Mainline 2021-2026 Settlement (IGUA Support Letter)
Studies and SUBMISSIONS
2020, “Clean Fuel Standard Policy Analysis”, ICF International
2019, “Concilier environnement et économie dans un contexte d’électrification et de changements climatiques, IGUA
2018, “Mémoire de l’ACIG : sur le gaz naturel renouvrable ”, IGUA
2018, “The transition toward very low carbon heavy industry in the Canadian context: Detailed technical and policy analysis and recommendations for the iron & steel, chemicals, forestry products & packaging, and base metal mining & processing sectors Phase II of the Canadian Heavy Industry Deep Decarbonization Project”, Dr. Christopher Bataille et al
2017, “Heavy Industry decarbonization- Options, Opportunities and Considerations, IGUA
2016, “The potential to decarbonize Canadian heavy industry: Technological and policy pathways for Canadian energy intense industry to thrive in a low carbon world”, Dr. Christopher Bataille et al
2015, “Cap-and-Trade Discussion Paper", ICF International
2019 IGUA Spring Seminar Program "Optimizing Gas Infrastructure for a Competitive Future"
2018 IGUA Spring Seminar Program "De-carbonization is not De-industrialization"
2017 IGUA Spring Seminar Program "Natural Gas Infrastructure and a Low Carbon Future"
Bylaws Relating to the Conduct of the Affairs of IGUA
Competition Law Compliance Policy
Webinar Series 2021
Earnscliffe, Climate Choices?
Webinar Series 2020
Macro Natural Gas Fundamental Update by Macquarie Group
“IGUA’s diligent and knowledgeable involvement in the Mainline settlement process brought the end-users’ perspective to the table and was central in gathering all shippers around a united voice, which resulted in a well-balanced agreement. The annual cost benefits from the settlement out way twenty times our IGUA membership dues.”
- Yves Seguin, Corporate Director Energy at Domtar
“IGUA was instrumental in getting the Régie de l’énergie to correct the iniquity in cost allocation between the North and South zones.” The annual saving represents more than ten times my IGUA membership”.
- Serge Laflamme, Manager Energy Procurement, Rayonier Advanced Materials
“The added costs associated with delivering at Parkway had been a long-standing issue for Sarnia based industrials. IGUA took this issue to the OEB and successfully negotiated the “Parkway Delivery Credit”, a fair solution which has saved large industrials significant dollars in transportation costs for several years.”
- Dereck Francis, Energy Procurement, Suncor Energy