Welcome to CoServ Gas
Our mission is to provide you with safe and reliable natural gas service at an affordable rate. CoServ is one of the largest natural gas providers in North Texas with infrastructure that meets or exceeds the standard in all of the cities we serve. We’re happy to be the company keeping gas flowing into your home or business.
Start New Natural Gas Service
CoServ takes pride in excellent customer service and that starts with getting natural gas flowing at your home or business. Call our Customer Care Center at (940) 321-7800 or click here to get started online.
You will need the following information:
- Service Address
- Start date
- Drivers Licence
- Social Security Number
- Phone Number
- Date of Birth
Transfer or Stop Natural Gas Service
To start or transfer service, call our Customer Care Center at (940) 321-7800, Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST) or email email@example.com.
How do CoServ rates compare?
In recent months, natural gas prices have spiked to about $9 per MMBtu. While prices have retreated from their highs, they are still almost double compared to last year. Yet, when comparing CoServ’s price per Ccf and total bill amount, CoServ’s prices remain competitive and lower than our main competitor.
Graph compiled on November 4, 2022. Data of our main gas competitor compared to CoServ’s gas rate for the same time period based on 75 Ccf.
What is WNA and how does it work?
CoServ uses a Weather Normalization Adjustment (WNA) between the months of December through May. This adjustment can be found listed as a WNA line item on your monthly gas bill.
WNA is a standard within the natural gas utility industry and protects customers and CoServ. In bill periods when the weather is colder than normal, WNA will reduce the Ccf usage charge to a normal level. In bill periods when the weather is warmer than normal, WNA will increase the Ccf usage charge to a normal level.
CoServ’s goal is to always provide you with safe and reliable energy at an affordable price. WNA helps us do just that in the heat of summer and the cold of winter.