When Southeast Gas was formed in 1952, the company’s primary focus was to provide natural gas to the region as a tool for industrial development. Now, more than 65 years later, the company still works to grow and improve our local communities through new and expanded industrial growth. Southeast Gas serves provides economic development resources through our collaborative approach to regional growth.

Water and timber are plentiful in Southeast Alabama, making it ideal for manufacturers, including paper and solid wood producers and food and beverage processors.

The Southeast Alabama region is home to more than 400,000 people, and has a large pool of skilled and dedicated workers and a wide network of higher educational institutions, including the highly-ranked Troy University and several community colleges that offer training for in-demand jobs.

The region offers a low cost of living, affordable housing, close-knit communities, abundant recreation and close proximity to the beach. Some of the best hunting, fishing and golfing in the country can be enjoyed in Southeast Alabama, and residents have access to numerous cultural attractions, from museums and performing arts centers to historic sites and festivals.

Economic Development

Smell Gas. Act Fast.

If you smell rotten eggs, leave the area and dial 911 to report an emergency or call Southeast Gas at 800-660-8683 to report a possible natural gas leak.