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Atmos Energy in Texas is home to two utility divisions, Mid-Tex and West Texas, plus Atmos Pipeline-Texas - our intrastate pipeline company. These independently operated businesses provide natural gas to more than 2 million customers.

West Texas and Mid-Tex Division Highlights

Our Mid-Tex Division serves the Dallas and Fort Worth area, which is the fourth largest metro area in the United States. We provide natural gas to the DFW Airport and AT&T Stadium, plus notable landmarks such as the Fort Hood military base, Southern Methodist University, Baylor University, and Texas A&M University. 

Our West Texas Division serves the Lubbock, Amarillo and Permian Basin regions and surrounding areas. We provide natural gas service to the Texas Tech University campus, plus large agriculture and livestock businesses.

Atmos Pipeline-Texas Highlights

Atmos Pipeline-Texas is an intrastate pipeline company that provides natural gas transportation and storage services to local natural gas distribution companies, large end-users, plus natural gas producers and marketers. 

We are replacing service lines in many neighborhoods across Texas. A service line is the pipe that runs from your street or alley to your natural gas meter. 

Natural gas service is delivered to your home through a vast pipeline network that starts at a supply or storage facility. After leaving this facility, natural gas is transported through transmission lines to the Atmos Energy City Gate and into our distribution main lines. These pipelines are crucial to providing a dependable supply of natural gas for growing communities. Atmos Energy's distribution main pipelines and transmission pipelines are upgraded with new materials as pipelines age, customer demand increases and safety standards change.

graphic showing the gas distribution pipeline system

What does this mean for me?

You may notice Atmos Energy crews and contractors working in your neighborhood to install or replace pipelines. This process includes locating and marking various underground utilities such as water and cable, replacing main and service lines, relocating indoor meters to the outside of homes and restoring property to original or better condition. 

Will you need to dig up my yard, sidewalk or driveway— and if so, who’s going to fix it?

Before work begins, we will record the entire construction path to document the condition of sidewalks, driveways, curbs, etc. to ensure any needed repairs will be made accurately. Initial restoration, such as leveling of surfaces, will be completed as the project progresses. 

How can I get answers to my specific questions?

Please use our contact page to get in touch with someone in your area.