ÉQUILIBRAGE Frais d'entreposage :

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Société en commandite Gaz Métro

Coût de l'équilibrage pour la période de 12 mois se terminant le 30 septembre 2011 en considérant les modifications tarifaires de Union Gas au 1 er

janvier 2011 et de TCPL au 1 er

novembre 2010

(000 $)

No de ligne Description

Ratio

Espace Pointe

Dossier tarifaire

2011 avant modification tarifaire

(1)

Application du nouveau tarif à

(2) toute l'année

Coût annualisé

Modification annualisée

(3)

Application du nouveau tarif à compter du 1 er

janvier 2011

Coût effectif

(4)

Modification effective

(5)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

ÉQUILIBRAGE

Frais d'entreposage :

- Gaz d'entreposage souterrain à Dawn

- Usine de LSR

- Gaz d'entreposage souterrain-Intragaz

- Gaz d'entreposage souterrain-St-Flavien

Frais de transport :

- Service STS - Dawn/Parkway/Franchise

- Service SH - Dawn/Franchise

- Service SH - Dawn/Parkway/Franchise

- Frais de transport applicable aux achats à Dawn

- Vente d'outils de transport SH

a priori

15

16

17

18

19

Optimisation des outils d'équilibrage :

- Revenus de prêt d'espace

- Revenus d'échange et cessions d'optimisation

- Revenus pour STS-RAM

- Transfert de la perte sur les ventes de transport

excédentaire

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

Amortissement des frais reportés :

- Transport gaz coussin

- Écart de revenu

- Frais d'équilibrage transférés de

la fourniture

- Pass-on sur frais d'équilibrage de pointe

- Pass-on sur frais d'équilibrage d'espace

28

Équilibrage

55,0% 45,0%

0,0% 100,0%

48,8% 51,2%

100,0% 0,0%

14 999 $

4 494 $

4 568 $

19 578 $

43 640 $

51,9%

100,0%

100,0%

100,0%

100,0%

48,1%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

37 731 $

20 405 $

11 635 $

(46 534) $

$

23 237 $

100,0%

100,0%

100,0%

100,0%

100,0%

100,0%

0,0%

0,0%

(1 200) $

(2 700) $

0,0% (2 000) $

0,0% 3 749 $

(2 151) $

0,0%

0,0%

455 $

(5 316) $

100,0% 0,0%

0,0% 100,0%

100,0% 0,0%

(3 957) $

994 $

2 840 $

(4 985) $

59 740 $

29

30

31

32

Report de la modification tarifaire :

- Frais de pointe

- Frais d'espace

33

Équilibrage après le report des réductions

0,0% 100,0%

100,0% 0,0%

-

-

-

$

$

$

59 740 $

14 999 $

4 494 $

4 568 $

19 578 $

43 640 $

37 631 $

20 518 $

11 599 $

(46 534) $

$

23 215 $

(1 200) $

(2 700) $

(2 000) $

3 749 $

(2 151) $

455 $

(5 316) $

(3 957) $

994 $

2 840 $

(4 985) $

59 719 $

48 $

(26) $

22 $

59 740 $

-

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

$

(100) $

114 $

(36) $

-

-

$

$

(22) $

-

-

-

$

$

$

-

-

$

$

-

-

$

$

-

-

-

$

$

$

(22) $

48 $

(26) $

22 $

$

14 999 $

4 494 $

4 568 $

19 578 $

43 640 $

37 692 $

20 509 $

11 622 $

(46 534) $

$

23 289 $

(1 200) $

(2 700) $

(2 000) $

3 749 $

(2 151) $

455 $

(5 316) $

(3 957) $

994 $

2 840 $

(4 985) $

59 793 $

19 $

(71) $

(53) $

59 740 $

-

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

$

(39) $

104 $

(13) $

-

-

$

$

53 $

-

-

-

$

$

$

-

-

$

$

-

-

$

$

-

-

-

-

$

$

$

$

53 $

19 $

(71) $

(53) $

$

34

35

Pointe

Espace

36

Équilibrage

32 725 $

27 015 $

59 740 $

32 725 $

27 015 $

59 740 $

-

-

$

$

$

32 725 $

27 015 $

59 740 $

-

-

$

$

$

Original : 2010.12.20

Annexe A

Société en Commandite Gaz Métro

Sommaire du report des changements tarifaires de Union Gas et de TCPL pour la période de 12 mois se terminant le 30 septembre 2011 en considérant les rétroactivités pour l'année 2009

(000 $)

No de

Ligne

1

2

3

4

7

8

5

6

9

Montant

Disposition des comptes de frais reportés de Union Gas relatives à l'année 2009

Tarif du service d'entreposage et de transport M12

Service de transport ferme C1

Montant reçu de Union Gas en novembre 2010 et imputé dans un compte de frais reportés portant intérêts

Hausse des coûts d'équilibrage en 2010 découlant des changements tarifaires de Union Gas et de TCPL

Service d'entreposage

Hausse des coûts en 2010 reportée et imputée dans un compte de frais reportés portant intérêts

Total du report (ligne 4 + ligne 8)

(57) $

(1) $

(58) $

53 $

53 $

(5) $

Original : 2010.12.20

Annexe B

Commission de l’énergie de l’Ontario

Ontario Energy

Board

EB-2010-0148

IN THE MATTER OF

the

Ontario Energy Board Act

,

1998, S.O. 1998, c.15, Sched. B;

AND IN THE MATTER OF

an Application by Union Gas

Limited for an Order or Orders fixing just and reasonable rates and other charges for the sale, distribution, transmission and storage of gas effective January 1,

2011.

BEFORE:

Paul Sommerville

Presiding Member

Karen Taylor

Member

DECISION AND RATE ORDER

Union Gas Limited (“Union”) filed an Application dated September 15, 2010 with the

Ontario Energy Board (the “Board”) under section 36 of the

Ontario Energy Board Act,

1998,

S.O. c.15, Sched. B, as amended, for an order of the Board approving or fixing rates for the distribution, transmission, and storage of natural gas, effective January 1,

2011. The Board assigned docket number EB-2010-0148 to the Application and issued a Notice of Application on September 22, 2010. Union’s Application was pursuant to the annual rate setting incentive regulation mechanism approved by the Board in the EB-

2007-0606 proceeding.

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Ontario Energy Board

On September 23, 2010 Union filed evidence and a draft rate order in support of its

Application. On October 20, 2010 the Board issued Procedural Order No.1 which included the timeline for the filing of interrogatories and interrogatory responses, the convening of a Settlement Conference on November 8, 2010, and the hearing of any

Settlement Proposal filed by the parties on November 18, 2010.

Following the Settlement Conference held on November 8, 2010, a Settlement

Agreement was filed with the Board on November 11, 2010. The Settlement Agreement indicated that a complete settlement was reached on all issues by all parties who took part in the Settlement Conference with the exception of TransCanada Energy who took no position on all issues.

By Procedural Order No. 2 dated November 15, 2010, the Board cancelled the

November 18, 2010 oral hearing to review the Settlement Agreement. The Board in its

Decision and Order, dated November 16, 2010, accepted the Settlement Agreement and ordered Union to file a Draft Rate Order reflecting the Settlement Agreement.

Parties were given five working days to make comments on the Draft Rate Order. One letter of comment was received from London Property Management Association indicating that the Draft Rate Order accurately reflected the Settlement Agreement. No other submissions were filed pertaining to the Draft Rate Order.

This Rate Order represents the implementation in rates of the amounts that were approved by the Board in its November 16, 2010 Decision and Order. The Board accepts the rates as filed based on the supporting working papers and schedules.

THE BOARD THEREFORE ORDERS THAT:

1. The rate changes set out in Appendix “A” and the rate schedules set out in

Appendix “B” are approved effective January 1, 2011. Union shall implement these rates on the first billing cycle on or after January 1, 2011.

2. The Monthly Charge in Rate M1 and Rate 01 shall increase from $19 to $20 effective January 1, 2011.

3.

5.

6.

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Ontario Energy Board

In accordance with the EB-2007-0606 Decision dated July 31, 2008, Union will pass on to ratepayers through a "Z factor" adjustment 50% of the tax reductions that will be applicable to Union during the Incentive Regulation term.

4. The rates pursuant to all contracts for interruptible service under Rates 25, M5A,

M7, and T1 shall be adjusted by the amounts set out in Appendix "C". Union shall implement 2010 changes in rates on the first billing cycle after January 1, 2011.

Union shall charge the fees as set out in Appendix "E” for non-energy charges.

Union shall maintain the following deferral accounts in accordance with Appendix

“F”

179-26

179-70

Deferred Customer Rebates/Charges

Short-term Storage and Other Balancing Services

179-72

179-75

179-100

Long-term Peak Storage Services

Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism

TCPL Tolls and Fuel - Northern and Eastern Operations

Area

Unbundled Services Unauthorized Storage Overrun 179-103

179-105

179-106

179-107

North Purchase Gas Variance Account

South Purchase Gas Variance Account

Spot Gas Variance Account

Unabsorbed Demand Cost (UDC) Variance Account 179-108

179-109

179-111

179-112

179-113

Inventory Revaluation Account

Demand Side Management Variance Account

Gas Distribution Access Rule (GDAR) Costs

Late Payment Penalty Litigation

179-115

179-117

179-118

179-120

179-121

179-122

Shared Savings Mechanism

Carbon Dioxide Offset Credits

Average Use Per Customer

IFRS Conversion Charges

Cumulative Under Recovery – St. Clair Transmission Line

Impact of Removing St. Clair Transmission Line from Rates

7.

- 4 -

Ontario Energy Board

Union shall establish a deferral account to record the incremental Input Tax Credits on distribution revenue requirement items that were previously subject to PST and have now become subject to HST. Further, Union shall establish a deferral account to track the revenues and costs associated with Union participating in

Conservation and Demand Side Management initiatives.

DATED

at Toronto, November 29, 2010.

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD

Original signed by

Kirsten Walli

Board Secretary

(A)

o

U110ngas

Effective

2011-01-01

Rate C1

Page 1of 2

CROSS FRANCHISE TRANSPORTATION RATES

Applicability

To a Shipper who enters into a Contract with Union for delivery by Shipper of gas to Union at one of Union's points listed below for redelivery by Union to Shipper at one of Union's points.

Applicable Points (1)

Ojibway

St. Clair

Dawn*

Parkway

Kirkwall

Bluewater

(2)

WDA

NDA

SSMDA

SWDA

CDA

EDA

*includes Dawn (TCPL), Dawn Facilities, Dawn (Tecumseh), Dawn (Vector) and Dawn (TSLE)

(8)

(C)

Services

Transportation Service under this rate schedule is transportation on Union's pipeline facilities between any two Points as specified in Section (A), column 1.

Rates

The identified rates (excluding gas supply charges, if applicable) represent maximum prices for service. These rates may change periodically. Multi-year prices may also be negotiated, which may be higher than the identified rates.

Transportation Service:

Monthly

Demand Charge

(applied to daily contract demand)

Rate/GJ a) Firm Transportation

Between:

St.Clair & Dawn

Ojibway & Dawn

Bluewater & Dawn

From:

Parkway to Kirkwall

Parkway to Dawn

Dawn to Kirkwall

Dawn to Parkway

$0.971

$0.971

$0.971

$0.545

$0.545

$1.985

$2.332

b) Interruptible and Short Term (1 year or less) Firm Transportation:

Maximum

If Union supplies fuel

Commodity Charge

Apr.1-0ct.31

Rate/GJ

$0.021

$0.027

$0.021

$0.021

$0.021

$0.030

$0.030

$75.00

Commodity Charges

Nov.1-Mar.31

Rate/GJ

$0.025

$0.031

$0.025

$0.019

$0,019

$0,065

$0.065

$75.00

c) Firm Transportation between two points within Dawn

Dawn to Dawn-Vector

Dawn to Dawn-TCPL

$0.042

$0.220

n/a n/a n/a n/a d) Interruptible Transportation between two points within Dawn*

*includes Dawn (TCPL), Dawn Facilities, Dawn (Tecumseh), Dawn (Vector) and Dawn (TSLE)

If Shipper supplies fuel

Fuel Ratio

Apr.1-0ct.31

~

0.352%

0.496%

0.352%

0.353%

0.353%

0.517%

0.517%

0.205%

0.328%

0.328%

Nov.1-Mar.31

~

0.431%

0.566%

0.431%

0.328%

0.328%

1.136%

1.136% n/a

0.638%

0.328%

o

Lnlongas

Effective

2011-01-01

Rate C1

Page 2 of 2

(C) Rates (Cont'd)

Authorized Overrun:

The following Overrun rates are applied to any quantities transported in excess of the Contract parameters. Overrun will be authorized at Union's sole discretion.

a) Firm Transportation

Between:

St.Clair & Dawn

Ojibway & Dawn

Bluewater & Dawn

From:

Parkway to Kirkwall

Parkway to Dawn

Dawn to Kirkwall

Dawn to Parkway b) Firm Transportation within Dawn

Dawn to Dawn-Vector

Dawn to Dawn-TCPL

If Union supplies fuel

Commodity Charge

Apr.1-0ct.31

Rate/GJ

Nov.1-Mar,31

Rate/GJ

$0.052

$0.060

$0.052

$0.058

$0.065

$0.058

$0.017

$0.017

$0.073

$0.084

$0.015

$0.015

$0.108

$0.118

nfa nfa nfa nfa

Apr.1-0ct.31

~

Commodity Charges

If Shipper supplies fuel

Fuel Ratio

Nov.1-Mar.31

~

0.352%

0.496%

0.352%

0.431%

0.566%

0.431%

0.947%

0.947%

1.112%

1.112%

0.923%

0.923%

1.731%

1.731%

0.438%

0.328% nfa

0.638%

Commodity

Charge

Rate/GJ

$0.032

$0.032

$0.032

$0.018

$0.018

$0.065

$0.077

$0.001

$0.007

Authorized overrun for short-term firm transportation is available at negotiated rates.

Unauthorized Overrun:

The Unauthorized Overrun rate shall be the higher of the reported daily spot price of gas at either, Dawn, Parkway, Niagara,

Iroquois or Chicago in the month of or the month following the month in which the overrun occurred plus 25% for all usage on any day in excess of 102% of Union's contractual obligation.

(D)

(E)

Terms of Service

The General Terms & Conditions applicable to this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the attached Schedule "A" for contracts in effect before October 1,2010. The General Terms

&

Conditions applicable to this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the attached Schedule "A 2010" for contracts in effect on or after October 1, 2010.

Nominations

Nominations under this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the attached Schedule "8" for contracts in effect before

October 1,2010. Nominations under this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the attached Schedule "B 2010" for contracts in effect on or after October 1, 2010.

(F) Receipt and Delivery Points and Pressures

Receipt and Delivery Points and Pressures under this rate schedule shall be in accordance with Schedule "C 2010" for contracts in effect on or after October 1, 2010.

Effective January 1, 2011

O.E.B. ORDER # EB-2010-0148

Supersedes EB-2010-0265 Rate Schedule effective October 1, 2010.

Chatham, Ontario

Effective

201 1-01-01

Rate

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TRANSPORTATION RATES

(A) Applicability

The charges under this schedule shall be applicable to a Shipper who enters into a Transportation Service Contract wi

Union.

(B)

(C)

Services

Transportation Service under this rate schedule shall be for transportation on Union's Dawn

-

Oakville facilities.

Rates

The identified rates represent maximum prices for service. These rates may change periodically. Multi-year prices may

be

negotiated, which may be higher than the identified rates.

alr

Firm Transportation (1)

Dawn to OakvilleiParkway

Dawn to Kirkwall

Parkway to Dawn

Limited Finnilnterruptible

Transportation

(1)

Dawn to Parkway

-

Maximum

Dawn Io Kirkwall- Maximum

Parkway (TCPL) to Parkway (Cons) (2)

Monthly

Demand Charge

(applied

to

dally contract demand)

RatelGJ

$2.332

$1.985 nla

Commodity and Fuel Changes

Fuel Ratio

Commodity

Charge

RatelGJ

Monthly fuel rates and ratios shall be in accordanœ with schedute 'C"

Monthly fuel rates and ratios shall be in accordanœ with schedule 'C".

Authorized Overrun

(3)

Authorized overrun rates will be payable on al1 quantities in excess of Union's obligation on any day. The overrun charges payable will be calcufated at the following rates. Overrun will be authorized at Union's sole discretion.

Transportation Overrun

Dawn Io Parkway

Dawn to Kirkwall

Parkway to Dawn

Parkway (TCPL) Ovemin

(4)

If Union supplies fuel

Commodity

Charge

RatelGJ

Commodity and Fuel Changes

Comrnodity

Fuel Ratio Charge

AND

Monthly fuel rates and ratios shall be in accordanœ with schedule

"C".

nia

RatelGJ

$0.077

$0.065

$0.077 nla

Effective

2011-01-01

Rate

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(C)

(D)

Rates (Cont'd)

Unauthorized Overrun

Authorized Overrun rates witl be payable on al1 quantities up to

2% in excess of Union's contractual obligation.

The Unauthorized Overrun shall be the higher of the reported daily spot price of gas at either Dawn, Parkway, Niagara or

Iroquois in the month of or the month following the month in which the overrun occurred plus

25% for al1 usage on any day in excess of 102% of Union's contractual obligation.

Nomination Variances

Where Union and the shipper have entered into a Limited Balancing Agreement ("LBA"), the rate for unauthorized parking or drafting which results from nomination variances shall equal the "Balancing Fee" rate as described under Article M I 1 of

TransCanada Pipelines Transportation Tariff.

Notes for Section (C) Rates:

(1) The annual transportation commodity charge is calculated by application of the YCRR Formula, as per Section (D). The annual transportation fuel required is calculated by application of the YCR Formula, as per Section (D).

(2)

This rate is for westerly transportation within the Parkway yard, from Parkway (TCPL) to Parkway (Cons) or Lisgar.

(3) For purposes of applying the YCRR Formula or YCR Formula (Section (D)) to transportation overrun quantities, the transportation commodity revenue will be deemed to be equal to the commodity charge of the applicable service as detailed in Section

(B).

(4)

This ratio will be applied to al1 gas quantities for which Union is obligated to deliver to Parkway (Cons) or Lisgar and has agreed to deliver to Parkway (TCPL) on an interruptible basis, This will be in addition to any rate or ratio paid for transportation easterly to Parkway (Cons) or Lisgar.

(5) A demand charge of $0.6901GJldaylmonth will be applicable for customers contracting for firm al1 day transportation service in addition to the demand charges appearing on this schedule for firm transportation service to either Kirkwall or

Parkway

Transportation Commodity

The annual fuel charge in kind or in dollars for transporiation service in any contract year shall

be

equal to the sum of the application of the following equation applied monthly for the 12 rnonths April through March (The "YCRR" or 'YCR" Formula),

An appropriate adjustment in the fuel charges will be made in May for the previous 12 months ending March 315' to obtain the annual fuel charges as calculated using the applicable "YCRR or "CR" Formula. At Union's sole discretion Union may make more frequent adjustments than once per year. The YCRR and YCR adjustments must be paidlremitted tolfrom

Shippers at Dawn within one billing cycle after invoicing.

Effective

2011-02-01

Rate M l 2

Paae 3 of 5

YCR

=

Transportation Commodity (Cont'd)

4

1

[(0.003280

X

(QTI + QT3)) + (DSFx(QT1 + QT3))

+

FST] For June 1 to Sept. 30 plus

12

5

[(0.003280 x (QTI + Q3)) + (DWFxQTI) + Fwr] For Oct. 1 to May 31

YCRR

=

4

1

((0.003280 x (QTI

+

QT3)) + (DSFx(QT1 + QT3)) + Fsr]xR For June 1 to Sept. 30 plus

12

1

[(0.003280 x (QTI

+

Q3))

+

(DWFxQT1)t Fwr]xR For Oct. 1 to May 31

E

where:

DSF

=

DWF

=

0.00000 for Dawn summer fuel requirements

0.0020 for Dawn winter fuel requirements in which:

YCR Yearly Commodity Required

The sum of 12 separate monthly calculations of Commodity Quantities required for the period from April through March,

YCRR Yearly Commodity Revenue Required

QT1

The sum of 12 separate monthly calculations of Commodity Revenue required for the period April through March.

Monthly quantities in GJ transported easterly hereunder received at Dawn at not less than 4 850 kPa but less than 5 860 kPa (compression required at Dawn).

QT3

Monthly quantities in GJ transported westerly hereunder received at the Parkway (Oakville) Delivery Point.

FWT The individual Shipper's monthly share of compressor fuel used in GJ which was required at Union's Lobo, Bright, Trafalgar and

Parkway Compressor Stations ("Lobo", "Bright", "Trafalgar" and "Parkway") to transport the same Shipper's QTI monthly quantities easterly.

Lobo, Bright, Trafalgar and Parkway compressor fuel required by each Shipper will be calculated each rnonth.

The monthly Lobo and Bright compressor fuel will be allocated to each Shipper in the same proportion as the Shipper's monthly quantities transported is to the monthly transported quantity for al1 users including Union.

The monthly Parkway and Trafalgar compressor kiel used will be allocated to each Shipper in the sarne proportion as the

Effective

201 1-01-01

Rate

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(D) Transportation Commodity (Cont'd) monthly quantity transported to Parkway (TCPL) for each user is to the total monthly quantity transported for al1 users including

Union.

FST The individual Shipper's rnonthly share of cornpressor fuel used in GJ which was required at Union's Lobo, Bright, Trafalgar and

Parkway cornpressor stations to transport the same Shipper's quantity on the Trafalgar system.

Lobo, Bright, Trafalgar and Parkway cornpressor fuel required by each Shipper will be calculated each rnonth.

R Union's weighted average cost of gas in $lGJ.

Notes

(i)

In the case of Easterly flow, direct delivenes by TCPL at Parkway to Union or on behalf of Union to Union's Transportation

Shippers will be allocated to supply Union's markets on the Dawn-OakvillelParkway facilities starting at Parkway and proceeding westerly to successive laterals until exhausted.

(E)

Provision for Cornpressor Fuel

For a Shipper that has elected to provide its own cornpressor fuel.

Transportation Fuel

On a daily basis, the Shipper will provide Union at the delivery point and delivery pressure as specified in the contract, a quantity (the "Transportation Fuel Quantity") representing the Shipper's share of compressor fuel and unaccounted for gas for transportation service on Union's system.

The Transportation Fuel Quantity will be determined on a daily basis, as follows:

Transportation Fuel Quantity = Transportation Quantity x Transportation Fuel Ratio.

(F)

In the event that the actual quantity of fuel supplied by the Shipper was different from the actual fuel quantity as calculated using the YCR formula, an adjustment will be made in May for the previous 12 rnonths ending March 31s".

Nominations

The Shipper will be required to nominate its Transportation Fuel Quantity in addition to its normal nominations for transportation services.

Terms of Service

The General Terms & Conditions applicable to this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the attached Schedule'"A for contracts in effect before October 1, 2010. The General Terms & Conditions applicable to this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the attached Schedule "A 2010"for contracts in effect on or after October 1, 2010.

uiiongas

Effective

201 1-01-01

Rate M l 2

Pape 5 of 5

Nominations

Nominations under this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the aitached Schedule " B

October 1, 2010. Nominations under this rate schedule shall be in accordance with the attached Schedule "0

2010 for contracts in effect on or after October 1,2010.

Monthly Fuel Rates and Ratios

Monthly fuel rates and ratios under this rate schedule shall be in accordance with Schedule

"Cn.

Receipt and Delivery Points and Pressures

Receipt and Delivery Points and Pressures under this rate schedule shall be in accordance with Schedule "D 2010" for contracts in effect on or after October 1,2010.

Scheduie

"C'

UNION

GAS LlMlTED

Ml2

Monthly Transportation Fuel Ratios and Rates

Firm or lnterruptible Transportation Commodity

-

--

VT1 Easterly to Parkway (TCPL)

With Dawn Compression

Fuel Ratio

(%)

Fucl Rate

($/GJ)

Vil Easterly to Kirkwall, Lisgar,

Parkway (Consurners)

With Dawn Compression

Fuel Ratio

(%)

Fuel Rate

($/GJ)

VT3 Westeriy to Kirkwall, Dawn

Fuel Ratio

(YB)

Fuel Rate

($/GJ)

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

Month

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

Novernber

December

January

February

March

UNION GAS LlMlTED

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Monthly Transportation Authorized Overrun Fuel Ratios and Rates

Firm or lnterruptible Transportation Comrnodlty

Effective JanuaN 1. 2011

Vil

Easterly

Io Parkway (TCPL)

With Dawn Compression

Fuel Ratio Fuel Rate

VTl

Easterly to Kirkwall, Lisgar,

Parkway (Consumers)

With Dawn Compression

Fuel Ratio Fucl Rate

(%)

1.368

1.228

0.933

0.933

0.933

0.952

1.302

($IGJ)

O.

144

0.135

0.119

0.119

O . i l 9

O 121

0.140

1.370

1.555

1.681

1.596

1.458

0.145

0.155

0.161

O. 156

0.149

V13 Wcstcrly to Kirkwall, Dawn

Fuel Ratio Fuel Rate

File OF-Tolls-Group1-T211-2010-03 01

3 September 2010

Mr. Murray Sondergard

Director, Regulatory Services

TransCanada PipeLines Limited

450 – 1 st

Street SW

Calgary, AB T2P 5H1

Facsimile 403-920-2409

Dear Mr. Sondergard:

TransCanada PipeLines Limited (TransCanada) - Union Dawn Receipt Point

Surcharge Application

On 13 August 2010, TransCanada filed an application with the National Energy Board

• requesting approval of:

• the methodology for establishing the recovery of the cost of the Union Gas Service Contract and the associated fuel requirement; the creation of the Union Dawn Receipt Point Surcharge Deferral Account; the resulting amendments to the Tariff; and the resulting amendments to the Mainline Toll Design Schedules, including the level of the

Union Dawn Receipt Point Surcharge, effective 1 November 2010.

The Board notes the application was supported by unopposed Tolls Task Force Resolution

01.2010: Dawn to Dawn (TCPL) Service (User Pay).

The Board has examined TransCanada’s application and approves the application as filed.

TransCanada is directed to serve a copy of this letter on its Tolls Task Force Members, its

Mainline shippers, and other interested persons.

Yours truly,

Anne-Marie Erickson

Secretary of the Board

t

Transportation Tolls

Final Tolls effective January 1, 2010

2010 Mainline Final Tolls

Revised for Union Dawn Receipt Surcharge

Effective Nov. 1, 2010

Toll Design

Schedule 5.1

Sheet 2 of 2

Energy Deficient Gas Allowance (EDGA) Service

Line

No

1

Particulars

Western Section

Capacity Charge

($/GJ)

1.3611

2 Eastern Section 0.2196

Note: The terms and conditions of the EDGA Service are established in Tolls Task Force Resolution 08.2009 as approved by the National Energy Board in 2009.

The EDGA Service capacity charge for the Western Section is the effective Empress to North Bay Junction 100% LF FT Toll and the capacity charge for the Eastern Section is the effective Parkway to North Bay Junction 100% LF FT Toll.

The EDGA Service fuel charge for the Western Section includes the effective Empress to North Bay Junction monthly fuel ratio and the fuel charge for the Eastern Section includes the effective Parkway to North Bay Junction monthly fuel ratio.

Short Notice Balancing (SNB) Service

Line

No.

Particulars

(a)

Toll

($/GJ/Month)

(b)

3 SNB Toll 2.76168

East/West Differential

Line

No.

4

5

Particulars

(a)

Calculation of Short Term Firm Transportation East/West Differential

Calculation of Interruptible Transportation East/West Differential

Firm Transportation - Short Notice

Line

No Particulars

(a)

Canadian Firm Transportation

6

7

8

Parkway to Victoria Square #2 CDA

Parkway to Goreway - CDA

Kirkwall to Thorold - CDA

System Average Unit Cost of Transportation

Line

No Particulars

(a)

9

10

11

Fixed Energy - ($/GJ)

Transmission - Variable - ($/GJ-km)

Transmission - Fixed - ($/GJ-km)

Demand Toll

($/GJ/mo)

(b)

2.23781

1.65788

2.76691

Functionalized

($000's)

(b)

Commodity Toll

($/GJ)

(c)

0.00152

0.00067

0.00228

Applicable

Allocation Units

(GJ)

(c)

68,487

39,693

1,227,319

5,254,942

1,835,810,255,849

6,861,652,569

Toll

($/GJ)

(b)

0.777

0.297

100% LF FT-SN Toll

($/GJ)

(d)

0.0751

0.0552

0.0932

Unit Costs

(d)

13.0329120071

0.0000216213

0.1788663617

Union Dawn Receipt Point Surcharge

*(2)

Line

No Particulars

(a)

12 Union Dawn Receipt Point Surcharge

*(2) Toll effective November 1, 2010

Demand Toll

($/GJ/mo)

(b)

0.08619

Commodity Toll

($/GJ)

(c)

0.00000

Daily Equivalent

($/GJ)

(d)

0.00283

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