Summit Natural Gas of Maine (SNG Maine) will provide natural gas service under these service classifications and the attached Terms and Conditions, as approved from time to time by the Maine Public Utilities Commission (“MPUC”). A copy of the company’s currently effective tariff is available at the Summit Natural Gas of Maine business office.
The following Standard Distribution Rates apply to the municipalities of Richmond, Gardiner, Farmingdale, Hallowell, Augusta, Sidney, Belgrade, Oakland, Fairfield, Waterville, Skowhegan, Norridgewock, Madison, China, Albion, Windsor, Winslow, Randolph, Cumberland, Falmouth and Yarmouth. If SNG Maine receives requests for service, or otherwise intends to provide service, outside of these municipalities, SNG Maine may: (1) file a proposal with the MPUC for rates that would apply to that service or (2) provide service pursuant to the rates and terms below. SNG Maine has no obligation to provide service pursuant to the rates and terms of its Rate Plan to any customer outside of the municipalities listed in this Paragraph. These rates are subject to annual adjustment, in accordance with the company’s MPUC-approved Rate Plan.
SNG Maine’s current Standard Distribution Rates are as follows:
|RATE CLASS||DISTRIBUTION RATES||COMMODITY RATES (CGA)||UNITS||MONTHLY CHARGE|
|Small Commercial (a commercial distribution customer with annual consumption of less than 1500 Dth)||$0.765||$0.4569||Therms||$33.65|
|Large Commercial (a commercial distribution customer with annual consumption of 1500 Dth or more)||$0.561||$0.4569||Therms||$290.64|
|Firm Transportation||Rate to be determined by Special Rate Agreement with the customer|
|Interruptible Transportation||Rate to be determined by Special Rate Agreement with the customer|
Further, Small Commercial and Large Commercial customers may elect to take transportation-only service at the same Standard Distribution Rate as for sales customers in those rate classes.
*1,500 Dth = approx. 10,714 gallons of #2 heating oil and 16,393 gallons of propane
The customer’s total rate includes the distribution rate as well as the commodity or cost of gas rate (CGA), as approved by the MPUC. Transportation only customers purchase their commodity supply from a third-party supplier.