Current Residential Rates

Rate 01—Union North West

January 2021 Rates—Energy Marketer Customer

The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) has approved changes to Enbridge Gas’ rates effective Jan. 1, 2021. For a typical customer the total annual bill decrease will be $10.06. The total impact on your bill will depend on how much gas you use and the terms of your gas marketer agreement.

Click to download a PDF of January 2021 Rate 01—Union North West.

New Rates

The table below shows the new, approved rates used to calculate your natural gas bill as of January 1, 2021. The annual impacts are based on a typical Rate 01 - Union North West customer using 2,200 m³ of natural gas a year and buying gas from an energy marketer.

at January 1, 2021
increase or decrease
Customer Charge $22.87 $4.44
First 100 m³
Next 200 m³
Next 200 m³
Next 500 m³
All over 1,000 m³

9.7957 ¢/m³
9.5451 ¢/m³
9.1482 ¢/m³
8.7840 ¢/m³
8.4830 ¢/m³
Facility carbon charge
(included in Delivery on the bill)
0.0088 ¢/m³ $0.00
Transportation to Enbridge 4.6098 ¢/m³ ($19.23)
Federal Carbon Charge 5.8700 ¢/m³ $0.00
Delivery Price Adjustment 0.0000 ¢/m³ $0.00
Transportation Price
0.1078 ¢/m³ ($1.72)
Storage Charge 2.0602 ¢/m³ $0.73
Storage Price Adjustment 0.0000 ¢/m³ $0.00
Total annual impact ($10.06)

*Depending on the terms of your energy marketer contract, you may or may not be affected by Enbridge Gas' changes to transportation rates. Contact your energy marketer directly at the telephone number on your bill with questions.

Customer Charge

The customer charge increased to $22.87 a month to partially recover some of the fixed costs associated with maintaining a safe and reliable natural gas distribution system.

Delivery to You

The delivery rates that vary with consumption increased based on our forecast cost of delivering natural gas to your home or business. These charges also include a facility carbon charge associated with the operation of Enbridge Gas’ facilities to deliver natural gas to you.

Transportation to Enbridge

The transportation charge has decreased by approximately $19.23 per year for a typical customer due to lower costs for transporting natural gas.

Federal Carbon Charge

The federal carbon charge is 5.8700 ¢/m³. This charge increases annually each April. All of the money collected for this charge goes to the federal government. Visit for more information.

Gas Supply Charge

The price you pay for the natural gas you use, shown as the gas supply charge on your bill, depends on the terms of your gas marketer agreement.

Delivery Price Adjustment

The delivery price adjustment rate decreased by 0.0420 ¢/m³ to 0.0000 ¢/m³.

Transportation Price Adjustment

The transportation price adjustment rate decreased by 0.0775 ¢/m³ to 0.1078 ¢/m³ and is in effect until Dec. 31, 2021.

Storage Charge

The storage rate increased by 0.0337 ¢/m³ to 2.0602 ¢/m³ to reflect the increased cost of storing natural gas.