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Artex Oil Company, Ohio
     
     
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  Safety
   
  Domestic Gas Usage Rules and Hazards
Safety For Landowners Planning Activities Around Oil and Gas Lines Or Equipment
   
   
  Domestic Gas Usage Rules and Hazards

If at any time you suspect a natural gas leak or other safety problem, you should immediately vacate the premises and contact a licensed plumber.
   
You are responsible for the proper construction, maintenance, inspection and repair of the pipeline and other equipment used to deliver the gas from our well or pipeline to your residence.
   
Your delivery system should contain regulators, drips and other important safety equipment, which require periodic maintenance and inspection.  If you are not willing to undertake this serious responsibility, for your safety, you should immediately switch to another fuel for your residence.
   
Because we are concerned with your safety, we strongly recommend that all our gas users have their systems inspected by a licensed plumber at least one time each year. This will be an additional expense but it is worthwhile.
   
Artex Oil Company is not a public utility.  You are responsible for having a backup heating system to use when gas from a well or pipeline is not available.
   
Before beginning excavation, buried pipelines or other facilities must be located. For assistance in locating buried lines contact the Oil & Gas Producers Underground Protection Service at 1-800-925-0988, and the Ohio Utilities Protection Service (OUPS) at 1-800-362-2764.
   
For emergency service to shut off gas to your system, call our emergency number at 740-373-3313.
   
   
  Safety for Landowners Planning Activities Around Oil and Gas Lines or Equipment

If you have any questions please contact Artex at 740-373-3313.
   
If at any time you suspect a natural gas leak or other safety problem, you should immediately vacate the premises and contact a licensed plumber.
   
When planning a project that requires any type of earth moving be sure to get the location of our pipelines and other facilities. Ohio law requires that you contact the Oil & Gas Producers Underground Protection Service at 1-800-925-0988, and the Ohio Utilities Protection Service (OUPS) at 1-800-362-2764.
   
For emergency service if you identify a leak or damage with our equipment call our emergency number at 740-373-3313.
     
     
     
     
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