Manage Your National Fuel Account Online

When you enroll in National Fuel's Online Services, you will receive your billing information by e-mail, for a convenient way to view the dollar amount and due date of your monthly bill, making your bill quick and easy to pay each month. Going paperless helps to improve the environment while saving you time.

According to PayItGreen, if 20 percent of American households switched from paper to electronic bills, statements and payments each year, the collective impact would:

  • Save more than 150 million pounds of paper
  • Save more than 1.8 million trees
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by approximately two million tons
  • Reduce paper production wastewater by one billion gallons
  • Reduce the amount of gasoline used to transport mail by 100 million gallons

Login/Enroll in Online Services

Sign up for our free Online Services and you can receive and pay your bill electronically, view your account history and update your e-mail or mailing address. Click here to login or enroll.

Make a payment

If you would like to pay your gas bill quickly and easily, but do not want to sign up for an online account, you can do so by selecting one of the following payment options. You will need to know your nine digit National Fuel account number in order to use either of the payment options below:
  • To make a payment from your checking or savings account, have your bank account information handy, and click here.
  • To make a payment using your debit card or your Discover, Master Card, or Visa credit card, have your card information handy, and click here. Debit and credit card payments cannot be scheduled for a future date.

Submit a meter reading

Estimated bills can be a thing of the past with our easy-to-use online meter reading feature. Click here to submit a reading without signing up for an online account.

Historical Bill Comparison

If you purchase your gas from a supplier other than National Fuel, you can compare the supplier charges with National Fuel charges. Click here to view a historical rate comparison.

Frequently Asked Questions

Need a quick answer? Click here for some of the most frequently asked questions about online services and getting started.