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Union Gas is one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for 2016 and a business unit of Spectra Energy.

Union Gas is a major Canadian natural gas storage, transmission and distribution company based in Ontario with over 100 years of experience and service to customers, assets of $7 billion and approximately 2,300 employees.

Union Gas is the second largest natural gas utility in Canada. Through a network of about 40,000 miles of distribution mainlines and service lines, and 3,000 miles of transmission pipelines, Union Gas delivers safe, reliable and affordable natural gas service to over 1.4 million residential, commercial and industrial customers in more than 400 communities across northern, southwestern and eastern Ontario.

Map of Union Gas
  •   Union Gas Distribution Area
  •   Dawn to Parkway Transmission Pipeline
  •   Natural Gas Storage
  •   Liquefied Natural Gas Storage
  •   City

The company's investments help power Ontario's economic growth and contribute to a cleaner, greener economy. The energy-efficiency programs Union Gas has pioneered are empowering its customers to use natural gas even more efficiently, resulting in lower energy bills and reduced environmental impact.

The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) is an independent Crown corporation that regulates natural gas utilities in Ontario including issuing codes, rules and guidelines for regulated entities to follow in their operations, approving and setting delivery rates and approving pipelines and facilities.

The National Energy Board (NEB) also regulates some of our Union Gas pipelines. The NEB is an independent federal agency that regulates international and interprovincial aspects of the oil, gas and electric utility industries including construction, operation, rate regulation and abandonment of pipelines that cross Provincial or International Borders. The NEB is accountable to Parliament through the Minister of Natural Resources Canada.