Emergency Information

How would you recognize a pipeline leak?

Sight: Liquid pools, discolored or abnormally dry soil/vegetation, continuous bubbling in wet or flooded areas, an oily sheen on water surfaces, and vaporous fogs or blowing dirt around a pipeline area can all be indicative of a pipeline leak.

Sound: Volume can range from a quiet hissing to a loud roar depending on the size of a leak.

Smell: An unusual smell, petroleum odor or rotten egg odor will sometimes accompany pipeline leaks.

What TO DO in the event a leak were to occur?

What NOT TO DO in the event a leak were to occur?

 

IN ANY CASE, YOU FEEL THAT LIFE OR PROPERTY IS IN DANGER, CALL 911.  DOOLEY'S NATURAL GAS HAS AN EXCELLENT WORKING RELATIONSHIP WITH OUR POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS.