Independent Gas Transporters

Independent Gas Transporters (IGTs) develop, operate and maintain local gas transportation networks/

IGT networks are directly connected to the Gas Distribution Network (GDN) via a Connected System Entry Point or indirectly to the GDN via another IGT. Although domestic, industrial and commercial premises are connected to IGT networks, new housing and commercial developments form the largest share of the IGT market.  It is estimated that the number of consumers connected to IGT networks is around one million.

There are nine IGTs that are currently operating networks:

We regulate the amounts that IGTs can charge their customers for using their networks via a ‘Relative Price Control’ (RPC). This requires IGT charges to be capped for all new customers at a level broadly consistent with the GDN equivalent charge. For those sites that pre-date RPC (legacy sites), IGTs will continue to charge under the legacy arrangements until they migrate into RPC.

More information on Independent Gas transporters can be found on the website of the Association of Independent Gas Transporters.

Publications and updates

  • Published: 19th Dec 2018
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
Decision on Murphy Gas Network’s Statements produced in accordance with the requirements of Standard Licence Conditions 4 and 4B of the Gas Transporter Licence.

  • Published: 14th Dec 2018
  • Open letters and correspondence
  • 1 Associated documents
Publication of the changes in the relevant Gas Transporters’ single supply point charge and Retail Price Index, from 1 January 2019

  • Published: 12th Feb 2018
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
Notice to modify the licence granted to Murphy Gas Networks Limited so that it activates the iGT Relative Price Control.

  • Published: 24th Nov 2017
  • Open letters and correspondence
  • 1 Associated documents
Publication of the weighted single supply point charge (wSSP) and Retail Prices Index (RPI) for Independent Gas Transporters to adjust their charges.

  • Published: 18th Nov 2016
  • Open letters and correspondence
  • 1 Associated documents
We have published the percentage change in the weighted average of the relevant gas (wSSP) and Retail Prices Index (RPI) so that Independent Gas Transporters’ (IGTs) can adjust their charges for 1 January 2017.

  • Published: 11th Dec 2015
  • Closed: 22nd Jan 2016
  • Consultations and responses
  • 6 Associated documents
We are proposing changes to the Disapplication Conditions of Independent Gas Transporter and Independent Distribution Network Operator licences following changes introduced by the Third Package Regulations

  • Published: 11th Dec 2015
  • Decisions
  • 0 Associated documents
Following our consultations in February and July 2015 we have decided to consult further on amending the disapplication conditions of Independent Gas Transporter and Independent Distribution Network Operator licences.

  • Published: 10th Dec 2015
  • Open letters and correspondence
  • 1 Associated documents
We recently published the changes in the relevant Gas Transporters’ single supply point charge and Retail Price Index. This letter sets out the revised charges which Independent Gas Transporters will apply to their January billing cycle.

  • Published: 2nd Dec 2015
  • Open letters and correspondence
  • 1 Associated documents
The Independent Gas Transporters’ licences set out arrangements for determining the max. charge that licensees may levy on premises subject to the Relative Price Control regime.

  • Published: 27th Jul 2015
  • Decisions
  • 2 Associated documents
These modifications will facilitate relative price control arrangements for Energy Assets Pipelines Limited and put its licence into the same form as those held by other independent gas transporters.

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