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Transportation Customer Rates

We offer natural gas transportation services on many of our local distribution and mainline pipelines. If you subscribe to transportation services, you’ll need to obtain your natural gas supply and manage your daily activities on our pipelines. We also offer market center and storage services on certain mainline systems.

Tariffs

A tariff is a group of schedules filed with our regulatory commissions. Tariffs contain basic rates, supplemental rates or riders, and general terms and conditions for providing utility service.

State Pipeline Tariff
Arkansas Black Hills Energy Arkansas, Inc. Download tariff
Colorado Black Hills/Colorado Gas Utility Company, LP Download tariff
Colorado Black Hills Gas Distribution, LLC Download tariff
Colorado Rocky Mountain Natural Gas LLC Download tariff
Iowa Black Hills/Iowa Gas Utility Company, LLC Download tariff
Kansas Black Hills/Kansas Gas Utility Company, LLC Download tariff
Nebraska Black Hills/Nebraska Gas Utility Company, LLC Download tariff
Nebraska Black Hills Gas Distribution, LLC d/b/a Black Hills Energy Download tariff
Wyoming Black Hills Northwest Wyoming Gas Utility Company, LLC Download tariff
Wyoming Black Hills Gas Distribution, LLC Download tariff
Wyoming Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power Company Download tariff
Wyoming Black Hills Wyoming, LLC Download tariff
Wyoming Black Hills Energy, a Division of Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power Company Download tariff
Wyoming Black Hills Shoshone Pipeline, LLC Download tariff

Filings

From time to time, we make updates to our rates and programs. The following information is to keep you up to date about the changes that apply to transportation customers and to comply with the public utilities law.

Filing for a change in the system safety and intergity ride (“ssir”) for Rocky Mountain Natural Gas LLC

On November 1, 2018, the Company filed a request with the Public Utilities Commission of the State of Colorado that reflects a proposed change to the SSIR affecting Shippers taking service under Rate Schedules Firm Transportation Service (“FTS”).  The proposed effective date for the revision is January 1, 2019.  The advice letter requests that the Commission approve the proposed increase to the SSIR from $1.0231 to $1.1446 per Dth of Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity (MDTQ”) per monthly billing period. The Commission has assigned Proceeding No. 18AL-0771G for the Company’s filing.

The filing documents are below for your viewing.

Filing for a change in the revenue adjustment mechanism (“RAM”) for Rocky Mountain Natural Gas LLC

On November 1, 2018, the Company filed a request with the Public Utilities Commission of the State of Colorado that reflects proposed changes to the RAM-Firm Transportation Service (“RAM-FTS”) and RAM-No-Notice Storage (“RAM-NNS”) affecting On-System Shippers taking service under Rate Schedules Firm Transportation Service (“FTS”) and No-Notice Storage Transportation Service “(NNS”), respectively.  The proposed effective date for the revisions is January 1, 2019.  The advice letter requests that the Commission approve the proposed reduction to the RAM-FTS credit from ($1.4392) to ($0.9228) per Dth of Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity (MDTQ”) per monthly billing period and to increase the RAM-NNS credit from ($0.1448) to ($0.8777) per Dth of Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity (“MDWQ”) per monthly billing period.

The Commission has assigned Proceeding No. 18AL-0762G to the Company’s filing.

The filing documents are below for your viewing.