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Category Archives: Natural Gas Utility Regulation and Commodity Deregulation
(June 8, 2018) Regulatory principles in Ontario’s gas sector are being eroded and the costs will start to mount for customers.
How does the application from Ontario’s two largest gas utilities to merge compare to other mergers from around North America? Read Energy Probe Research Foundation’s evidence submitted to the Ontario Energy Board. Continue reading
(August 3, 2016) Rather than ensure the costs of Ontario’s cap and trade program are fully transparent to natural gas customers, the Ontario Energy Board has decided to lump them in with other delivery charges.
(May 17, 2016) $7-billion plan seeks to phase out natural gas.
(July 2, 2015) A move to expand the province’s natural gas system will result in higher bills for current and future customers.
(October 9, 2004) Like a lot of homeowners, Bill Harang cringes when he opens his natural gas bill. “It just shocks me when I look at the bottom line,” says the Bowmanville, Ont., resident, who has watched his heating costs soar since he bought his three-bedroom townhouse in the late eighties. Continue reading
(January 23, 2003) In the matter of section 36 of the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998, S.O. c.15, Sched. B, as amended; and in the matter of an Application by Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc. for an Order or Orders approving or fixing rates for the sale, distribution, transmission and storage of gas. Continue reading
(Nov. 2, 2002) The Ontario government has admitted it failed to protect consumers by ordering a review of the agency responsible for overseeing the new, competitive electricity market, representatives of the opposition parties charged yesterday. Continue reading