Due to the present risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas Gas is closing access to its front offices as a precautionary measure for the protection of our customers and staff. Payments can be made online at txgas.net by credit or debit card. Customers may also access their online utility account at txgas.net and sign up for ACH direct draft as well as utilizing the payment dropbox at the office with check or money order. Click here for an update on COVID-19 Please contact us by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, 281-252-6700, if you have any questions. Thank you!
8:30am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday (except national holidays).
Every task can be completed online, but if you need to see us in person, our address is 9750 FM 1488. If coming from the east, we are 3 miles west of the intersection of FM 2978 and FM 1488. If coming from the west, we are 4 miles east of the intersection of FM 149 Spur and FM 1488.
The best place to pay your bill is online through our website. You can also pay your bill via mail or by dropping it off at our offices at 9750 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354. Please include a bill stub and address payment (check or money order only) to your utility provider and not Texas Gas.
Gas Shut Off notices are automatically generated by the billing system. If you receive such a notice, it means that we do not have a record of your payment.
Please call our offices at 281.252.6700 immediately to avoid termination of your service.
Tariffs are on the Railroad Commision of Texas website.
You may call our offices at 281.252.6700 during regular office hours to request a copy.
All complaints will be handled in a timely and courteous manner.
The “Mtr Factor” is an abbreviation for Meter Factor. Your gas meter will accurately record the amount of gas used if the pressure is 4.4 ounces and at a temperature of 60 degrees Fahrenheit. These parameters would result in a Meter Factor of 1.00. When the Meter Factor is 1.00, it is omitted from the bill.
If the meter must be operated at a higher pressure to accommodate the customer’s requirements, then a Meter Factor will be used to produce an accurate meter reading. In addition, if temperatures are substantially below 60 degrees, then additional compensation will be added to the meter factor. The meter factor is derived from industry research and calculations.
The Meter Factor allows the utility to bill the customer for the actual volume of gas used each month.