Natural gas is more affordable than heating oil. Summit Natural Gas of Maine expects that residential customers who make the switch to natural gas will save about $1,500 in year-round energy costs.Learn More
Imagine never having to look at a nearly empty heating oil tank. Never having to call or wait for a service delivery. And, imagine having the convenience and reliability of natural gas at your fingertips.Learn More
Summit Natural Gas of Maine offers the best rebates of any natural gas provider in Maine’s Kennebec Valley region helping families and business owners to reduce energy and heating costs immediately.Learn More

About Summit Natural Gas

We are an Augusta, Maine-based company providing North America-sourced natural gas to homes and businesses in Maine’s Kennebec Valley region. Summit Natural Gas of Maine has made a commitment to invest $350 million dollars and create more than 400 jobs by building a natural gas pipeline to serve 15,000 homes and businesses in the Kennebec Valley within five years.

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Latest News

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Summit Natural Gas Replacing Equipment in Waterville, Fairfield and Madison

April 13th, 2015|0 Comments

Augusta, Maine (April 13, 2015) – Summit Natural Gas of Maine today announced plans to […]

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Summit Natural Gas Announces Rate Decrease for Customers

March 17th, 2015|0 Comments

Rate decrease results in natural gas […]

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Summit to Present its 2015 Build out plan

March 5th, 2015|0 Comments

Please join us at the Yarmouth Merrill Memorial Library on Saturday, March 14th at 11:00 am […]

What Customers Say

“We believe a pipeline will eliminate many of the disruptions we experienced with LNG. “It has been a long time coming, but appears to be in the fairly near future.”
Ray McMullin, Huhtamaki
“Inland Hospital is pleased that natural gas is going to be available in our community,” said John Dalton, Inland Hospital president and CEO. “We are excited to join other businesses and homeowners who expect to experience a significant reduction in energy costs in the future.”
John Dalton, Inland Hospital
“The opportunity to utilize natural gas is essential to maintain the competitive cost position of our Somerset Mill and is another example of our investment in the state of Maine,” said Mark Gardner, Sappi president and chief executive officer.
Russ Drechsel, Sappi