Resources and publications

We have collected for you some technical information about natural gas and its technologies, and its regulatory environment.

Most viewed publications


Natural gas (gaseous state)
[PDF - November 2015]
Liquified natural gas (LNG)
[PDF - November 2015]
Mercaptan
[PDF - February 2016]


  October 2019 Edition
Natural gas price outlook
New renewable natural gas (RNG) producers
Update on the Régie de l'énergie RNG filing
Update on the 2019-2020 rate case
Energy efficiency and reduced consumption at BP Canada
The latest on our energy efficiency programs
Changes in C&T prices over the last three months
Carbon pricing consultations
New investment project approved by the Régie de l'énergie

 
The Express Blue Bulletin, May 2019
New rates filed with the Régie de l'énergie
  The Express Blue Bulletin, February 2019
New transportation rate in effect on March 1

January 2019 Edition
Change in natural gas prices
Distributor's Natural Gas Service Process (System Gas)
Change in cap and trade prices over the last three months
A bright future for energy efficiency programs
Are you familiar with the recommissioning program?

Transportation service
[PDF - October 2015]

Load-balancing service
[PDF - December 2006]
Inventory-related service
[PDF - October 2015]
General distribution service
[PDF - October 2015]

Conditions of service and Tariff
[PDF - 2017 March 31]

Bill components - D4 Tariff
[PDF - November 2015]
  Bill components - D5 Tariff
[PDF -November 2015]

Conversion factors
With our unit of measurement converter, you can convert gigajoules into cubic metres, cubic feet into BTU, or carry out any other conversion you need to make.

Weather calculation (hour BIN)
This calculator offers up-to-date weather data to calculate degree-day data for space heating and cooling.
  Ventilation calculator
In addition to offering up-to-date weather data, this tool allows you to determine how much natural gas your ventilation system might consume and the energy savings you could generate if you opt for heat recovery. 
  Rooftop units energy savings calculator
Use our calculator to estimate energy savings with efficient rooftop units.

Natural gas pipe sizing
Based on the formulas in sections A.3.5 and B.3.5 of CSA B149.1-10 – Natural gas and propane installation code, this calculator estimates the maximum natural gas and propane capacity specifically for plastic and schedule 40 (SCH 40) pipes. For copper tube estimates, refer to tables A.8 through A.14 and B.6 through B.10 in CSA B149.1-2010.

SPEC tool
This simulation tool was developed to calculate the energy efficiency of your steam boiler room. This is a key step to fully understanding the effectiveness of your steam boiler room and making informed decisions. Plus, you can assess the potential energy savings for five parameters (the most popular): economizers, blowdown reduction, blowdown recovery, micro-modulation and deaerator vent recovery.