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  2. Our energy saving guide. Average annual bill based on a national average usage of 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas. If you are a Shell Energy customer on the Commencement Date and you subsequently terminate your Energy Contract with us, then any discount in relation to the Charges that you were entitled to as an energy customer ...

  3. Published tariffs govern the movements and tariff charges of the companies whose tariffs are listed here. Tariffs other than those of Shell Pipeline Company LP and its operated entities which are displayed at this site are joint tariffs in which we participate that have been issued by other companies. Related links: 811, FERC, LPSC, TRRC and CPUC.

  4. Shell Energy Variable Rate Tariffs. Shell has one standard variable tariff available at the moment. Variable rates have an advantage in the form of flexibility to switch to different plans/providers. The disadvantage however is a risk of higher prices than fixed tariffs due to market fluctuations. The costs associated with this tariff can be seen here:

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  5. Want to see every tariff that we have, old and new? You’re in the right place. Just be aware that some of these tariffs are historical, and aren’t available for you to switch to anymore. Enter your postcode.

  6. Aug 03, 2022 · All the Shell Energy fixed-rate tariffs do impose exit fees if customers wish to leave before the contract is up. For the fixed tariffs, the early exit fees are £30 per fuel (£30 for electricity and £30 for gas). For the longer fixed-rate tariffs (24 months and 32 months), the Shell Energy exit fees are higher - £50 per fuel!

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