than service address)
An application cannot be processed without this information.
Note: If any equipment will have alternate fuel capability (e.g. fuel oil, well gas, etc.), please note in the equipment listing.
Please indicate the delivery pressure for service that you are requesting:*
The normal delivery pressure for service provided by National Fuel to customers in New York and Pennsylvania is 7 inches water column (w.c.). Please note that the minimum allowable delivery pressure for service provided by National Fuel to customers in New York is 4 inches w.c.
General comments or specific requests
Please submit a site plan referencing the service address provided on this application to show the building layout and desired meter location. Please be sure to detail any underground obstacles that may be present (water, sewer, septic system, phone, etc.). Site plans can be mailed to the following addresses:
In New York:
National Fuel Gas Distribution Corp.
365 Mineral Spring Road Building #3
Buffalo, NY 14210
or fax to (716) 827-7322
225 Wayne Street
Erie, PA 16507
or fax to (814) 871-8312
Date Foundation Complete:
For new construction only
Requested Meter Installation Date:
Please note the date requested must be at least 4 weeks from today
Requested Service Line Installation Date:
Add Existing Equipment
Add New/Added Equipment
Note: the following section is to be completed only if you are requesting service for an address in Pennsylvania.
Please identify the number of years to which you are committing to service from National Fuel.*
Property Restoration Guidelines:
National Fuel will perform surface restoration when the service line is located within a public right-of-way. In all other cases, customers are responsible for surface refinishing, restoring lawns, shrubbery, driveways or walkways, and the repair of any damage to unmarked underground facilities that occur as a result of the natural gas service line installation.