Welcome to Cochrane Lake Gas Co-op

Cochrane Lake Gas Co-Op Ltd. has been serving it's members for more than 40 years and, we would be pleased to add you to our growing list of satisfied members.

In addition to being environmentally friendly and increasing the value of your property, clean-burning natural gas is a convenient, safe, and reliable choice that is considerably lower in cost when compared to heating with propane, oil, or electricity.

Please contact our office to sign-up for Cochrane Lake Gas Co-op Ltd. natural gas services today.


Cochrane Lake Gas Co-Op Ltd. (CLGC) was incorporated in July 1972 by ten founding directors who had the desire to bring natural gas to their rural community. The Co-Op was formed under the auspices of the Alberta Co-Operatives Act which was superseded by the Alberta Rural Utilities Act in 1985.

Our Service Area

Cochrane Lake Gas Co-Op's franchise area spans roughly 744 square miles - North from Ghost Lake, up through Waiparous to the Burnt Timber, Water Valley and Fallen Timber areas, and east from the Rocky Mountain Forest Reserve boundary to the Bethel area west of Carstairs, south through the Madden, Lochend and Bearspaw areas, down to the northern side of Cochrane's town limits.

Underground Utilities Location

Call before you dig.
Call Alberta 1Call @ 1-800-242-3447
OR Fax @ 1-800-940-3447
To submit Locate Requests online, visit: www.alberta1call.com

Alberta 1 Call is a no-charge service. Please provide at least two full working days notice prior to the start of your project. Ensure your safety and the safety of others during your excavation / ground-disturbance operations. It is important that you know what utilities/facilities may be buried beneath the surface of the ground you are about to excavate. Whether you are digging a basement for your new home, building a road, planting/removing trees or installing fence posts, you are required to call ALBERTA ONE CALL before you dig.

Remember, you could be liable for damage to any underground facilities caused by your operations.

Just one quick call to Alberta 1 Call could save you a costly, hazardous line hit.