Our subsidiaries

Gaz Métro directly or indirectly owns a number of subsidiaries that allow it to pursue a diverse range of activities, from power generation to installation services, in Québec, Canada and the United States.
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Gaz Métro Plus, a subsidiary of Gaz Métro, is a leader in energy products and services. It offers a range of products and services to meet customer demand for the installation, sale, rental, repair and maintenance of natural gas equipment. Gaz Métro Plus is also active in the residential, commercial and institutional markets.
Gaz Métro LNG is a subsidiary of Gaz Métro that was created to respond to the current and anticipated growth in demand in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market. The role of Gaz Métro LNG is to structure the supply of LNG and to ensure the liquefaction capacity of the Gaz Métro LSR plant in east Montréal, and of the plant to be built by Gaz Métro LNG for markets using natural gas as fuel instead of petroleum. Through LNG, it will also meet the natural gas demand of industries in regions that are distant from the gas network, depending on their needs and distance from the network, as well as offer LNG supply solutions by truck or ship.

A recognized leader in natural gas for vehicles in Eastern Canada and the Northeastern U.S., Gaz Métro Transport Solutions (GMTS) offers integrated liquefied natural gas (LNG) refuelling services to the industrial, as well as the road, rail and maritime transportation sectors. The company designs and builds turn-key compressed and liquefied natural gas refuelling stations. It also rents stations, according to the personalized needs of its customers.

A subsidiary of Gaz Métro, GMTS services private and public liquefied natural gas (LNG) stations, as well as offering a rental service for cryogenic tanks and a logistical LNG delivery service for its customers.
Gaz Métro Energy Solutions is a Gaz Métro subsidiary created in the third quarter of 2015 to ensure, among other things, LNG storage, treatment and regasification to meet the peak energy needs of the TransCanada Energy power plant in Bécancour and similar projects.
Vermont Gas Systems (VGS), a subsidiary of Gaz Métro, owns and operates a natural gas transportation and distribution network of over 1,300 km in Vermont, United States. VGS is the sole gas distributor in Vermont, serving close to 50,000 mainly residential and commercial customers. VGS procures its natural gas from Western Canada and Dawn, in Ontario. The natural gas is transported and delivered via the TCPL network to its main pipeline, located on the Canada-Vermont border.
Green Mountain Power (GMP), a subsidiary of Gaz Métro, is the largest electricity distributor in Vermont, serving over 70% of the market and more than 260,000 customers. GMP’s core business includes the distribution, transportation, generation, purchase and sale of electricity in Vermont and, to a minor degree, electricity transportation in New Hampshire and electricity generation in the states of New York, Maine and Connecticut. The GMP network comprises over 1,500 km of overhead transmission lines, 18,000 km of overhead distribution lines and 1,600 km of underground distribution lines, located mainly in Vermont but also extending to New Hampshire and New York. 
Gaz Métro holds a 50% interest in TQM, which operates a gas pipeline in Québec that connects upstream with that of TCPL and downstream with that of PNGTS and the Gaz Métro network. Its activities are regulated by the NEB.
Champion, a wholly owned subsidiary of Gaz Métro, operates two pipelines that cross the Ontario border and supply Gaz Métro’s distribution system in northwestern Québec. Champion’s activities are regulated by the NEB with respect to revenue determination, tolls, construction and the operation of its network.
Gaz Métro also owns a 38.3% interest in the PNGTS pipeline, which starts at the Québec border and extends to the suburbs of Boston. PNGTS’s activities are regulated by the FERC.
Gaz Métro owns an interest in Intragaz, whose main activity is underground natural gas storage. This activity fits within Gaz Métro’s overall mission, as natural gas storage is an integral part of its supply chain. The respective ownership interests of Gaz Métro and ENGIE (formerly GDF SUEZ), the other co-owner of Intragaz, range from 40% to 60% depending on the entities that make up Intragaz.

Intragaz operates the only two underground natural gas storage facilities in Québec in Gaz Métro’s service area, and Gaz Métro is also Intragaz’s only customer. Its rates are approved by the Régie and established on a cost-of-service basis.
CCUM, an equal-share joint venture of Gaz Métro and Dalkia Canada Inc., owns and operates three distinct steam, hot water and cold water networks used to heat and cool commercial buildings. Its 3-kilometre network serves 1.8 million square metres of varied facilities and meets the energy needs of one third of the commercial space in downtown Montréal.
Wind Farms 2 and 3 is an equal-share joint venture of Boralex and Beaupré Éole, which is, in turn, 51% indirectly-owned by Gaz Métro and 49% by Valener. The core business of this joint venture consists in owning and operating two wind farms with an installed capacity of 272 megawatts on the private lands of Seigneurie de Beaupré. These wind farms were put into commercial service in the first quarter of fiscal 2014, and all of the electricity they generate is sold to Hydro-Québec, under 20-year contracts.

Wind Farm 4 is an equal-share joint venture of Boralex and Beaupré Éole 4, itself also 51% indirectly-owned by Gaz Métro and 49% by Valener. This joint venture’s core business consists in owning and operating a wind farm with an installed capacity of 68 megawatts on the private lands of Seigneurie de Beaupré. It was put into commercial service on December 1, 2014, and all of the electricity it generates is sold to Hydro-Québec under a 20-year contract.