Published Date

TransGas is implementing new Obligation Enforcement (Inventory Balancing) mechanisms effective on November 1, 2021.  These mechanisms will enable TransGas to ensure that Shipper accounts are being maintained within acceptable tolerance ranges.  Obligation Enforcement may include:

  • Adjusting your current day nominations and acquiring more or less gas into your account;
  • Adjusting your allocations received from a Common Stream Operator to match current day nominations:
  • Purchasing or selling gas to bring your account back into tolerance: and/or
  • Cancelling title transfer(s) from your Shipper Imbalance Account at TEP prior to the end of the next day.

Upcoming Virtual Meeting

To educate you on the incoming changes, as well as discuss a few other items as we approach winter, TransGas is hosting an optional meeting, with four sessions to choose from:

  1. Wednesday, October 13, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. (SK time)
  2. Thursday, October 14, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. (SK time)
  3. Tuesday, October 19, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. (SK time)
  4. Thursday, October 21, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. (SK time)


  1. Welcome and Intro
  2. Safety Moment
  3. Shipper Inventory Balancing
    1. Obligation Enforcement
    2. Proposed 10-day roll through of Previous Monthly Balance
  4. Reliance on Interruptible transport, Curtailment Risk and Winter D-19 Interruptible Rates
  5. Nomination Deadlines (including upcoming time change)
  6. My TransGas Tips and Tricks
    1. How to Copy Nominations into next month
    2. Importance of Accurate Nominations
    3. Contracting Preparedness
    4. Trades
  7. Questions & Answers and Wrap-Up

This is a great chance to learn more, ask questions, and get to know your TransGas Team. Please let us know if you can attend.