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Enbridge | Croton on Hudson, New York
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Job Description

Req #: 39081

Business Unit: Gas Distribution 
Position Type: Regular Full-Time Employee Position 

Posting Closing Date: July 6, 2017


WE= teamwork at work

We didn’t get to be a leader in energy delivery or ranked on the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations index on our own. We did it in partnership with outstanding individuals who work together as a team to help fuel the quality of people’s lives. People like you. And now we’re looking for just such an individual to join our team. 


Life Takes Energy.

Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc. has a more than 165-year history and is Canada’s largest natural gas distribution company. It is owned by Enbridge Inc., a Canadian-based leader in energy transportation and distribution. Enbridge Inc. has been selected as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for 2016 and one of the Ten Best Companies to Work for 2016. Enbridge Gas Distribution and its affiliates distribute natural gas to more than two million customers in Ontario, Quebec, New York State and New Brunswick.

For more information, visit www.enbridgegas.com or follow us on Twitter @EnbridgeGasNews. Life Takes Energy.



  • Coordinate the development and implementation of regulatory strategies for Ontario Energy Board, National Energy Board, and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission initiatives involving the Energy Supply and Storage department.  This includes, the research and preparation of written evidence, the development of interrogatory requests and responses, the development of arguments, providing oral testimony as a company witness, coordinating activates with Regulatory Affairs, and providing periodic departmental status updates.
  • Represent EGD on TransCanada PipeLines Limited’s Tolls Task Force Committee and coordinate all activities related to EGD’s participation on the committee.
  • Research, monitor, and assess regulatory developments and trends within the North American natural gas industry that that may impact current and future natural gas supply, transportation, and storage assets utilized by EGD through periodic reviews of relevant provincial, national, and federal regulatory proceedings and related industry publications.  Document and communicate key findings in a manner that is appropriate for the subject matter and impacted stakeholders.
  • Maintain a current and detailed understanding of peak day, seasonal and annual demand forecasting methodologies use in the development of gas supply plans including procedures and Ontario Energy Board design criteria used in modeling assumptions.  Assist in the assessment of demand forecast results for accuracy, reasonableness, and consistency with regulatory commitments prior to recommendations being submitted to management for approval. 
  • Maintain a current and detailed understanding of annual gas supply planning procedures which include the development of an optimal portfolio of natural gas supply, transportation, and storage assets required to meet forecasted peak day, seasonal, and annual demand.  Ensure that regulatory commitments are communicated to appropriate staff so that modeling assumptions in computer based modeling programs (such as SENDOUT) are current and accurate.  Assist in the assessment of proposed gas supply plans for accuracy and reasonableness and ensure that regulatory considerations are defendable prior to submitting recommendations to management for approval.
  • Maintain a current and detailed understanding of how gas costs resulting from gas supply planning are derived and allocated through Ontario Energy Board approved cost allocation methodologies.  Assist in the assessment of gas costs for accuracy and reasonableness and ensure that regulatory considerations are defendable prior to submitting recommendations to management for approval.
  • Provide regulatory oversight for EGD and affiliate initiatives related to gas supply and gas costs initiatives such as estimating gas cost savings that resulting from demand reductions as a result of Demand Side Management (“DSM”) savings.  Document the required information in an appropriate format which may include memorandums, presentations, spreadsheets, and regulatory evidence. 
  • Maintain a current and detailed understanding of tolling principles and methodologies utilized by upstream transportation providers such as TransCanada PipeLines Limited.  Lead the development and maintenance of models that can be used to conduct scenario analysis of various tolling mechanisms that can be used to inform EGD’s position with respect services provided by upstream transportation providers.
  • Maintain a current and detailed understanding of Carbon Markets and Ontario’s Cap & Trade program.  Provide input into development of evidence, IR responses and where required participate in regulatory hearings as a Company witness.
  • Participate on the Energy Supply and Storage Operational Planning (“ESSOP”) committee to support the execution of EGD’s gas supply plan as a subject matter expert on regulatory commitments made by EGD and to ensure that committee decisions and documentation meets regulatory standards.
  • Provide support as required for initiatives within Energy Supply and Policy.



  • A minimum of post-secondary education related to business administration, economics, mathematics, or comparable field of education.  Excellent research and written skills.
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in the natural gas industry with a focus on regulation in addition to experience in gas supply planning, upstream utility operations, upstream asset procurement, and/or upstream asset optimization.
  • Working knowledge of provincial and/or national regulatory processes within the natural gas industry and ability to testify as a company witness.
  • Demonstrated ability to make sound contributions in a collaborative working environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to review and evaluate significant amounts of complex information for completeness and accuracy.
  • Highly developed skills in oral and written communication, strategy development, and project management.
  • Ability to present complex concepts in a simple, organized, logical and professional manner using a variety of media including memorandums, presentations, spreadsheets, and written documents.
  • Ability to manage competing priorities and work towards multiple firm timelines.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills and consultative work processes.
  • Highly developed skills in the use of standard computer software including the use of advanced functions in Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Share our core values of Integrity, Safety and Respect.


Safety Critical Position: No 
Additional Posting Locations:  
Industry: Energy, Oil & Gas 

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