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By: k5 | posted in Reviews |
Date: September 26th, 2010

Enbridge natural gas bill page 1 of 3

If you are with Enbridge paying your natural gas at variable rate, this is the Enbridge gas bill you will receive.

Enbridge gas bill page 1 of 3

1. Invoice Date: We prepared and mailed your current invoice on this date.

2. Account Number: Use this number whenever you phone, write or email us with a question, or to make a payment.

3. Service At: This section specifies where gas was provided or where work was done.

4. Delivery to You: The “Delivery to You” charge includes the costs to safely and reliably delivery the natural gas to your home or business.

5. Transportation to Enbridge: The “Transportation to Enbridge” charge includes the cost of transporting natural gas from Western Canada and the United States to Ontario.

If you have a contract with a natural gas marketer, the arrangements made by your marketer will determine whether the “Transportation To Enbridge” charge is shown with your marketer’s charges or, alternatively, with your Enbridge Gas Distribution charges.

6. Gas Supply Charge: This charge will vary with both the current cost of gas and the amount you use. If you purchase your gas from a marketer or broker, their name and number will appear with this amount.

7. Total This Billing: This total represents all charges during this billing period.

8. Total Effective Gas Supply Rate: This information allows you to compare your billing rates to the cost of natural gas per cubic metre(¢/m³).

9. Emergencies: You can call this number 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to report an emergency, such as the smell of gas, a damaged pipeline, suspected carbon monoxide, a natural gas fire or explosion, a loud noise when your furnace turns on, or an inability to turn your furnace off.

10. Billing or Moving: Please call this number at least 48 hours before moving to make arrangements, or complete your move online. For enquiries about amounts billed, our Budget Billing Plan or Pre-Authorized Payment, rate information and meter reading, please call Monday to Friday between 8 AM and 6 PM.

11. Inspections or Meter Work: Please call this number if you need to schedule an inspection of newly installed natural gas equipment or a re-inspection of natural gas appliances that were previously shut off for safety reasons. Also, call this number if you need to have a meter replaced, moved or shut off.

12. Rate: This amount will indicate whether you are a residential (rate 1) customer or a commercial/industrial (rate 6) customer. To make sure you receive the correct rate, please let us know about any equipment changes that may affect your gas usage.

13. Meter Number: This is the number your meter has been assigned. Each meter is assigned a number for internal purposes.

14. Readings: We use your previous and current meter readings to measure or estimate your gas consumption during the billing period. Actual charges are determined by a meter reading. Estimated charges are based on known installed equipment, past usage of gas and weather conditions during each billing period.

15. Billing Period Days: This line indicates the number of days your bill covers.

16. Atmospheric Pressure Factor: We use this factor to adjust for the affects of atmospheric pressure in your region on measured volumes. Metric conversion factor: 100 cubic feet (1 CCF) equals 2.8262 cubic meters (m³).

17. Comparing Your Gas Consumption: This graph compares your gas consumption between this year and last year at the same time. If for any period a meter fails to register gas supplied, we will estimate the quantity of gas supplied during that time.

Enbridge natural gas bill page 1 of 3 (energy broker aka alternative gas & electricity supplier)

This is the Enbridge bill you will receive if you sign-up for a fixed rate contract with an energy broker aka alternative gas & electricity supplier. Here is a list of all major energy brokers or alternative gas & electricity suppliers throughout Canada.

Energy broker - aka alternative gas & electricity supplier page 1 of 3

1. Invoice Date: Enbridge prepared your current invoice on this date.

2. Account Number: Use this number whenever you phone, write or email Enbridge with a question or to make a payment.

3. Service At: This section specifies where gas was provided or work was done.

4. Amount Previously Billed Section: This section combines the balance-forward and past-due amounts. It includes all adjustments and payments since your last bill.

5. Gas Charges This Billing: This amount combines gas used during the current billing period with all customer, delivery, transportation and gas-supply charges.

6. Gas Charges Billed to Date: This total represents the gas you’ve been billed for since September (or from the date you moved in, if later than September). It also includes all customer, delivery, transportation and gas-supply charges.

7. Installments Billed to Date: This total applies only to Budget Billing Plan customers. It combines each of your monthly billing installments since September (or since you joined the program).

8. BBP Balance: This amount applies only to Enbridge’s Budget Billing Plan customers. It represents the difference between the cost of gas billed to date and the equal payments billed to date.

9. Amount Due Now: This specifies the amount you must pay before the Late Payment Effective Date to avoid a late-payment charge.

10. Service At: This section specifies where gas was provided or where work was done.

11. Account Number: Use this number whenever you phone, write or email Enbridge with a question, or to make a payment.

12. Amount Due Now: This is a total of your current charges, adjustments and past-due amounts that appear in the description area of your bill.

13. Late Payment Effective Date: To avoid late-payment charges, please pay your bill by this date. See your bill’s Late Payment Charge section for more details.

14. Amount Paid: This indicates the amount you are paying at this time. You should only complete this area if you are not paying the total amount billed.

15. Mailing Address: Enbridge send the bill to this address, which may differ from the “service” address.

16. Stub: The “stub” refers to the bottom portion of your bill, which you should include with a cheque payment.

Enbridge natural gas bill page 2 of 3

If you are with Enbridge paying your natural gas at variable rate, this is the Enbridge gas bill you will receive.

Enbridge gas bill page 2 of 3

17. Invoice Date: Enbridge prepared and mailed your current invoice on this date.

18. Account Number: Use this number whenever you phone, write or email Enbridge with a question, or to make a payment.

19. Service At: This section specifies where gas was provided or where work was done.

20. Delivery to You: The “Delivery to You” charge includes the costs to safely and reliably delivery the natural gas to your home or business.

21. Transportation to Enbridge: The “Transportation to Enbridge” charge includes the cost of transporting natural gas from Western Canada and the United States to Ontario.

If you have a contract with a natural gas marketer, the arrangements made by your marketer will determine whether the “Transportation To Enbridge” charge is shown with your marketer’s charges or, alternatively, with your Enbridge Gas Distribution charges.

22. Gas Supply Charge: This charge will vary with both the current cost of gas and the amount you use. If you purchase your gas from a marketer or broker, their name and number will appear with this amount.

23. Cost Adjustment Fee:

24. Total This Billing: This total represents all charges during this billing period.

25. Total Effective Gas Supply Rate: This information allows you to compare your billing rates to the cost of natural gas per cubic metre(¢/m³).

26. Emergencies: You can call this number 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to report an emergency, such as the smell of gas, a damaged pipeline, suspected carbon monoxide, a natural gas fire or explosion, a loud noise when your furnace turns on, or an inability to turn your furnace off.

27. Billing or Moving: Please call this number at least 48 hours before moving to make arrangements, or complete your move online. For enquiries about amounts billed, Enbridge’s Budget Billing Plan or Pre-Authorized Payment, rate information and meter reading, please call Enbridge Monday to Friday between 8 AM and 6 PM.

28. Inspections or Meter Work: Please call this number if you need to schedule an inspection of newly installed natural gas equipment or a re-inspection of natural gas appliances that were previously shut off for safety reasons. Also, call this number if you need to have a meter replaced, moved or shut off.

29. Rate: This amount will indicate whether you are a residential (rate 1) customer or a commercial/industrial (rate 6) customer. To make sure you receive the correct rate, please let Enbridge know about any equipment changes that may affect your gas usage.

30. Meter Number: This is the number your meter has been assigned. Each meter is assigned a number for internal purposes.

31. Readings: Enbridge use your previous and current meter readings to measure or estimate your gas consumption during the billing period. Actual charges are determined by a meter reading. Estimated charges are based on known installed equipment, past usage of gas and weather conditions during each billing period.

32. Billing Period Days: This line indicates the number of days your bill covers.

33. Atmospheric Pressure Factor: Enbridge use this factor to adjust for the affects of atmospheric pressure in your region on measured volumes. Metric conversion factor: 100 cubic feet (1 CCF) equals 2.8262 cubic meters (m³).

34. Comparing Your Gas Consumption: This graph compares your gas consumption between this year and last year at the same time. If for any period a meter fails to register gas supplied, Enbridge will estimate the quantity of gas supplied during that time.

Enbridge natural gas bill page 2 of 3 (energy broker – aka alternative gas & electricity supplier)

This is the Enbridge bill you will receive if you sign-up for a fixed rate contract with an energy broker aka alternative gas & electricity supplier. Here is a list of all major energy brokers or alternative gas & electricity suppliers throughout Canada.

Energy broker - aka alternative gas & electricity supplier page 2 of 3

! Gas Marketer Banner This banner creates a division between your Enbridge Gas Distribution charges and your gas marketer charges. For questions about items that appear below the banner, a phone number you use to contact your gas marketer will be displayed here.

17. Invoice Date Enbridge prepared and mailed your current invoice on this date.

18. Account Number Use this number whenever you phone, write or email Enbridge with a question, or to make a payment.

19. Service At This section specifies where gas was provided or where work was done.

20. Delivery to You The “Delivery to You” charge includes the costs to safely and reliably delivery the natural gas to your home or business.

21. Transportation to Enbridge The “Transportation to Enbridge” charge includes the cost of transporting natural gas from Western Canada and the United States to Ontario.

If you have a contract with a natural gas marketer, the arrangements made by your marketer will determine whether the “Transportation To Enbridge” charge is shown with your marketer’s charges or, alternatively, with your Enbridge Gas Distribution charges.

22. Gas Supply Charge This charge will vary with both the current cost of gas and the amount you use. If you purchase your gas from a marketer or broker, their name and number will appear with this amount.

23. Cost Adjustment Fee

24. Total This Billing This total represents all charges during this billing period.

25. Total Effective Gas Supply Rate This information allows you to compare your billing rates to the cost of natural gas per cubic metre(¢/m³).

26. Emergencies You can call this number 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to report an emergency, such as the smell of gas, a damaged pipeline, suspected carbon monoxide, a natural gas fire or explosion, a loud noise when your furnace turns on, or an inability to turn your furnace off.

27. Billing or Moving Please call this number at least 48 hours before moving to make arrangements, or complete your move online. For inquiries about amounts billed, our Enbridge’s Budget Billing Plan or Pre-Authorized Payment, rate information and meter reading, please call Enbridge Monday to Friday between 8 AM and 6 PM.

28. Inspections or Meter Work Please call this number if you need to schedule an inspection of newly installed natural gas equipment or a re-inspection of natural gas appliances that were previously shut off for safety reasons. Also, call this number if you need to have a meter replaced, moved or shut off.

29. Rate This amount will indicate whether you are a residential (rate 1) customer or
a commercial/industrial (rate 6) customer. To make sure you receive the correct rate, please let Enbridge know about any equipment changes that may affect your gas usage.

30. Meter Number This is the number your meter has been assigned. Each meter is assigned a number for internal purposes.

31. Readings Enbridge use your previous and current meter readings to measure or estimate
your gas consumption during the billing period. Actual charges are determined by a meter reading. Estimated charges are based on known installed equipment, past usage of gas and weather conditions during each billing period.

32. Billing Period Days This line indicates the number of days your bill covers.

33. Atmospheric Pressure Factor Enbridge use this factor to adjust for the affects of atmospheric pressure in your region on measured volumes. Metric conversion factor: 100 cubic feet (1 CCF) equals 2.8262 cubic meters (m³).

34. Comparing Your Gas Consumption This graph compares your gas consumption between this year and last year at the same time. If for any period a meter fails to register gas supplied, Enbridge will estimate the quantity of gas supplied during that time.

Enbridge natural gas bill page 3 of 3

Enbridge gas bill page 3 of 3

35. Invoice Date: We prepared and mailed our current invoice on this date.

36. Account Number: Use this number whenever you phone, write or email us with a question or to make a payment.

37. Service At: This section specifies where gas was provided or where work was done.

38. Charges from Other Companies: Inquiries about any items on this page should be directed to the company listed. Contact information is listed above on the right side of the page.

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