Whether you are a new, potential or existing customer, we have many resources to help familiarize you with our extensive storage and transportation services.
Enbridge Gas operates the Dawn Hub, one of North America's most liquid natural gas trading hubs. Strategically located in southwestern Ontario, the Dawn Hub provides direct access to North America's major supply basins, including abundant and affordable natural gas supplies in the Utica and Marcellus producing regions.
As a partner with Enbridge Gas, our pipeline assets, proximity to major natural gas transportation paths, and underground natural gas storage that offers flexibility and unmatched reliability, can help your business succeed.
- About the Dawn Hub
- Service area and pipeline maps
- Getting started with Enbridge Gas Storage & Transportation Services
- Nomination cycles
- Standard contracts and agreements
- Storage and Transportation invoice and payment options
- Unit of measure conversion information
- Email notification service subscription form
If you are a U.S. business wanting to do business in Canada
We have compiled the following information to help you understand import and export requirements, and external organizations to contact for further assistance.
Enbridge Gas may be able to provide some information with respect to expanding operations into Ontario. Contact us for further information.
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
Generally, the DOE requires that prior to the export of natural gas to Canada, a permit or authorization for gas exports from the United States into Canada be obtained. After receipt of the permit or authorization, on an ongoing basis (usually monthly), the DOE may require the permit holder to report the quantities of gas exported, the locations of export, and the value of the natural gas exported. This reporting is usually accomplished through the use of email submissions.
Please visit the DOE website for more information.
Canada Energy Regulator (CER)
Generally, the CER requires that, prior to the export of natural gas to the United States, a permit or authorization for gas exports from Canada into the U.S. be obtained.
After receipt of the permit or authorization, on an ongoing basis (usually monthly), the CER may require the permit holder to report the quantity of gas exported, the locations of export, as well as the transportation and commodity value of the gas exported. This reporting is usually accomplished through the use of Excel files and fax or courier submissions. The CER does not currently accept electronic submissions.
Please visit the CER website for more information.