Serving Five U.S. States and 60,000 End Users

Boost your business's bottom line and stop wasting revenue on wasteful, expensive energy sources. Utility Pipeline, LTD (UPL) provides residential natural gas service, as well as commercial and industrial natural gas service for a wide range of businesses throughout Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. We work alongside our co-ops and utility affiliates to guarantee safe, reliable, and affordable service, including pipeline and meter installation.

UPL provides natural gas service to commercial and industrial end users. Utilizing our highly qualified contractors, UPL offers our commercial and industrial end users with a turn key installation process ensuring to meet construction deadlines.

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"Customer service is great. Very happy with service and rates. Overall rates are lower [...] and if you lose electricity, water heater and stoves still work. "

Four Seasons Pet Hotel
Hillsboro, Ohio


Frequently Asked Questions

UPL personnel and contractors work very hard to keep surface damage and other disruptions to a minimum. Whenever possible, UPL bores beneath roadways to minimize or eliminate the disruption of transportation. Similarly, horizontal boring along easements keeps surface damage to a minimum. By installing lines along the outer edge of easements, damage to individual properties is kept to a minimum. As the distribution lines are installed, professional restoration crews restore the surface and areas affected by the pipeline.

Yes. The distribution lines installed by the co-op meet the construction specifications of regulated gas utilities. In addition, the co-op's line installation is subject to audit by the state's public utility commission. Systems are monitored by professional maintenance crews to identify and correct any problems in a timely manner. The safety of the residents of your community is the co-op's primary consideration.

All states govern the tariffs (the "rate base") that natural gas utilities are allowed to charge their customers. Most state gas utility tariffs lack any incentive for gas utilities to extend their distribution lines into unserved residential areas. 

Natural gas cooperatives are exempt from regulation by the state's public utility commission ("PUC"). Since the co-op's rates are not subject to PUC jurisdiction and rate base policies, the co-op has the flexibility to install distribution lines that exceed the line extension policies of most gas utilities. Because of the increased flexibility in establishing fees and rates, the co-op can bring cost effective natural gas service to communities that might otherwise not be able to obtain service from a regulated gas utility.

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If you're ready to start experiencing the safest, cleanest, most cost-effective energy source available, we want to get the conversation started. Industrial customers can also download a customer load form here.