Your AOG bill is designed to make it easy for you to see how much gas you used, what you owe and when it’s due, as well as detailed information to help you manage your natural gas account.

1. Service Address

Where your gas service is located (may be different from your mailing address).

2. Account Number

Your Summit Natural Gas account number is specific to your service location. Please refer to this number when requesting information about your account or when making any payments.

3. Bill Amount & Due Date

Now easier to read, so you know when your bill is due and how much you owe.

4. What Do I Need To Know?

Important messages from Summit Natural Gas of Maine.

5. What Have I Used?

Usage information is detailed to show your meter reading information and how your usage amount is calculated.

6. Your Monthly Gas Usage

Bar graph provides at-a-glance usage over past 13 months (if available).

7. What Makes Up My Bill

Includes any balance due, late fees, and three types of natural gas service charges.

a) Delivery and Service charges – The cost to deliver the gas to your home or business and other customer charges.

b) Supply charges – The cost of the natural gas itself and the cost to deliver natural gas to your home or business.

c) Taxes and other charges – Depending on where you live, we may also collect required state and city fees and taxes, and any charges specific to your account.

8. Payment Options

If paying by mail, please return the payment coupon with your payment.

Here’s a look at the charges that make up your monthly natural gas bill:

  • Delivery and Service Charges – The Delivery and Service Charges on your bill are designed to recover Summit’s reasonable and necessary expenses and provide AOG with the opportunity to earn a return on its investment in the natural gas system that provides you with safe and reliable service.
  • Supply Charges – The Cost of Gas is the cost of the natural gas itself. We purchase natural gas on behalf of customers from the commercial market and pass the cost straight through to customers with no markup or profit.
  • Taxes and Other Charges – City, State, and local taxes and charges.

How can I save money on my natural gas bill?

With increased energy costs, working to conserve energy and save money is essential. We’ve compiled resources and information to save, stay warm, stay educated, and be informed.

How can I save money on my natural gas bill?

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We’re Here to Lend a Helping Hand

If your household is experiencing financial difficulty, there may be federal, state, or local programs that can assist with your utility bill. If you’re an AOG residential customer and meet specific income guidelines, you may qualify for assistance in paying your utility bills. Explore our payment assistance program offerings if you or someone you know is having trouble paying their gas bill.

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