Natural gas is a natural fuel extracted from deposits in the Earth’s crust. It is a mixture of gases and fumes extracted from the ground which contain significant amounts of methane (up to 98% for high-methane gas).
Natural gas is odorless, colorless, and lighter than air. Natural gas is a very ecological fuel; it emits only trace amounts of harmful pollutants when combusted. It is also an efficient and convenient fuel that does not require handling or storage.
Natural gas can be used to prepare meals, heat tap water, or heat houses.
Submit the “Application for specifying the conditions for connecting to the gas network.” Based on that, we will verify the technical and economic conditions for the supply of fuel gas. One necessary condition for connecting to the gas network is that you have a legal title to the property to be connected. The application is available in Downloads below.
Submit the completed application with attachments via the Connection Portal without leaving your home. The portal will guide you through the entire connection process and keep you informed about the connection status via text messages or e-mail notifications.
Pursuant to the Energy Law, the Distribution Service Provider’s Tariff is subject to approval by the President of the Energy Regulatory Office. Once they are published in the ERO Bulletin, the approved tariffs take effect after at least 14 days has passed.