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Just like with your electricity not everyone pays the same price for their gas even if they live in the same area and consume the amount. How could this be you ask? The simple explanation is that energy providers charge different prices and at different times of the year offer different deals on gas and electricity. So, this results in some people paying more for their gas and some people paying less. It really is then a matter of shopping around to find the best deal for you.

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Our electricity and gas comparison service is only available in states that have a deregulated electricity and gas market. Each energy provider is only able to sell energy in some regions, therefore the number of electricity and gas providers that are compared for you differs depending on where you live. In the rest of Australia, you can only purchase energy from one provider in your region.
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Just use our handy comparison tool below that automatically brings up the cheapest gas deals in Australia on offer for you. Alternatively, Contact our friendly customer service team between the hours of 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM on weekdays and they will be happy to speak to you about the cheapest gas deals on offer in Australia.

Aside from getting a cheaper electricity deal, remember to play your part in getting cheaper gas. Your daily habits and overall consumption play a part in how much you save on your gas bills. Have a read of our top tips to saving electricity.

In recent years the price of gas has risen dramatically in Australia putting quite a bit of strain on Australian households who rely on gas for their heating, cooking and hot water. However, there are still great gas deals on offer where you can save money and pay cheaper for your gas. Most energy providers emphasise their electricity offers more than their gas. But thankfully with Cheap Bills we do the work for you—find you the cheapest gas deals on offer.

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FAQs About Energy

Here are some common questions for customers wanting to switch energy providers and save on bills.

Implement the following to help conserve gas and save money on your bill:
  • Switch providers to get a better deal.
  • Use a gas heater or fireplace.
  • Use solar energy for hot water.
  • Turn heating off while you sleep.
  • Reduce hot water usage.
  • Tango Energy
  • Energy Australia
  • ActewAGL
  • Red Energy.
  • Alinta Energy.
  • Momentum Energy.
  • Lumo Energy.
  • Dodo.
  • GloBird Energy.
  • AGL
  • Simply Energy.
  • CovaU
  • 1st Energy
  • Joule= Basic Unit of Measure
  • Kilojoule = 1,000 joules
  • Megajoule =100 kilojoules (or 1,000,000 Joules)
  • Gigajoule = 1,000,000 megajoules
Most of energy providers issue gas bills Bimonthly.
Gas is extracted from underground wells in fields.
Gas is processed to remove impurities and converted into various products for sale
High pressure transmission pipelines are used to transport gas to sites for use. A network of distribution pipelines delivers gas to industrial customers, and (via gate stations) directly to consumers
Retailers purchase gas in the wholesale market, and deliver it through the transmission and distribution network to sell to consumers.
Yes, Retailers read the gas meter for each customer.
Meter Installation Registration Number. Similar to NMI, MIRN is unique number of each gas meter registered in Australia.
Bottle gas, or LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas), can be either propane or butane. These highly flammable gasses are delivered in gas bottles by the retailer and can be used as fuel for cooking, heating and hot water, in the same as way gas from the grid.
Australian gas fields in recent times haven’t been providing enough gas to satisfy their obligations. This impacts the domestic market. Gas that could have been available domestically is then sold on international markets. This keeps gas prices high.
Australia sells gas to Japan and China. In total it amounts to 2.6 million tonnes per year.
You can try the following best practices:
  • Use a more efficient water heater
  • Use a more efficient clothes washer
  • Turn your water heater down
  • Install solar panels
Russia is the world's leading exporter of gas, exporting 197.2 billion cubic meters of pipeline gas in 2020, and 40.4 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas in 2021.
Yes, you can! Electricity, is the cheapest way to heat your water through renewable energy. This includes heat pumps, solar thermal systems, and solar panels.
Yes, a gas leak even if small can cause your monthly gas bill to rise up rapidly. Contact your energy provider immediately if you suspect a gas leak and they will best advise you on the next steps to take.
The following are all signs of a natural gas leak in your home or building:
  • The smell of rotten eggs
  • Hissing sounds
  • Dead or dying plants
  • Higher than normal gas bills
Overall, gas is always cheaper to cook with. Keep in mind that gas ovens are generally slower to heat up and also control heat distribution less than electric ovens. But technology has gotten better over time and now gas ovens perform better than ever.
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