Gas Supply and Distribution - UK - March 2015
Gas Supply and Distribution - UK - March 2015

“Ofgem has adopted a new regulatory framework for the current price control period for gas distribution and transmission networks, known as the RIIO model. A key element of the RIIO approach is that it gives greater focus to incentives and innovation than the previous regulatory regime. This means new technologies and innovation play a more pivotal role in the efficient operation of the infrastructure network and in achieving operational cost ...

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Overview

Overview

This report provides in-depth analysis and insight supported by a range of data. At the same time, introductory and top-level content is provided to give you an overview of the issues covered.

Executive Summary
Key Insights
UK Economy

Market

Market

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Market Positioning
Market Factors
UK Gas Demand and Supply
Gas Transmission and Distribution Capital Expenditure
Forecast Capital Expenditure
Future Gas Demand

Brand/Company

Brand/Company

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Structure of the Gas Distribution Industry
National Grid Gas
Northern Gas Networks
Scotland Gas Networks
Southern Gas Networks
Wales and West Utilities
Gas Supply Industry
Centrica/British Gas Trading
EDF Energy
RWE Npower
E.ON Energy
ScottishPower Energy Retail
Sse
Ecotricity Group
First Utility
Good Energy Group

Data

Data

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Further Sources and Contacts