Natural gas is a highly dependable energy source and the best value for your energy dollar at about half the cost of oil or propane, and about 43 percent cheaper than electricity. When Enbridge Gas is your gas supplier, you pay what we pay for natural gas, without mark-up. As a distribution company, we earn our income from the distribution and storage of natural gas.

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    The price of natural gas is determined in an open market by supply and demand. We buy gas throughout the year to reduce price movement.

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    We review and adjust our rates in January, April, July and October to reflect changes in the market price of natural gas.

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    All customers are billed a fixed customer charge that includes the costs of maintaining a safe gas distribution system 24 hours a day, every day, even if you purchase your gas supply from an energy marketer.

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    As part of the federal government’s carbon pricing program, a carbon charge applies to fossil fuels sold in Ontario. Learn more about the federal carbon charge.

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    The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) reviews and approves all our delivery costs and gas rates to ensure that the rates we pass on to you are fair and reasonable.

You have questions. We have answers.

We're doing everything we can to keep you informed and make it easier to manage your natural gas bills. From tips and rebates that can lower your energy use to payment plans that make budgeting easier, we're here for you.

Get your questions answered

View your natural gas rates

Your natural gas rates are determined by where you are geographically located. Enter your postal code to open a PDF of the current rate information for your area.

If you purchase your natural gas supplies from an energy marketer, the price you pay for your gas depends on the terms of your contract. Customers served by an energy marketer can find their rate notices below.

Note: For customers connecting to natural gas in new communities or new expansion areas, an additional surcharge may apply.

Frequently asked questions

Visit our frequently asked questions for more information on our rates and rate changes, why they change and what’s included in the different charges on your bill.

How to reduce energy costs at home

There are lots of simple changes you can make at home that require little-to-no investment. Explore our helpful guides to see where you can make improvements and how to get expert help for bigger upgrades.

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    Set your thermostat at 20℃ during the day and 17℃ at night or when you’re away. Install a smart thermostat—it adjusts automatically to save energy and get $75 off today!

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    Fix leaky faucets—a slight drip can fill two and a half bathtubs (800 litres) over a month.

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    Buy door sweeps to skirt door frames and prevent drafts from leaking out from under the door.

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    A typical home loses as much as 40 percent of its energy costs through tiny cracks. Get up to $10,000 back through our Home Efficiency Rebate Plus program for attic, foundation, wall and exposed floor insulation upgrades.

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    Install low-flow showerheads and faucet aerators to cut hot water use in half without sacrificing pressure.

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    Going away? Set your water heater to vacation mode or lower the temperature a few degrees.

Make an informed decision – retail energy marketers

When it comes to buying natural gas, you have choices - you can purchase natural gas from Enbridge Gas or from a retail energy marketer. Even if you purchase from an energy marketer, we will continue to be the ones delivering the natural gas to your home, safely and reliably.

Energy marketers are independent businesses licensed by the OEB, however their pricing options are not regulated by the OEB. If you purchase your natural gas supplies from an energy marketer, the price you pay for your gas depends on the terms of your contract. Always know the terms and conditions of any contract you sign – the price offered, exit conditions, cancellation fees and renewal options.

Visit the OEB website for information on energy marketers and their Code of Conduct.

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