Being located far away from gas fields means that many rural regions and rural communities have trouble acquiring the energy that they need in many Ohio counties, even in places such as Holmes County. It’s expensive and often difficult to transport gas to these rural Ohio areas by pipeline. There is a solution. When it comes to natural gas in Ohio, some forms of natural gas can be transported without a pipeline and can bring gas energy to communities inaccessible by pipeline. From some of the southernmost regions of Ohio such as Gallia County and Lawrence County all the way to the shores of the Great Lakes in Lorain County and Cuyahoga County, we believe in helping Ohioans save with natural gas. Having a sustainable and affordable energy supply for rural communities is essential. Compared to oil and coal, liquid natural gas is also a low carbon fossil fuel. Living in a rural community doesn’t mean natural gas is out of reach for you and we’d be happy to show you how to take advantage of current gas rates. Whether you’re looking to use natural gas to power appliances or heat your home, we can’t wait to tell you more about how rural areas can have access to natural gas.