I would like to here your thoughts on this.
I was wondering if anyone writes up the 3 foot clearance from the gas regulator and any electrical connection that can ignite that gas. If you don’t call it out, why not. It only makes sense to me that you do no want electric next to something that has the potential to release natural gas into the air.
Gas Meter Clearance
National Fuel Gas Code 54-126.96.36.199 **“Gas meters shall be located at least 3 ft. from sources of ignition.” **Ignition is considered anything that can ignite gas, such as electric motors, switches, outlets and most exhaust/vent terminations such as furnace and/or dryer vent. 3 foot clearance also applies to windows that can be opened and/or crawlspace vents.