How to pay your bill
Enjoy the convenience of pre-authorized payments.
Sign-up and your balance due will be automatically withdrawn from your bank account on your due date.
To sign up for PAP login to your online profile and navigate to the manage my account tab.
Credit card payment
Pay your Enbridge bill by credit card using KUBRA EZ-PAY. MasterCard, VISA or VISA Debit are accepted.
A charge of 1.75% of the total payment will apply and will appear as a separate item on your credit card statement. The payment amount cannot exceed $5,000 and you are responsible for ensuring that Enbridge receives your payment on time.
To complete your payment, sign up for an online account with KUBRA EZ-PAY, and have your credit card details, payment amount and Enbridge Gas account number.
You can pay your Enbridge bill directly from your bank through your online banking website:
Need help paying your balance? We can help.
Payment arrangements allow you to make installment payments against your balance and prevent collection activity on your account. Based on your account status, you can choose the number of installments, amounts, and payment dates.
Log in or register for an online profile and navigate to the Manage My Account tab to set up an arrangement. This option will only display if your account is eligible.
Send a cheque or money order (no cash)
Enbridge Gas PO Box 644 Scarborough, ON M1K 5H1
Cheques should be made payable to "Enbridge" and include your account number on the front of your cheque.
Low-income energy assistance program
Low-income energy consumers having trouble paying their bills may qualify for Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) emergency relief to avoid having their service disconnected.
LEAP provides emergency relief with a one-time financial grant of up to $500 for eligible low-income customers. This amount is applied directly to your gas bill and will vary based on account circumstances.
To apply for LEAP contact:United Way Simcoe Muskoka
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For more information, visit the Ontario Energy Board's website