Rate T2 is for commercial or industrial customers that consume more than 140,870 m3 of natural gas each day (contract demand). To qualify for Rate T2, the customers' facilities can be a combination of firm and interruptible, provided the sum of firm daily contracted demand at all consumption point(s) meets the 140,870 m3 requirement. T2 customers must manage their own storage account.
Rate T2 customers are some of Enbridge Gas’ largest customers. These customers typically use natural gas for process applications and as a feedstock – such as power generators, refineries, large hospitals, and petrochemical, steel and fertilizer plants. Rate T2 customers are required to sign a distribution contract with Enbridge Gas.
Special conditions for Rate T2
A non-obligated supply option may be available for new and existing Rate T2 customers (excludes power generation customers with new or incremental demands in excess of 1,200,000 m3/day) as identified in the policy: Daily Contract Quantity (DCQ) greater than 1,200,000 m3/day -- Union Gas South.
- Contract (Contract cover - includes signatory page)
- Contract parameters (Schedule 1 provides specific details, i.e. daily usage, that were agreed to between Enbridge Gas and the customer)
- Supplemental services parameters (Schedule 1a provides the means to contract for market-priced storage and/or deliverability)
- T1 or T2 Specific Terms and Conditions (Schedule 2 provides the terms and conditions specific to the service)
- General Terms and Conditions (Generic working rules for all in-franchise contracts and are the terms that are common to all North and South in-franchise services).
- Daily Contract Quantity (DCQ) greater than 1,200,000 m3/day -- Union South
This policy will ensure consistent and fair treatment for setting and changing a T2/T3 customer's Daily Contract Quantity (DCQ) for customers that are eligible to choose the Firm Billing Contract Demand (FBCD).
- Obligated Daily Contract Quantity (DCQ) -- Union South (Currently in effect)
This policy ensures equitable treatment for setting and changing a customer's Daily Contract Quantity (DCQ).
- Priority of Service
This policy provides information regarding the processing of interruptions or scheduling reductions, to interruptible services, when requested services exceed available capacity under normal operating conditions.
- Service Switching
This policy ensures equitable treatment of customer requests to move between any of Union Gas' four services: Sales Service, Bundled-T, Transportation Service or Unbundled Service.
- Temporarily Changing Existing Customer Obligated Points of Receipt
This policy applies to all existing Bundled-T and T-Service direct purchase customers in Union Gas' Southern operations area.
- South Storage Allocation Policy
This policy provides information on the cost-based storage space and deliverability available to customers in Union South rate zone.