About Union Gas

About
Union Gas

We’ve been a community partner
for more than a century

Union Gas has been part of the fabric of life in Ontario for more than 100 years. We’re committed to building and maintaining safe and reliable natural gas infrastructure, supplying affordable energy and delivering superior customer service.

We Are Here

Almost everywhere you look, We Are Here. Watch our story to see just some of the many ways the energy we deliver is part of the fabric of life in Ontario.

Union Gas by the numbers

  • 100+ years of experience delivering natural gas, safely and reliably
  • 1.5 million customers in more than 400 communities across Ontario
  • 20,000 new customers every year
  • 2,300 talented employees
  • Enbridge named as Top 100 Employer for 12th straight year, the first as combined company with Union Gas. Check out the story of Union Gas on our OurStoriesTold.ca site.
  • Over 70,000 km of pipeline
  • $8.2 billion in assets

We know safety is top of mind for you. It is for us too.

The safety of our communities and our employees is our top priority.

  • We’ve operated safely in Ontario for more than 100 years, and have won numerous industry safety awards
  • Our pipelines and facilities are designed, built and maintained using strict safety standards and well-established best practices
  • We monitor our natural gas system 24/7
  • We employ highly trained industry experts
  • We support ongoing public safety awareness programs

We give back to our communities

We live and work in more than 400 communities across Ontario and strive to be a good neighbour in each one. Every year, we:

  • Give more than $3 million in grants to charitable and non-profit organizations
  • Raise close to $1 million for United Way
  • Support more than 300 employee-led community improvement projects
  • Donate about 19,500 employee volunteer hours
  • Offer over $900,000 to help low-income families pay their energy bills

What being regulated means for us
and for your community

We’re a regulated natural gas utility. That means the Ontario Energy Board (OEB)—an independent provincial agency—regulates and approves our rates and new projects through a public process to ensure a safe and reliable system for Ontarians. Before we can bring natural gas to your community, the OEB would need to review and approve the project.