Why Natural Gas Prices Are So High

Natural gas prices have surged to their highest prices in years. The one-year outlook for gas prices is $5.75 to $6.25, which are some of the highest prices seen since February 2014. There are a few reasons for this price increase. Natural gas production has decreased...
Buyer Beware – Caveat Emptor

Buyer Beware – Caveat Emptor

Comparing prices, services, and contracts is your right and responsibility as a signing officer. As a co-operative, we want to provide you with the assistance and information you need to manage your energy costs. That is why our pricing details show you how we arrive...
Introducing Our New Logo!

Introducing Our New Logo!

Big news! We are excited to announce that in September we are rebranding with a new logo and colour scheme as part of the ongoing evolution of our company’s brand. Our business has grown over the last 33 years and we felt it was time for a refreshed look to reflect...
Congratulations to the New OFA President

Congratulations to the New OFA President

Congratulations to the Ontario Farming Association’s newest president Peggy Brekveld! Peggy Brekveld has been elected as OFA’s 32nd President and the third female President in the organization’s history. Excerpt from the OFA Press Release: Peggy is a northern Ontario...
Federal Carbon Charge Increasing April 1

Federal Carbon Charge Increasing April 1

Effective April 1, 2020, the federal carbon charge for natural gas will increase from 3.91 ¢/m³ to 5.87 ¢/m³. The federal carbon charge rates are established in the federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Act and are set to increase every year until 2022. You can see the...