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Commercial Rates
Effective November 1, 2016

Full Service

Rate Classification Basic Monthly Charge ($/month) Delivery Charge ($/m3) Commodity Rate
Commercial Small
(0 to 100,000 m3/year)
38.50 0.0743 $0.1387/m3 $3.65/GJ
Commercial Large
(>100,000 to 660,000 m3 /year)
137.40 0.0647

Delivery Service

Rate Classification Basic Monthly Charge ($/month) Delivery Charge ($/m3) Commodity Rate
Commercial Small
(0 to 100,000 m3/year)
38.50 0.0743 Gas Retailer's Price*
Commercial Large
(>100,000 to 660,000 m3 /year)
137.40 0.0647

* Purchasing Natural Gas from a Gas Retailer:
Information for Customers and Gas Retailers


Minimum Bill is equal to the Basic Monthly Charge. Any taxes, levies or surcharges which may be lawfully imposed by or at the request of any municipal, provincial, or federal authority will be charged to the customer as required.
The Commodity Rate in dollars per cubic meter ($/m3) may be converted to a rate in dollars per gigajoule ($/GJ) by dividing it by SaskEnergy's forecast heating value of 0.03800 GJ/m3.

Update on Heating Value: The heating value of natural gas delivered in Saskatchewan in recent months has averaged approximately 0.03850 GJ/m3, which is higher than the forecast within SaskEnergy's Commodity Rate.

This is due to various external factors, including a higher heating value than anticipated on imports from Alberta. Less natural gas liquids are being extracted from the natural gas stream at natural gas processing plants due to lower natural gas liquids prices. In addition, more natural gas being produced within Saskatchewan is associated natural gas produced with oil, rather than conventional production. Natural gas produced with oil has a higher heating value than natural gas produced from conventional wells.

Small Industrial
Effective November 1, 2016

Full Service Customers with an annual consumption in excess of 660,000 m3 but less than 1,320,000 m3

Rate Classification Basic Monthly Charge ($/month) Delivery Charge ($/m3) Commodity Rate
First 40,000  
m3/month  
216.00 0.0430 $0.1387/m3 $3.65/GJ
all remaining  
volumes  
0.0369

Minimum Bill is equal to the Basic Monthly Charge. Any taxes, levies or surcharges which may be lawfully imposed by or at the request of any municipal, provincial, or federal authority will be charged to the customer as required.
The Commodity Rate in dollars per cubic meter ($/m3) may be converted to a rate in dollars per gigajoule ($/GJ) by dividing it by SaskEnergy's forecast heating value of 0.03800 GJ/m3.

Update on Heating Value: The heating value of natural gas delivered in Saskatchewan in recent months has averaged approximately 0.03850 GJ/m3, which is higher than the forecast within SaskEnergy's Commodity Rate.

This is due to various external factors, including a higher heating value than anticipated on imports from Alberta. Less natural gas liquids are being extracted from the natural gas stream at natural gas processing plants due to lower natural gas liquids prices. In addition, more natural gas being produced within Saskatchewan is associated natural gas produced with oil, rather than conventional production. Natural gas produced with oil has a higher heating value than natural gas produced from conventional wells.
 

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