ANR's broad array of competitively priced services is both customer- and
market-responsive and provides the flexibility needed for today's
competitive natural gas marketplace.
With six (6) firm and two (2) interruptible transportation
options, a no-notice service, a market balancing service, park and lend, wheeling and storage
options, ANR is setting new standards in natural gas services.
ANR's flexible and reliable service portfolio includes:
- ETS -A firm enhanced transportation service that provides customers with delivery point aggregation and some hourly swing flexibility.
- FTS-1 -A firm transportation service in which ANR receives your gas supply at the primary receipt point and delivers it to your primary delivery point up to the ANR contract maximum daily quantity for that primary route.
- FTS-2 -This firm transportation service provides the same delivery services as FTS-1 but carries some risk of interruption for 10 days during a month.
- FTS-3 -A firm transportation service that is specifically tailored to meet the needs of the power generation market. This service provides shippers with greater flexibility such as daily entitlements delivered at hourly flow levels, shorter notice periods for start-up and shutdown, and greater daily and monthly tolerances.
- FTS-4 and FTS-4L—Firm transportation services that are linked to each other. Firm capacity created as a result of FTS-4, is sold as FTS-4L. FTS-4 has a minimum flow requirement and is required to nominate quantities of gas whenever an FTS-4L shipper submits a nomination under its contract.
- IPLS—This service is designed to allow customers,
on a temporary basis, to advance gas to (park) or borrow gas from (lend)
ANR. ANR is currently offering this service at numerous points on its
system including the Southeast and Southwest Headstations and at the
Joliet and Lebanon Hub points.
- ITS—An interruptible transportation service
that gives you the flexibility to have your gas picked up at any receipt
point and redelivered to any delivery point on the ANR system.
- ITS-3—An interruptible transportation service
that is tailored to meet the needs of the power generation market. This
service provides shippers with greater flexibility such as daily entitlements
delivered at hourly flow levels, shorter notice periods for start-up
and shutdown, and greater daily and monthly tolerances.
- IWS—This service is offered at ANR’s
Joliet and Lebanon Hubs. It is comprised of short-haul interruptible
transportation (wheeling) to and from points located between ANR’s
Sandwich, ILL and Crown Point, Ind/Nipsco interconnection (Joliet Hub)
or along ANR’s Lebanon, Ohio lateral.
- NNS—ANR's premium no-notice service that allows a shipper to meet unforecasted
and, therefore, unnominated changes in demand requirements. NNS acts as
an "umbrella" for other services covering storage and related
transportation contracts between storage and the shipper's city gate.
Customers can designate a sequencing to balance storage inventory with
- PTS-1—A feeder pooling transportation service, PTS-1
allows you to aggregate gas from various points within a supply area
and have it
into downstream firm or interruptible transportation contracts at the
pooling headstation (Greensburg, KS, or Eunice,LA).
- PTS-2—A firm pooling
transportation service, PTS-2 allows you to aggregate gas from various
points within a supply area and have it delivered to a
- PTS-3—An interruptible pooling transportation service that allows
you to aggregate gas from various points within a supply area and have
to a pooling headstation.
For more information, call 1-800-8-ASK-ANR
- FSS-A firm storage service, ANR can custom design a product to meet your unique service needs. From seasonal to annual, ratcheted to unratcheted, ANR’s storage services offer you unparalleled reliability and flexibility.
- DDS-This interruptible deferred delivery storage service provides you with the flexibility to store and retrieve your gas supply, as needed.
- MBS—This interruptible market-balancing service is designed to eliminate imbalances on ANR and at your local distribution company. This is possible because deliveries are allocated on your actual usage.