This contract covers supply of natural gas for large sites (Tariff D - sites consuming more than 10,000GJ per year of natural gas).
Lead agency: Department of Government Services
Conditions of use: Mandatory
Contract reference number: SS-02-2018
Arrangement type: Sole supplier
Start date: 1 October 2018
End date: 30 September 2023
Key benefits of this contract are:
- secure and reliable supply of natural gas to Victorian Government large sites
- negotiated future tariffs
- cost-efficient energy in a volatile wholesale market
- the ability to add new sites, subject to conditions.
The supply of natural gas for large sites consuming more than 10,000GJ per year (Tariff D).
Use of this contract is not limited to sites agreed in the contract. New sites can be added to the contract under conditions agreed with the category manager and the supplier.
Participating Tariff D sites are subject to volume-based gas commodity and regulated delivery charges. Any additional Tariff D sites applying to roll into this contract will be considered individually by the category manager and the supplier, since the tariff is demand-based and cannot be determined in advance what the result of participation will be.
This contract is a sole supplier arrangement with Red Energy.
Red Energy Pty Ltd
Red Energy: 60 107 479 372
Address: 570 Church Street, Cremorne, VIC 3121
Customer Support Phone: 1300 322 057
Customer Support Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How buyers join this contract
Buyers need to request access to the confidential information system to join this contract.
How buyers use this contract
See About goods and services contracts to understand which Agencies must use this contract and which entities may be eligible to use this contract.
To determine eligibility, contact the Energy team.
Step 1: Seek internal approval
Check to see if internal approval is required to use this contract.
Step 2: Complete the roll in form
Complete the roll in form based on the site’s annual consumption. Site connection must align with the contracted supplier based on estimated or historical consumption.
Step 3: Submit the roll-in form and confirm eligibility
Email the roll in form to the large sites natural gas team. The category manager will will review the form and confirm the entities eligibility.
If approved, the category manager will send the roll in form to the supplier and notify the buyer.
Step 4: Supplier to contact approved Agency
Allow up to 10 business days from submission of the roll in form for the supplier to provide connection to the site. The supplier will confirm to the buyer when connection has been established.
Reviewed 16 May 2023