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Commercial Service

Small General Firm service

Enbridge St. Lawrence Gas has seven classes of service, with different rates for each class of service. Small General Firm service is classified as Service Classification No. 2. Examples of this category of customer might include a restaurant, dry cleaners, convenience store, gas station, and so on. “Firm” service means that Enbridge St. Lawrence Gas is supplying an uninterrupted supply of gas, as the customer requires it. Small General Firm service is any application that is non-residential, or service to a residence where more than 25% of the cubic space is being used for business purposes. The complete definition of Small General Firm service is in the Enbridge St. Lawrence Gas Tariff, P.S.C. No. 3 – Gas, Leaf No. 264 - 270.

Follow these steps for gas service

  • If you wish to change the gas service to your company name, you can sign-up for service on our website. 
  • If you are requesting a new gas line to be installed, you will be asked to sign all the appropriate paperwork, including a Load Sheet that identifies the amount of natural gas you will require. You may be asked to also provide information about your equipment, hours of operation, and hours of peak usage.  Your service line is normally installed within five weeks during our construction season (May – October). 
  • Please follow this link to review our gas service requirements.

Commercial Service - Gas Price

The price our customers pay for natural gas, which can change from month to month, includes a number of different elements, such as:

  • the cost to install your gas service
  • the maintenance of your gas lines and meters
  • meter reading and billing costs
  • the cost to transport gas from its source at the well-head
  • the cost to deliver gas through a network of gas lines
  • the cost of the natural gas commodity
  • the cost to balance the Company’s daily supply with the daily demand
  • a return on the Company’s investment in capital assets to distribute gas

The unit of measure for the cost is a therm.  One therm is equivalent to 100,000 British Thermal Units (BTUs).  One BTU is the amount of heat energy needed to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.